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Business Spotlight
Nova Spa
By KATELYN KELLEHER
ROCKY HILL - Nova Spa in Rocky Hill is focused on clients’ overall health from the inside out, from offering a selection of immunity-boosting smoothies, juices and lunch items to making sure it uses paraben-free nail polish. The experienced Nova Spa team of licensed massage therapists and professionals offer therapeutic services for the benefit of Nova clients, with many visiting regularly to seek massage and skin treatments for chronic problems. However the spa focuses on a preventative and proactive approach to maintaining long-term health and urges clients to start making it a priority early on. “It’s not a one-day thing,” said Jeff, of Nova Spa. “We’re getting patients in when they’re young because they want to prevent looking like their parents and grandparents at their age.” Nova Spa’s anti-aging facial treatments stimulate collagen production while resurfacing treatments remove bacteria and renew the skin. Several express facial treatments are also available. The experts at Nova Spa can work with clients to determine the best treatment for their particular skin type. Massage and body work includes deep tissue, hot stone, Swedish and sports massages as well as aromatherapy, reflexology, therapeutic and pregnancy massages. Nova Spa also features waxing and manicure and pedicure services. Nova Spa’s kitchen offers a wide variety of smoothies and juices that target health issues from heart health to immunity. The spa hosts special cooking classes, including five-class series currently running with chef Bill Klar, that focus on cooking healthier and the macrobiotic diet. Nova Spa, 1845 Silas Deane Hwy., Rocky Hill, can be reached at 860-257-1004. To see Nova Spa’s entire list of services and keep up-to-date with special classes and events offered, visit www.NovaSpaRockyHill.com. Spa packages, including bridal packages, are available.

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