Shiatsu Massage in East New York


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The Blue Bungalow's white-washed brick walls and ocean-themed interior peacefully house handmade art, refinished antiques, and vintage accessories. Dozens of items on display are fashioned by owners Liz and Jeanne, such as wall-gracing beach writings (priced after consultation) bearing thoughtful messages. Browse seaside-inspired décor and knickknacks, from 1920s-inspired bathing beauties ($24 each) to blue distressed frames ($38 each), holding starfish and sand dollars as snugly as an overgrown hermit crab's house. A chic turquoise starfish-encrusted bracelet ($30) adds flair to arm wrestling, and a pair of medium shell earrings ($32) evokes a vacation vibe to keep earlobes from going on strike.
165 Beach 116th St
Rockaway Park,
NY
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How do you guarantee flawless hair and makeup on your wedding day without taping a bridal-magazine picture to your face? You hire Grace Hair & Body's Grace, a Vidal Sassoon?trained hairstylist, and April Dawson, a makeup artist for ABC network television. The duo travels to event sites to whisk hair into elegant updos and enhance facial features with high-quality cosmetics. Grace Hair & Body doesn't stop with wedding-day services, either. Its professional technician, Angela, offers noninvasive i-lipo treatments, and Nicholas, the massage therapist on staff, delivers deep-tissue, Swedish, and shiatsu massages.
71-58 Austin St.
Forest Hills,
NY
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Integrative Hypnosis's owner Shandoah has made it her mission to understand the mind-body connection. The daughter of an acupuncturist, she discovered a passion for Shiatsu at age 17 and immediately became a practitioner of the form, continuing to use Shiatsu to teach her clients about the natural mechanics of their bodies. Recently, she expanded her explorations to include the brain and began offering hypnosis. She asks prospective recipients to pick the behavior in their lives that they'd most like to change, and devises a custom treatment plan to modify that behavior with an integrative approach.
Park Slope
New York,
NY
US
Because there's no place like home, the team Tourelax Housecall Hot Stone Massage Therapy and Spa travels to the client's location to offer soothing respite in the form of hot stone massages and facials. They also perform these treatments in their headquarters, pulling from different modalities to design a massage that suits each client's particular needs, whether they're knots in the neck or tightness in the shoulders. To create sleeker physiques, staff specialists perform Zerona cold-laser sessions contour the body and help fat cells release their contents, minimizing the appearance of cellulite.
330 West 30th Street
New York,
NY
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At Doin Seitai Center, master Norimasa Suzuki relies on seitai, shiatsu, and other hands-on holistic treatments to heal his patients. Seitai—a centuries-old healing technique that roughly translates to “putting the body in order”—is the crux of Suzuki’s repertoire, helping to restore the body's natural order and coaxing chronic pain out of joints and muscles.
141 East 55th Street
New York,
NY
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Relaxation and health can go hand in hand. At Spada Relax Center, a team of licensed massage therapists work to banish knots, ease tension, and otherwise pamper patrons—but the benefits don't stop there. Massages such as deep tissue, shiatsu, and hot stone can help to improve circulation and range of motion, as well as reducing stress.
110-06 72nd Avenue
Flushing,
NY
US
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