Signature Service: Hair, skin care and massage therapy
Brands Used: Dermalogica skin care, Bracado, AG and Paul Mitchell
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: No
Good for Kids: Yes
Q&A with Jennifer Yarnell, Massage Practitioner
What's the biggest mistake you see clients make when they style their hair at home?
Not using the right products for their hair type. Heat and style protection is one of the keys to beautiful, healthy hair.
For many people, a trip to the salon is a way to enjoy some "me time." What supplemental courtesies do you offer to make guests feel relaxed?
A quiet, friendly, and relaxing environment. We also offer a variety of complimentary non-alcoholic refreshments while our guests enjoy their stay.
What other services do you offer besides haircuts?
Color services, updos for that special event or
nights on the town, perms, relaxers, waxing, skin care and massage therapy.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
We also offer spa parties for groups of up to five.
Doctor of Chiropractic Craig Anglesey's family-minded clinic welcomes patients of all ages. Since graduating from Parker College of Chiropractic and interning at Dallas VA Medical Center, Dr. Anglesey has developed specialties in treating pediatric and geriatric conditions, as well as sports injuries. Appropriately then, he renders a wide range of services such as spinal adjustment and Graston treatments. To address other aspects of health, he and his staff also stage physical-therapy sessions, perform massage therapy, and hold nutrition-counseling sit-downs to warn against the dangers of eating a piñata whole.
Dimensions Salon keeps a talented staff on hand to tackle nearly every beauty desire. Stylists can cut hair or add length with wigs and human-hair extensions. Nail technicians incorporate massages into mani-pedis, and aestheticians combat wrinkles and acne with facials. For special occasions, the pros expertly apply makeup and eyelash extensions long enough to flag down the helicopter that's been hovering above your house.
Courtney Spear, licensed massage therapist at Spokane Wellness Massage, believes everyone can benefit from stress-reducing bodywork. To wit, she tailors her massages to meet her customers' specific needs be it injury, headaches, muscle tension, or pregnancy. She blends several modalities, including Swedish, deep-tissue, and trigger-point therapy.
The meteoric growth of Massage Envy has led to more than 800 spa locations and a healthy share of limelight from printed media buzz to promotions on
The Ellen DeGeneres Show and
The Doctors . Its experts have kneaded more than 50 million backs using modalities that range from the gliding strokes of Swedish massage to the targeted pressure of deep-tissue massage. Although the spa treats a wealth of clients, each Massage Envy session is personalized to individual needs. While indulging in prenatal, hot-stone, or trigger-point-therapy massages, clients can also request the soothing mint and rosemary essential oils of aromatherapy or the addition of warming and cooling products that help decrease inflammation and ease pain.
In addition to staffing massage therapists, the spas employ skincare experts who wield Murad products for four kinds of facials. Clients can treat sensitive skin to mild exfoliation or opt for anti-aging facials with glycolic acid before attempting to order off the kids’ menu at a diner.
Because licensed massage therapist Michelle Reid is trained in an array of bodywork modalities and kneading techniques, she can customize her treatments to the unique aches and ailments of each and every client on her table. Relaxing Swedish massages improve range of motion and boost circulation, whereas more intense deep-tissue treatments delve into the lower layers of tissue to root out chronic tension, toxins, and stampeding charley horses. Pregnancy massages pamper the bodies of mamas-to-be, and sports massages help improve athletic performance.