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At Kinetic Massage Therapy, massage therapist Edan Harari LMT tries to make the world a better (or at least a more relaxed) place one orthopedic treatment at a time. His services include deep-tissue massage, myofascial-release therapy, and Ortho-Bionomy, a gentle technique designed to help the body heal itself. Harari supplements his hands-on treatments with Skype check-ins and massage workshops.

123 4th Ave.
New York,
NY
US

Red & White Spa pampers guests from head to toe, with massages, facials, laser treatments, and more. A wide variety of massage modalities ensures clients get the ultimate pampering they need, whether they're looking for a relaxing aromatherapy massage, a revitalizing scalp massage, or classic Swedish techniques. European facials revitalize skin with deep pore cleansing followed by steam, exfoliation, a facial massage, and a soothing mask. Along with facials and massages, the spa staff beautifies guests with eyelash extensions and waxing or laser hair removal.

204 E 60th St.
New York,
NY
US

Jackie Alder has been passionate about beauty since she was a kid. She's taken her love of beauty to the next level at Ocean 7 Skincare Spa, where she and her team enhance appearances with facials, slimming body wraps, hair and eyelash extensions, and waxing. In addition to sprucing up clients, Ocean 7 helps them relax. Upon their arrival, clients change into fluffy spa robes and slippers, and then head to the relaxation room to unwind with tea, coffee, and refreshments.

5307 Blvd East
West New York,
NJ
US

The technicians at Elite Skin Care, Inc beautify clients from head to toe, whether they're performing microcurrent face-lifts or targeting unwanted body hair and cellulite. The techs specialize in ultrasonic cavitation, a noninvasive technique that uses ultrasonic waves in an effort to break down and dissolve fat cells. They also offer laser hair removal using the MedioStar laser, with treatments so quick you can schedule them during your lunch break.

41 East 20th Street
New York,
NY
US

Elizabeth Wang uses Eastern medicine to manage her patients's ailments. The primary treatment she employs is acupuncture, whose hair-thin needles can be used to relieve medical issues, reduce signs of aging, or sew jackets for her finger puppets. During traditional acupuncture treatments, Wang inserts the needles into specific parts of the body to alleviate chronic pain, symptoms of asthma, and digestive troubles, among other issues. When inserted into the face, the needles increase circulation and moisture levels in the skin to smooth fine lines and reduce puffiness around the eyes. Wang often couples acupuncture with Chinese herbs, cupping treatments, and tui na massages.

800 2nd Ave.
New York,
NY
US

The certified reflexologists at Nirvana Wellness NYC take a holistic approach to relaxation. Instead of just cracking their knuckles and kneading away, they take the time to enhance their body-soothing sessions with holistic treatments. Signature services begin with herbal-tea foot soaks, setting a serene stage for the ensuing all-over bodywork. Then, inside dimly lit rooms draped with curtains, therapists zero in on chronic muscle knots using acupressure techniques and Chinese deep-tissue massage. Their reflexology sessions further resolve ailments by placing strategic pressure on certain points of the hands and feet, which was originally the first step in inventing the high-five.

230 7th Avenue
New York,
NY
US