Deals in River Edge

Up to 56% Off at Elements Massage

Elements Massage - Riverdale

Riverdale

$99 $45

Therapists tailor massages with four levels of pressure and a blend of techniques such as Swedish massage and trigger-point therapy

Up to 65% Off UV and UV-Free Tanning

Hollywood Tans of Riverdale

Riverdale

$54 $19

Professional, sanitary salon; effective stand-up booths; lay-down lounges; UV-free Mystic spray tans and custom airbrush spray tans

Up to 58% Off Ear Piercing at Diamonds By Dawn LLC

Diamonds By Dawn LLC

Riverdale

$30 $15

Professional jewelry-store employee pierces clients' ears before inserting shiny new studs

Up to 64% Off at The Whole You Spa

The Whole You Spa

Riverdale

$125 $52

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Massage therapists ease tension using warmth from hot stones; microdermabrasion exfoliates dead skin and resurfaces complexions

82% Off a Massage and Pain Consultation

New Health Centers

Stern Wellness Center

$164 $29

Experienced practitioners enlist techniques to uncover sources of pain before gently massaging away aches and stress!

Up to 55% Off Yoga Classes at O2living

O2living

Cross River

$100 $49

Gentle flow and power yoga for all skill levels and hot Vinyasa for more experienced yogis; classes meet each day for up to 90 minutes

Up to 50% Off Threading at Seva Riverdale

Seva Riverdale

Riverdale

$18 $12

Techs use threads to pluck hairs from brows and upper lips or the full face

Up to 62% Off Massage and Facial

Christine Valmy Salon & Day Spa

River Edge

$90 $39

Swedish, aromatherapy, or deep-tissue massage; European or aromatherapy facials, or specialty facial treatments with products by Dr. Murad

Half Off Brazilian Waxes

Chen Skin Care and Spa

Riverdale

$50 $25

Aestheticians wax away unwanted hair to leave skin smooth

Up to 69% Off Haircut Package

JonLissa

River Edge

$85 $30

Stylists trim locks before conditioning treatment smoothes & hydrates & highlights add depth

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Premier Spa & Wellness's staff doesn't use synthetic panacea to help their clients achieve better health and wellness. Instead, they rely on the body's self-healing mechanisms and natural healing. To that end, the aestheticians have tailored a service list of massages and scrubs that free the body of unwanted substances through Gaia-given processes. From basic Swedish massage to reflexology and aromatherapy, Premier's massage therapists draw on any modality they need to bring relaxation to their clients. All-natural sugars, sea minerals, and clays coat the body during the polishes and scrubs, exfoliating the skin and imbuing it with moisture and nutrients. Regardless of the treatment, the spa creates an atmosphere of tranquility with soothing aromas and soft music throughout the space.

938 Spring Valley Road
Maywood,
New Jersey
US

JonLissa’s team of stylists doll-up 'dos with cuts, colors, and highlights. In front of workstations crafted from espresso-hued wood and inlaid with large mirrors, the aesthetes craft coifs into elegant updos before weddings, proms, and other special events. To stay up-to-date on emerging styles and techniques, JonLissa's team participates in continuing-education courses and sits through time travellers’ vacation slideshows.

600 Kinderkamack Rd
River Edge,
NJ
US

Owner and head studio instructor Mark Van Buren tread a long and winding road to becoming a yoga instructor, and every stop he made along the way informed his practice. Music used to be his man's main endeavor—he's performed at rock clubs such as The Bitter End and Webster Hall in New York City—but he added fitness to his list of passions when he became a personal trainer. From there, he took an interest in massage, and that road led him to a life of yoga, meditation, and qi gong. Somewhere between going on silent meditation retreats, he found time to go back to school and earn a degree in religious studies. Eventually, he founded Live Free Yoga Studio to share his lifestyle with others.

Along with fellow instructors Lori, Leanna, Diane, Krishna, and Johanna, Mark inspires yoga practitioners of all levels to advance their practices. On the sunlit hardwood floor of the Live Free studio, students strike poses seven days a week, no matter their limitations. "Anyone, regardless of age, gender, or physical ability, is welcome to come work with their body and mind in our intimate, non-competitive space," he says.

888 Kinderkamack Road
River Edge,
NJ
US

lements Massage fends off unnecessary medical procedures with soothing techniques that trigger the body's natural healing abilities. Clients are paired with therapists who assess their specific aches and health conditions. They then use four levels of pressure and a blend of up to six modalities, such as deep-tissue, Swedish massage, and finger ballet, to create a customized massage. Their soothing kneads combat pain, loosen tight limbs, and disperse oxygen and nutrients throughout the body.

92 Route 23
Riverdale,
NJ
US

Efes Restaurant reveals its uniqueness in layers. Hidden behind the unassuming facade of a strip mall, the interior boasts a much more substantial amount of character. Into this richly appointed room, waiters cart salads, babaganoush, and kebabs with chunks of chicken and lamb still sizzling from the grill. What fixtures define the elegance of this dining area? Gold-upholstered chairs line the pristinely white linen-clad tables, surrounding a dropped floor in the middle of the dining room. A strip of lighting under the step down illuminates an inlay of black and white marble tiles arranged to excite the eye with their geometric patterns and challenge the mind to remember what a hypotenuse is.

645 Kinderkamack Rd
River Edge,
NJ
US

Aikido is the "loving protection of all beings," in the words of Morihei Ueshiba, who created the martial-arts style. Although it sometimes incorporates wooden weapons, at its heart, aikido seeks to act as a replacement for violence. Greg O'Connor, founder and chief instructor at Aikido Centers of New Jersey, brings Ueshiba's tenets to his students, who have included children and seniors, as well as members of the New Jersey State Police, the Department of Homeland Security, and the US Secret Service. O'Connor and more than 40 other instructors teach students self-defense tactics that redirect attacks, as well as more advanced methods that include wooden sword and staff training and aikido's dramatic falls and rolls.

464 Kinderkamack Road
River Edge,
NJ
US

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