Massage in District of Columbia


Solo or Couple's Massage or Couple's Massage Plus Infrared Sauna at Massage Bodyworks & Parties (Up to 48% Off)

Massage Body Works and Parties

Massage Bodyworks & Parties

Relaxing massages knead away stress for solo guests or bonding duos; couples can also enjoy a half-hour session in infrared sauna

$90 $47

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60-Minute Full-Body Massage or 50-Minute Foot Reflexology Treatment at Comfy Feet Spa (Up to 61% Off)

Comfy Feet Spa

Comfy Feet Spa

Foot reflexology and massage are performed in an amber-hued spa with horizontal beds, gauzy curtains, and bamboo accents

$120 $55

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Private Massage Class for Two on Monday–Thursday or Sunday–Thursday at The Spa Room (Up to 62% Off)

The Spa Room

The Spa Room

Hands-on lesson teaches couples about the mechanics of massage and how to massage specific body parts

$260 $99

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Custom Swedish Massage or Bamboo Massage with Consultation at Renewed Wellness (Up to 51% Off)

Renewed Wellness

Renewed Wellness

Gliding Swedish strokes or warmed bamboo rods gently knead knots from muscles

$100 $49

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Acupressure Treatments with Reflexology or Hot Stones at Total Release (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Total Release

Total Release

Manipulation of the hands and feet heals the body and an application of pressure clears energy blockages

$60 $31

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60-Minute Massage and 30-Minute Infrared-Sauna Session for One or Two at Body Bliss Suites (Up to 59% Off)

Body Bliss Suites

Body Bliss Therapy

Unwind with a Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, or hot-stone massage before letting infrared energy enhance your overall well-being

$240 $99

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Chiropractic Checkup and 60-or 90-Minute Therapeutic Massage at Washington Bodywork Studio (Up to 74% Off)

Washington Bodywork Studio

Van Ness Metro Station

A trained chiropractor and massage therapist helps relieve stress and pain using a chiropractic checkup and therapeutic massage

$190 $49

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$59 for 60-Minute Massage from Foundation Fitness ($110 Value)

Foundation Fitness

Multiple Locations

Therapists untangle knots and help oust aches and pains during 60-minute massage

$110 $59

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30- or 60-Minute Swedish Massage with Reflexology at With Love, Health, & Reflexology (Up to 57% Off)

With Love, Health, & Relfexology

With Love, Health, & Relfexology

Long, flowing strokes of Swedish massage complement focused pressure of foot reflexology treatment

$60 $25.99

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One or Two 50-Minute Reflexology Treatments at Spa Logic (Up to 37% Off)

Spa Logic

Spa Logic

Reflexology treatments target points on the feet that are said to correspond with other body parts, prompting holistic health and balance

$55 $35

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Select Local Merchants

  • Le Studio Liliane Weinrob
    Aesthetician and massage therapist Liliane Weinrob's career spans more than three decades and two countries. The French native began her career in Paris, where she became a specialist in lymphatic drainage massage––a method designed to reduce excess fluid in the tissues and bring relief to swelling and tightness. In 1981, Liliane's journey took her to Washington D.C., where she spent the next 15 years studying physical and massage therapy and working as a skin care consultant for several established beauty companies, plastic surgeons, and dermatologists. By 1996, she was ready to combine her talents into one venture and so she opened her own skin and body therapy studio, where she's been tending to her client's inner and outer well-being ever since. Inside her cozy suite at the Van Ness Archstone Building, Liliane breathes life into dull complexions using advanced skincare services, such as microcurrent therapy and chemical peels, and European-made products by Sothys and Dr. Eckenstein. Lymphatic drainage techniques play an important role in everything from massage to facials, which incorporate the tissue-renewing movements into a regime that includes cleansing, vegetable peels, aromatherapy steam, and extractions. Once muscles are relaxed and faces have been restored to their pre-pie fight radiance, Liliane moves on to other aesthetic enhancements such as eyelash and eyebrow tinting or hair removal for both face and body.
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    3003 Van Ness St. NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Tenley Sport&Health
    Since 1973, each of Sport&Health's 24 clubs has aimed for full fitness coverage with programs for every taste and family member. Guests can spark positive lifestyle changes with workouts and wellness services, or engage in a variety of sports. Each facility houses different athletic amenities for games and laps, from pristine swimming pools to squash and racquetball courts. The camaraderie of group classes such as Zumba and Les Mills BodyPump barbell routines complement scores of gym equipment meant for exercising solo—or with the guidance of a certified personal trainer. The clubs also emphasize kid-friendly activities with arts and crafts, Kidz Klub childcare, and youth certification courses that teach teens the ins and outs of training. Depending on the location, spa treatments can knead tension from muscles and paint one's favorite kettlebell with a layer of Shellac.
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    4000 Wisconsin Ave NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Skin Beauty Lounge
    Skin Beauty Lounge owner Meka Mathis impressed Capital Style blogger Emily Kate Hargrove with her spa's dedication to the art of waxing, as well as its unusually convenient hours of operation. Late evening hours support inflexible work schedules Monday through Thursday, and aestheticians open shop at 8 a.m. on Friday mornings to beautify clients for romantic candlelit breakfasts. The spa's waxing specialists combat ingrown hairs with PFB Vanish, and use pine wax or other top-shelf hair-removal products to uproot strands. As for the spa's other services, facial treatments smooth complexions with products from Dermalogica or LaLicious, a line of all-natural body scrubs and paraben-free moisturizers. Massage therapists comfort tense or weary muscles with Swedish and deep-tissue kneads as well as reflexology, and aromatherapeutic massages make use of a mélange of essential oils, including lavender to increase relaxation and eucalyptus to make clients irresistible to koala bears.
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    404 8th St SE
    Washington, DC US
  • M3 Massage
    Massage for the masses. That's the mission for the team at M3 Massage, who perform massages that work for a variety of skeletomuscular issues. They use deep-tissue techniques for chronic tension, Swedish massage for general relaxation, and prenatal massage for pregnant clients in need of a soothing session. And their efforts have certainly paid off: in 2013, readers of Washington City Paper named M3 Massage Best Spa. In private treatment rooms, aestheticians can also wax clients from head to toe or administer medspa treatments such as Lipomassage, which targets fat deposits and promotes lymphatic circulation. Even the decor puts visitors at ease. Stepping into the M3 Massage lobby is like entering the living room of a friend, the one who decided to install a reception desk. Comfy couches, a coffee table stacked with ample reading materials, and a few other well-placed decor items set an easy and casual tone.
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    3070 M St. NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Creative Hands Massage
    On a quiet, brick-lined street on Capitol Hill, the main relaxation room at Creative Hands Massage is calm and quiet, as nimble fingers harmonize physical and emotional wellness within private chambers. Massage therapist Ailie Ham oversees skin and holistic wellness therapies, which begin with cups of hot tea to awaken the senses and give droopy pinkie fingers a lift. Aestheticians reach for the spa's signature skin tonics, and bodywork practitioners work in tandem with aromatic organic oils, warm and cool stones, or acupuncture needles to release tension and restore balance. Two blocks east in Union Station, emissaries of relaxation deliver pay-by-the-minute chair massages to prevent the stream of commuters and visitors from winding into a Gordian knot. Click here to see more of Creative Hands.
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    513 Capitol Ct
    Washington, DC US
  • Grooming Lounge
    Downtown’s Grooming Lounge combines the comfort of a classic barber shop with the services of a modern manscaping salon. Yes, you can get the standard haircut and hot lather shave here, but you can also lose the unibrow, sit in for a more substantial wax or enjoy a massage, manicure or pedicure. Don’t worry, the shop’s masculine atmosphere will make sure you can still keep your man card, even as you’re being waxed, plucked and rubbed, you will still feel manly, given the guy-friendly atmosphere and professional aestheticians on hand. The store also stocks a wide range of grooming products, from hair gels to skin scrubs. Beauty doesn’t come cheap at The Grooming Lounge, but that’s the price you pay for looking good.
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    1745 L St NW
    Washington, DC US

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