Best of Washtenaw 2017 – Looking Good, Feeling Good

. June 1, 2017.
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Clean up with a haircut from Pura Vida and mani/pedi at Diva. Get fit doing yoga at Tiny Buddha or a training session with Demond Johnson. Then unwind with a massage at RelaxStation and a spa day at Bellanina.

Haircut:

PURA VIDA Color Studio
207 S 4th Ave
734-757-6210 | mypuravida.com
Runner-up: Nolas Underground Salon

Massage Therapy:

RelaxStation
300 W Huron St
734-623-1951 | relaxstation.com
Runner-up: Body Conscious Massage Therapy

Day Spa:

Bellanina Day Spa & Gift Boutique
201 N 4th Ave
734-327-1000 | bellaninadayspa.com
Runner-up: Vis a Vis

Skincare:

Jessica’s Skin & Body Apothecary
301 N 5th Ave
734-545-4303 | jessicasapothecary.com
Runner-up: Vis-a-Vis

Yoga:

Tiny Buddha Yoga
1717 Pauline Blvd
734-926-5040 | tinybuddhayoga.com
Runner-up: aUM Yoga

Fitness Center:

The Health & Fitness Center at Washtenaw Community College
4833 E Huron River Dr
734-975-9950 | wccfitness.org
Runner-up: YMCA

Trainer:

Demond Johnson
Fitness Professionals
250 W Eisenhower Pkwy
734-222-5080 | a2fitnesspro.com
Runner-up: Julie Simpson, Move Wellness

Cool Eyewear:

See
308 S State St
734-622-8056 | seeeyewear.com
Runner-up: Bennett Optometry

Tanning:

Sun Tan City
3227 Washtenaw Ave
734-677-2800 | suntancity.com
Runner-up: Tan 360

Nail Salon:

Diva Nail Spa
3601 Washtenaw Ave
734-677-9700 | divanailspaannarbor.com
Runner-up: Bebe’s Nails & Spa

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