Tennessee Health & Beauty

Establishment neighborhood
The Wellhouse at Blackberry Farm
1471 W. Millers Cove Rd., Walland
This airy spa is part of the sprawling, rustic heaven that is the 4,200-acre estate-resort Blackberry Farm in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. Forest bathing (the very soothing therapy of being surrounded by nature), farm-fresh juices, and therapies designed to rejuvenate dull skin and mitigate the effects of daily stress and environmental pollution dominate the menu. Enzyme peels, microcurrent, intense hydration treatments, and stimulating massage using beautifully clean, nontoxic—profoundly effective—Tata Harper formulas are just a few of the luxuries in store for you here.
Karee Hays Esthetics
2309 Crestmoor Rd., Green Hills
This Green Hills studio manages to be both a medical skin-care center and a spa haven, a dichotomy that trickles down from founder Karee Hays, a medical aesthetician. The Glow Facial involves a deep-steam detox with extractions followed by microdermabrasion, dermaplaning, lymphatic massage, and a chemical peel. You’re sent home with a customized regimen and complimentary two-week follow-up, to make sure your skin is thriving—or at least well on its way.
1044 Old Hwy. 48, N. 
Cumberland Furnace
On-Site's various courses take a 360 degree approach to mental health, customizing solo, couples, and group sessions as they progress, incorporating clinical approaches along with more experimental modalities to help participants break dysfunctional cycles for good. While the tools and techniques employed throughout the programs can help anyone show up more for their own lives, those looking to heal deeper wounds around sexuality, love addiction, and codependency in particular can dive deep into the work in their programs in Montana, Tennessee, and Guatemala.
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