The experienced certified body bufferer at Indriya Massage pampers and restores balance to distressed torsos and achy appendages using the holistic healing powers of human hands. Today’s deal nets you a 60-minute Swedish kneading, a popular technique that uses light or medium pressure to loosen knots and alleviate stress. The smooth, gliding strokes alleviate taut muscles and promote relaxation, easing overworked limbs and melting tension into a conveniently positioned bucket. An effective treatment for stress reduction and the improvement of blood circulation, Swedish massage also relieves anxiety, depression, and trauma resulting from having a quarter painfully extracted from your ear by a street magician.
Begin your retreat to Inner Balance’s soothing spa-o-sphere by breaking down back barriers with a 60-minute Swedish massage. The Swedish technique uses long, soothing strokes and moderate to light pressure to target strained muscles and untie knots of tension. While you lie on one of Inner Balance’s heated massage tables, the licensed therapist will use hand-to-hand combat to fight stress, improve circulatory conditions, and awaken the lymphatic system that's been hibernating and living off of stashed berries.
Phountain Health was founded on the theory that staying healthy involves balancing the body's pH levels. In addition to bottling pH-balancing alkaline water—avilable for demonstration and soon to be available via delivery—Phountain Health hosts infrared-sauna sessions, which aim to improve circulation and oust toxins, as do the spa's ionic detoxifying footbaths. The business' communal approach can also be seen in hot-yoga classes, where clients work out together rather than sit alone on the couch sipping battery acid.
Dr. Joyce Guirand and the team at Guirand Medical Care believe that “healthy habits start early,” which is why they offer primary care and aesthetic medicine for patients of all ages. They specialize in primary care that ranges from physical exams and acute injuries to chronic medical conditions and weight-loss assistance. Dr. Guirand also performs aesthetic medicine, such as chemical peels, body treatments, facials, waxing, and Botox.
More than 30 years after its inception, Cactus Salon & Spa and its team of continually educated stylists have not lost their edge—they earned the Long Island Press's designation as Best Hair Salon and Best Day Spa in 2012. It's not surprising, then, that the salon has enjoyed such impressive growth over the years, with more than two dozen separate spa and salon locations.
Although hair is still the focus—stylists craft 'dos that reflect everyday ease or fashion-forward thinking—the repertoire has expanded to include everything from nail treatments and massages to permanent cosmetics and laser services. Since the roster is so broad, many clients take advantage of Cactus Club memberships, which give them the flexibility to try multiple services and products by deactivating the force fields between treatment rooms and granting a 33% discount on Sunday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.
Although The Goddess Spa resides inside Grand Central Hair Salon, its staff moves beyond coifs to address a whole different spectrum of cosmetic concerns. The aestheticians help rejuvenate skin using everything from ultrasound therapy to specialized anti-aging serums. These treatments aim to conceal imperfections typically caused by acne scars, dead skin cells, and chain-mail pillowcases. Peels gently resurface the topmost epidermal layers without abrasive acids, and the body wraps' seaweed-based herbal gel leaves skin feeling soft and nourished.