Human contact is pleasant, which explains why people get massages or make fun of a football player’s shoes. Tackle your tension with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for a 40-minute relaxation massage (a $65 value)
- $59 for a deep-cleansing facial (a $115 value)
- $89 for both of the above treatments (a $180 value)
The Humble Abode Day Spa & Salon
The Humble Abode salon and spa feels like home—which is not surprising, as it's situated inside a cottage surrounded by greenery and beaming with natural light. And it's easy to make yourself at home there, too, because their menu's extensive selection of services could easily require a whole day's sojourn. Beauty treatments include lash tinting and six kinds of facials, such as lactic peels and microdermabrasion. The signature facial pampers each of the face's 55 muscles—a perfect complement to the luxuriating body treatments, including deep-tissue massage and reflexology.
Those looking for more internal therapy can seek out one of the three chiropractic doctors, who aim to treat anything from sports injuries to spinal dysfunction. The Humble Abode also has a certified hypnotherapist, Myke Zykoff, who addresses behavioral issues with hypnotherapy and the calming effects of meditation.
To help guests ease their pain through fitness, a team of instructors leads Pilates classes in both group and private sessions. The bending and stretching sessions take place in a sunny studio furnished with reformer machines and mats, which can double as beds if you just never want to leave.
What some people are buzzing about:
“Great location in WeHo, nice garden like setting, and excellent massage!”
“Very nice , cozy, clean , peaceful.... ”
“It's a lovely Spa and Salon with many different services to choose from. Joan is amazing, and I went to a different facialist this this, Nikki, who was also just...”
“It's a lovely Spa and Salon with many different services to choose from. Joan is amazing, and I went to a different facialist this this, Nikki, who was also just wonderful.”