The newly opened spa hopes to re-imagine the spa experience by facilitating accessible wellness treatments and providing a safe space for historically marginalized groups. The spa offers a range of different treatments all delivered by qualified practitioners.
More details can be found at https://www.auroraflow.com
Historically speaking, health and wellness offerings for marginalized groups have been inadequate or entirely non-existent. Spas, salons, and wellness centers have often limited their access to marginalized groups or refused them service altogether. While the industry is getting better in this regard, progress is still slow.
In response, Auroraflow is trying to radically change the space by welcoming people of all races, sexualities, body types, ability levels, and more.
In terms of treatments, Auroraflow offers a wide variety. Their massage options are diverse and include popular styles such as Therapeutic, Ashiatsu, Thai, Prenatal, Ayurvedic and Sports Sassages. Their featured massage treatment is Reflexology, which is ideal for clients who spend a lot of time on their feet.
Auroraflow also provides several esthetic treatments. Popular options include the Hale and Hush Facials, which are tailored to the client’s skin type and needs. Gender-affirming body and facial hair removal (waxing) are also available for those wanting to get rid of unwanted hair while exfoliating their skin in the process.
For the promotion of more spiritual wellness, Auroraflow also offers a Reiki treatment. This practice encourages spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical wellness by bringing balance to a client’s chakras and their entire energetic system.
“At Auroraflow, we strive to make our treatments approachable and accessible, with a focus on promoting the LGBTQ and BIPOC communities,” said a spokesperson for the company. “We offer services not as a luxury but as tools for self-care and healing. Our vision is to build a community and team of like-minded individuals that, with a lot of hard work, will change the faces of wellness.”
Clients can book an appointment at Auroraflow by calling the number in the description or by filling out the form on their website.
Auroraflow was created by Castle Frame and Lauren McCullough, a queer couple committed to helping people in the LGBTQ and BIPOC communities live better and happier lives. In addition to Durham, they also serve surrounding areas, including Old West Durham, East Durham, Burch Avenue, Brightleaf, Albright, Lakewood Park, and Trinity Park.
Interested parties can find more information at https://www.auroraflow.com
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