Best of Washtenaw 2016 – Health & Beauty

. May 31, 2016.



Hair Cut
Douglas J. Aveda
333 Maynard St. #201
734-929-0453 | douglasj.com
Runner Up: Tricho

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

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

Facial/Skin
Jessica’s Apothecary
301 N. 5th Ave.
734-545-4303 | jessicasapothecary.com
Runner Up: Vis a Vis

Yoga/Pilates
Tiny Buddha Yoga
1717 Pauline Blvd
734-926-5040 | tinybuddhayoga.com
Runner Up: A2 Yoga

Fitness Center
A2 Fitness Professionals
250 W. Eisenhower Pkwy. Suite 130
734-222-5080 | a2fitnesspro.com
Runner Up: Ann Arbor YMCA

Best Trainer
Demond Johnson, A2 Fitness Professionals
A2 Fitness Professionals
250 W. Eisenhower Pkwy. Suite 130
734-222-5080 | a2fitnesspro.com
Runner Up: Daniel Roth, Blue Lion Fitness

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

Tattoo/Piercing
Lucky Monkey
308 S. Ashley St.
734-623-8200 | luckymonkeytattoo.com
Runner Up: Name Brand

Tanning
Tropical Illusions
1898 Whittaker Rd.
734-547-8200 | tropicalillusionstanning.com
Runner Up: Tan 360

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