Day Spa in Miami Gardens

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Established: 2014
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Average Duration of Services: 2–4 hours
Recommended Age Group: Kids

20315 NW 32 PATH
Miami Gardens,
FL
US

It's only 10 a.m., but it's teatime at Massage Eden. That's because a client has scheduled a green-tea stone massage, which involves relaxing muscles with heated stones that have been soaked in the rich liquid. The idea is that absorbing the tea will stimulate the body in the same way that drinking it can, leading the accompanying massage strokes to have a greater healing effect.

It seems the center will try all kinds of ingredients to lend its services oomph. Another massage uses bamboo sticks to promote circulation and relieve pain, and each skin treatment relies on a different cream or mask, from the sugar glow's honey-and-oil blend to the anti-wrinkle treatment's collagen extracts and horsetail (which is actually a plant and not what it sounds like: a story about a man who likes oats so much people call him "Horse").

16319 Miramar Pkwy
Miramar,
FL
US

Once Michelle Inniss started noticing issues with her complexion, she set out on a one-woman mission to learn everything she could about skin-soothing palliatives. A mountain of facials left her in more or less the same condition, she felt, and pharmaceutical treatments often did more harm than good. The experience wasn't a total loss, however. In addition to discovering all-natural, effective products, she learned a lot about what she wanted in an aesthetician.

At Wipe Out Spa, Michelle—now an aesthetician herself as well as a licensed skincare specialist—incorporates those lessons into her facial treatments. She starts with consultations to divine exactly what folks want out of the session, then mixes up tailored serums using the products that cleared up her own complexion, including Aquaroma and I.Millicinth. From there, she often likes to hand out pro-tips about nutrition and basic supplements that can help clients maintain their new visage without having to encase it in amber. The whole process stands as one of the pillars in a streamlined skin therapy service menu that also includes waxing.

2619 Island Drive
Miramar,
FL
US

There isn't much point in relaxing at a spa if the drive home is going to make you tense again. That's why South Florida Home Spa is completely mobile—their team journeys all over Fort Lauderdale to dole out soothing spa services and savory feasts. Massage therapists may travel to offices and administer 10-minute chair massages, or set up a massage table in a living room to perform customized, full-body therapy. They can even transform a couple's home into a romantic getaway, serving fresh fruit and champagne to pair with a soothing bubble bath before massaging couples side-by-side amid soft candlelight.

South Florida Home Spa also specializes in another form of therapy: food. Personal chefs step into home kitchens to cook multi-course feasts of such dishes as blackened salmon drizzled in a pineapple and cranberry alfredo. They'll even teach diners how to make the food for themselves so they don't have to subsist on pictures from the night as nourishment.

3814 Southwest 68th Avenue
Miramar,
FL
US

Spa BLVD Parties' founder Karina Cartagena built a business model around making girls feel the warm glow of friendship and self-esteem, treating her young clients to personalized spa parties with lustrous nail polish and snazzy new hairdos. Her young clients leave the stresses of grade school and their secret office job at the door, settle into a comfy robe, and munch on cupcakes and treats, while moms and dads relax with a soothing cup of coffee. Nestled in a lounge bordered by hot pink walls and filled with fluffy white sofas, kids socialize over soft drinks as they receive makeovers and pose for glamour portraits during fashion shows. A wide range of parties and packages entertain future rock stars and style mavens, such as three-week spa camps or mommy-daughter bonding spa days.

12154 Miramar Pkwy
Miramar,
FL
US

Gigi Mompremier studied massage therapy at Florida Career College, but she went beyond the course requirements and took prenatal massage classes as well. Now a licensed massage therapist and member of the Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals, Gigi eases aches with modalities such as Swedish, hot stone, and sports. She also offers deep muscle therapy, which was invented by Freud.

10031 Pembroke Road
Miramar,
FL
US