Day Spa in East Lansing

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The staff at Massage Worx engages in tension declension, breaking down stress with everything from easy-going reflexology to hard-hitting deep-tissue massage. In addition to eradicating stress during 30- and 60-minute massages, the professional therapists eliminate the attendant troubles of setting up an appointment with handy online scheduling.

1770 E Grand River Ave Ste 300
East Lansing,
MI
US

At Holistic Butterfly Studio, we offer therapeutic and relaxation massage therapy as well as a few spa services. Our specialty is the Integrated Holistic massage that is always a unique and personalized treatment giving the recipient both a therapeutic and relaxing experience.

1770 E Grand River Ave
East Lansing,
MI
US

A certified massage therapist helms CitySpa Massage & Bodywork, customizing treatments to each and every clients' individual needs. Swedish massage, denoted by its light to medium pressure and long, fluid strokes, can purge tension and stress from muscles. CitySpa offers a myriad techniques such as positional release, trigger-point therapy, or deep-pressure massage, each perfect for dissipating specific bodily aches. Body wraps and facials fortified with Cures by Avancé products heighten relaxation even more, but not quite as much as the spa's pampering packages, which include a massage and a facial.

911 E. Grand River Ave. #101
East Lansing,
MI
US

The Center for Therapeutic Massage specializes in an integrative approach that blends together relaxation-focused styles such as Swedish massage with deeper, therapeutic techniques that may be necessary following an injury or a day spent helping the town iron smith move. In addition, John Lawless, a graduate of the Berkana Institute of Massage Therapy in Denver, performs soothing hot-stone massages.

1770 E Grand River Ave.
East Lansing,
Michigan
US

Handworks Massage LLC owner and certified massage therapist Scott Stearns administers purposeful bodywork customized to help assuage physical and emotional stress or advance injury recovery. His 60-minute massages may incorporate multiple modalities to coax knotted muscles and bunched connective tissues into relaxing, being more flexible, and resuming their at-ease position. During the treatment, interactive discussion gives clients insight into Scott’s holistic techniques and efforts to ease the body-wide taxation from activities such as sports training, professional labor, and giving a piggyback ride to an adorable five-year-old SUV. Sessions forgo the scented candles and heavy oil bastings of traditional spas in favor of an athletically inspired space, with massagee-chosen tunes, sparing applications of organic jojoba oil, and a table topped with an ergonomic bodyCushion for cloud-like comfort.

5095 East Brookfield Drive
East Lansing,
MI
US