Below we offer some common questions and information surrounding spa and salon treatments:
What is the History of the Word Spa?
The tradition of going to a spa is centuries old. Natural springs and the therapeutic effects of their waters have attracted people since the beginning of history, according to Professor Jonathan Paul de Vierville, the author of the doctoral thesis American Healing Waters. The word “Spa” is thought to be either an acronym for the Latin Sanus Per Aqua (“health through water”) or a derivative of the verb spagere, or “to pour forth”.
What is Therapeutic Massage?
In today’s fast paced world, one of our greatest challenges is trying to balance the effects of stress in our daily lives. Negative stress accumulated over time can lead to chronic tension, anxiety and “hurry sickness”. Many of the illnesses plaguing modern society are either directly related to or greatly aggravated by excessive stress.
Therapeutic massage is the manipulating of layers of muscle and connective tissue using various techniques to enhance function, aid in the healing process, decrease muscle reflex activity, inhibit motor-neuron functionality, promote relaxation and well-being and alleviate stress.
What are the Benefits of Therapeutic Massage?
Therapeutic massage helps restore balance and systemic function by triggering the relaxation response. Massage also relieves many mental and physical problems caused by prolonged stress.
Can I Get a Massage During Pregnancy?
Generally, it is safe to get a massage during pregnancy and very beneficial to your body and your baby. It can help minimize stress, promote relaxation and prepare the muscles for childbirth. In addition, specific techniques and manipulations designed to increase circulation, oxygen and nutrient levels in the blood can help relieve common pregnancy symptoms including swelling of the hands and feet, headaches, calf cramps, insomnia, sciatic pain and sinus congestion.
It is recommended that you consult with your primary health care provider or obstetrician prior to receiving a pregnancy massage. Pregnancy massage may not be safe if you are experiencing or diagnosed with heavy vaginal discharge, pre-eclampsia, diabetes, high blood pressure, contagious illnesses, morning sickness, fever, abdominal pain, vomiting/diarrhea, any malignant conditions or unusual pain.
What Are the Benefits of Post-Partum Massage?
Post-partum massage helps restore your muscles to healthy, pre-pregnancy status.
Are Teen Acne Peels Effective?
At Skin Deep Salon and Spa, we understand the discomfort, frustration and self-consciousness that can accompany an outbreak of teen acne and we offer effective solutions.
We have developed customized treatment plans designed to soothe, balance and ultimately heal the skin without unsightly scars and untimely breakouts. Our expert treatments and estheticians promise a marked improvement within a few weeks, allowing your healthy skin to shine, with confidence!