Shear Miracles Studio has been in business almost 20 years. A grand opening of the studio was held to showcase its new location and signature addition salt chalet.
The floor is covered in salt, Dead Sea salt from Israel. It is on the walls in clumps and the window is tinted with a thick layer as well. Mimicking a salt cave, said to have healing properties, this spa-like salt chalet is now available at Shear Miracles Studio in Catoosa County.
A halogenerator is attached to the wall of the salt chalet room. The machine blows about a cup of salt into the room over a 45-minute session. Patrons relax in recliners as soothing music plays.
Shear Miracles Studio owner Lynette Trundle held a grand opening March 15 for the studio expansion and introduction of a new salt chalet. The room is in memory of a close friend Dale Darby, who suffered from pulmonary fibrosis.
MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) — A Cobb County man has been sentenced to five years in prison for killing a dog by throwing it over a balcony.The Cobb District Attorney's office announced Thursday that 28-year-old Lee Bishop Bullock of Kennesaw pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of aggravated cruelty to animals.Authorities say Bullock killed the dog in June, when he was living with the dog's owner.Prosecutor Sherwin Figueroa says Bullock was already on felony probation when he slammed the animal's head into a wall and threw it off a second-floor balcony.Bullock's lawyer told the court that Bullock was addicted to prescription drugs at the time.Sentencing Bullock to five years in prison and five years of probation, Cobb Superior Court Judge Robert Leonard said the crime was an issue of character, not just drugs.