Inman Oasis offers both Massage Therapy and Hot Tubs in a Feng Shui designed wellness center that provides the ultimate in relaxation. We've been open since September, 2005 in Cambridge's vibrant and independent Inman Square!
We have been named "Best Massage" by the Phoenix and "Best Spa" by the Weekly Dig.
Though the ladies at Se Renaissance donate their time and a portion of membership proceeds to causes both in Mexico and in their communities, they acknowledge that helping others is the second facet of a healthy life⎯the first is taking care of yourself. Within their new space in Cambridge, therapists help women do just that by providing five massage modalities and an old Chevy that’s been converted into a robot butler. Clients can take advantage of after-hours availability and make appointments online.
After earning a dual bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts Boston, Latoya Lewis graduated from the Elizabeth Grady School of Esthetics and Massage Therapy. Today, she specializes in reflexology, deep-tissue, Swedish, and sports massage, in which a cushion-footed baseball mascot walks on the client's back. Latoya prides herself on her level of empathy and intuition, always making the effort to understand clients' problems and constantly tailoring her services to the individual in her care. She often incorporates elements of trigger-point therapy and reflexology, as well as stretching and breathing exercises, into her massages. Past clients have included oncology patients and senior citizens, for whom she's developed ongoing therapy plans that she hopes will translate into broader, life-related changes.
The staff at Tocco Classico helps clients to cultivate confidence with a variety of salon and spa treatments. From behind a row of black-leather styling chairs, stylists perform cuts and coloring services that can redefine a client's image and erase evidence of having chased loose change into a cotton-candy machine. Aestheticians target blemishes and imperfections with facial treatments or quickly remove unwanted hair with waxing. Massage therapists reward shoulders, backs, and legs with relaxing bodywork treatments. The spa also keeps clients looking food after they leave by stocking a variety of hair products for ongoing upkeep.