<p>  Chill Body's Jennifer Fulcher and Jessica Chizek (left)</p>

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Justin Barnes

Chill Body's Jennifer Fulcher and Jessica Chizek (left)

Unwind. Uknot. Undo.

New Spa Holds Up to Its Name and Cool Ambience

Proprietors Jennifer Fulcher and Jessica Chizek offer some much needed advice to today’s women of Omaha: “Take time for yourself and just chill.

That’s a tip these ladies mean literally. Jennifer and Jessica opened the new pedicure and manicure spa “Chill Body” in February of 2013 in Omaha’s Rockbrook Village. The idea is to provide women an escape from their busy lives in a beautiful environment that promotes relaxation and rejuvenation and leaves you feeling like royalty. A place to kick off your shoes and get a peaceful pedicure and magical manicure amidst the cool blue hues and lavender scents of this fabulous oasis located in the middle of the city.

Tucked in the southwest corner of Rockbrook, Chill Body offers bright teal walls, flowing white curtains, soft glowing candles and the soothing sounds of reggae music. With the phrase “the coolest spa in town,” this spa holds up to its chill name and cool ambience.

Owners Jennifer and Jessica know a little something about busy women. Both were pursuing their master’s degrees while working extensively in politics and fundraising when they agreed to try a new business venture together.

“If you have a stressful work life or daily schedule or you just need some chill time, we want to provide that unique getaway, that relaxing experience,” Jessica says. “It is important to us that you leave here happy and feeling good, with pretty nails and feet.”

With a small staff of eight nail techs, the Chill Body team adds to the relaxing and personal experience. Uniqueness is a characteristic of the Chill Body experience. Chill Body uses the celebrity designer Deborah Lippmann nail polish and product line. The soft glowing, sweet smelling candles are used as massage oil in the pedicures. The products are available for purchase so you can maintain your soft skin and beautiful nails between visits.

Jennifer says Chill Body isn’t just for “me time” though. In fact, she encourages everyone to bring friends and family and enjoy the experience together.  Chill Body hosts bridal parties, birthdays, etc. And it’s not just for the ladies. “We get lots of men wanting pedicures and manicures, too,” Jennifer says.

Appointments and walk-ins are welcome. Make sure to stop in and see for yourself what the hype of a good chill is all about. Check out chillbody.com for prices, hours and more information.

posted at 02:15 pm
on Wednesday, January 29th, 2014


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