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Spa Services 


  • Eyebrow Waxing  $12
  • Lip wax $10
  • Neck wax $15
  • Underarm $25
  • Arm wrist to elbow $30
  • Feet $20
  • Half leg $50
  • Full leg $100
  • Electrolysis (Hair Removal)
    $60 per hour / $35 half hour / 10 minutes for $15 
  • Chemical Peels $50
  • Basic Facials - $50 Aloe Vera added to facial $8
    Anti-aging $75
    Vitamin C added to facial $15
    Extractions $25
  • Repêchage Sea Weed, Four Layer $60
  • Brow and Lash Tinting $25 each or both $40
  • Eye Lash Extensions:
  • Dramatic $200
    Dimensional $200
    Classic $150
    Fills $65
    Removal $75


Massage Information 

Massage is the manipulation of soft tissues in the

body. Massage techniques are commonly applied with hands, fingers,
elbows, knees, forearms, feet, or a device. The purpose of massage is

generally for the treatment of body stress or pain.


Swedish Massage

There are numerous physical benefits associated with

the use of Swedish massage: loosening tight muscles and stretching
connective tissues. relieving cramps and muscle spasms and decreasing muscle fatigue. loosening joints and improving range of motion.
increasing muscle strength. calming the nervous system. $50 for 60 minutes $70 for 90 minutes


Deep Tissue Massage

A type of massage in which the fingers, thumbs,
and elbows are used to release chronic muscle tension, using slow,
deep strokes and friction; the therapist may work perpendicularly to the
length of the fibers of the superficial muscles, with the intent of massaging
the muscle that lies underneath. $70 for 60 minutes $100 for 90 minutes


Deep Tissue Massage Therapy to Treat Rotator Cuff

Tendonitis. Deep Tissue Massage does wonders in cases of soft tissue injury. Other
than providing stimulation locally, massage therapy also encourages
the production of Anti-Stress hormones which in turn decreases pain and
discomfort. Massage therapy should not be done in cases of joint swelling.
$70 for 60 minutes $100 for 90 minutes


Prenatal Massage

Aims to relax tense muscles, ease sore spots,
improve circulation and mobility, and relieves the normal discomforts
during pregnancy. Sideline position with supportive cushions to comfort the
client. $50 for 60 minutes $70 for 90 minutes


Reflexology

Reflexology, also known as zone therapy, is an alternative
medicine involving the application of pressure to the feet and hands with
specific thumb, finger, and hand techniques without the use of oil or lotion.
It is based on a pseudoscientific system of zones and reflex areas that
purportedly reflect an image of the body on the feet and hands, with the
premise that such work affects a physical change to the body. Can be
incorporated in Swedish Massage.


Trigger Point
A trigger point is a tight area within muscle tissue that causes pain in other
parts of the body. Trigger Point Therapy is specifically designed to alleviate
the source of the pain through cycles of isolated pressure and release.
Can be incorporated in Swedish Massage.


Sports Massage

 For athletes of every kind, each therapeutic massage is
specific to your sport of choice, with a focus on a troublesome area like a knee
or shoulder.
$70 for 60 minutes $100 for 90 minutes




Hot Stone Massage: 6 Benefits of hot stone massage

  1. Helps relieve muscle tension and pain
    Heat has long been used to ease muscle tension and pain. It helps
    increase blood flow to the affected area. It may also reduce muscle
    spasms and increase flexibility and range of motion. Cold therapy
    helps relieve inflammation. Depending on your symptoms,
    alternating hot and cold stones during your massage may be helpful.
  2.  Reduces stress and anxiety
    It’s the position of the American Massage Therapy Association that
    “massage therapy can be effective for stress relief.” Research
    supports their opinion. A 2001study showed that a ten-minute
    massage improved cardiovascular responses such as stroke volume.
    A 1997 study found that 15-minute, onsite chair massages in the workplace significantly reduced stress compared to a 15-minute break without massage. 
    In a 2015 study found that people who underwent abdominal colorectal surgery had less pain, tension, and anxiety after receiving post-operative massage.
  3.  Promotes sleepLiterature from 2006 review found massage may be an alternative to sleeping pills in adults with insomnia. The research showed that back massage helped promote relaxation and sleep. A 2001 study showed that infants with sleep problems who were given a 15-minute massage by their parents went to sleep faster. They were also more alert, active, and positive upon awakening. Massage is thought to help you enjoy more restorative sleep, although it’s not completely understood why.
  4.  May help relieve symptoms of autoimmune diseases
    Hot stone massage may relieve painful conditions such as fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes widespread, chronic pain. According to a 2002 study, people with fibromyalgia who received a 30-minute massage slept longer, had fewer trigger points, and had decreased levels of substance P (a substance involved in transmitting pain signals) than people with the condition who received relaxation therapy. More research is needed, however, before massage becomes a standard fibromyalgia treatment. A 2013 study found that people with rheumatoid arthritis may benefit from a moderate-pressure massage, such as hot stone massage.  Participants in the study experienced less pain, greater grip strength, and a greater range of motion after one month of massage therapy.  
  5. May help decrease cancer symptoms A large, three-year study published in the Journal of Pain and Symptom management examined how massage affected pain, fatigue, stress and anxiety, nausea, and depression in 1,290 people with cancer. The study showed massage, especially Swedish massage, improved cancer symptoms, even in those with substantial symptoms. Researchers believe the comforting use of human touch played a role. 
  6. May boost immunity Massage may give your immune system a boost. According to a 2010 study, a single session of Swedish massage therapy had a positive and acute impact on immunity. Blood samples were taken before and after the massage showed a decrease in arginine-vasopressin, a hormone that helps regulate blood pressure and water retention. $70 for 60 minutes $100 for 90 minutes


Add Ons
Essential Oils $5
Heat Pack/Hot Towels $5
Topical Pain relievers IE Bio Freeze/Muscle Buster $5
Shea Cream $5
Sugar Scrub for Feet and Calves: 30 minutes $30
Skin Firming Hibiscus Coconut Oil $5


Services Now Available done in our Warren Salon.

Call for (586) 859-7054 for further details or
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