2019 Best of Washtenaw—Looking Good, Feeling Good

. June 3, 2019.

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A Peter James Salon
apeterjamessalon.com
Runner up: Douglas J Aveda Institute

Massage Therapy

RelaxStation
relaxstation.com
Runner up: Massage Mechanics

Day Spa

Jessica’s Apothecary & Spa
jessicasapothecary.com
Runner up: Bellanina Day Spa

Skincare

Jessica’s Apothecary & Spa
Jessicasapothecary.com
Runner up: Vis-a-Vis

Yoga

Tiny Buddha Yoga
tinybuddhayoga.com
Runner up: aUM Yoga

Fitness Center

Ann Arbor YMCA
annarborymca.org
Runner up: Washtenaw Community College

Trainer

Sarah Kreiner
Runner up: Daniel Roth

Cool Eyewear

SEE Eyewear
seeeyewear.com
Runner up: Warby Parker

Nail Salon

Bebe’s Nails and Spa
bebesnails.com
Runner up: A2 Nails Spa

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