Signature Service: 90 minute Swedish/Deep Tissue Combo
Brands Used: Biotone Lotion, Bon Vital Coconut Oil
Handicap Accessible: No
Staff Size: 2?10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: We are located inside the CoreFit Training Studios.
Lansdale Massage Therapy and Wellness provides hours of relaxation by combining some of their most popular services into elaborate packages. A milk-and-honey exfoliating wrap joins a Swedish massage and herbal skin treatment in one package, and another unites an organic foot-reflexology session with an organic facial. The wellness center even has a certified health coach on staff to guide clients toward better eating habits and improved relationships with their friends, family members, and that one referee who keeps making lousy calls.
Anew Salon & Spa's Porshia Gooch splits her well-honed skills between scalp, skin, and nails, beautifying clients with styling, foil highlights, single-process color, facials, and manicures. The rest of the staff?stylists, aestheticians, and massage therapists?work within the salon?s honey-hued faux-marble walls to transform clients from scalp to toenail. They refresh drab looks with new haircuts and coloring treatments, and they slather on polish in a cozy pedicure nook outfitted with bench seating and plush pillows.
Hope Damanskis is a licensed massage therapist who has done bodywork for the Philadelphia Triathlon, Camp Dreamcatcher, and SarahCare Senior Services. She has also worked in a chiropractic office, where she incorporated stretching and strengthening exercises into her repertoire. At Back to Basics Massage and Bodywork, she helps clients overcome pain and stress with Thai/Yoga, Swedish, and deep-tissue massages. Hope also offers Thai herbal compress therapy, which includes deep-tissue work and a steam-heated compress made from a customized blend of healing herbs that help relieve sore muscles.
Knot Knot recalls a cozy zen temple with black wood floors, screen dividers, and lush potted orchids––and that's just the waiting area. In the comfort of a cozy, low-lit room, licensed massage therapists take relaxation up a notch with Thai herbal acupressure, flowing Swedish strokes, and soothing, deep-tissue bodywork. The spa also offers an indulgent menu of exfoliating facial treatments, ranging from organic hydrating masks to age-reducing collagen care.
The recipe for youth? Start with an Immuno-Skin Complex, and combine it with five exfoliators, hydrators, and skin brighteners. Then add Dr. Murad's Youth Building Acupressure Massage, throw in an eye-lift treatment, and finish it off with a cooling mask. The result: an extensive 60-minute anti-aging facial that lifts and tones the skin, diminishes wrinkles, and restores a healthy glow to cheeks.
This is The Queen Spa's Youth Building Facial, one of nearly 10 facials the spa uses to restore its clients' natural beauty and simultaneously raise their spirits. All of the facials here utilize Dr. Murad products and aim to deliver clinical results with a soft touch. Of course, facials aren't the spa's only forte: massages are also on the docket with styles ranging from stress-busting Swedish massage to the yoga-like Table Thai massage, for which clients remain fully dressed in loose clothing or their most flexible snowsuit. Mani-pedis and waxing are also offered and conducted with the same doting attention as the spa's massage and skincare treatments.