Day Spa in Shorewood

$54 for Facial with Peel, Paraffin Hand Dip, and Massage at East Town Spa ($140 Value)

East Town Spa

East Town Spa

Recharge with spa-day package that boosts the facial with aplant-peel upgrade and tends to hands with warm paraffin before a massage

$140 $54

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75- or 45-Minute Facial Package at Embrace Your Face (Up to 45% Off)

Embrace Your Face

Inside the Colour Bowl

Aestheticians pamper clients with a facial, which includes a steam, exfoliation, and face massage, and optional lip exfoliation and hand dip

$100 $55

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1-, 1.5-, or 2-Hour Spa Packages Including Massages at Natural Therapeutics (Up to 56% Off

Natural Therapeutics

New Berlin

Relaxing one-hour massage can be further boosted by detoxifying footbath and facial

$75 $37

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Massage or Spa Package with Facial and 60-Minute Massage Treatment (Up to 51% Off)

Stillwaters Therapeutic Massage and Wholebody Wellness

Muskego

Massage therapists eases tension with soothing strokes; sessions can be enhanced with upgrades such as aromatherapy and facial

$85 $42

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Massage, Facial, and Mani-Pedi at Hair Formations (Up to 52% Off). Three Options Available.

Hair Formations

Hubertus Salon & Spa

The family-owned-and-operated business provides a vast range of salon-and-spa services

$122 $60

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($82 Value) Spa Package with Facial, Massage, and Pedicure at Paradise Mist Spa ($159 Value)

Paradise Mist Spa

Gurnee

Aestheticians pamper clients from head to toe with a refreshing facial, Swedish or deep-tissue massage, and Lavender Bliss pedicure

$159 $82

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Shorewood Today magazine states "One of Wisconsin?s most prominent doctors of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is now practicing right here in Shorewood." Dr. Xiping Zhou, MDOM asserts that his application of TCM is "beyond needles... beyond pain," as he once told the Isthmus in a lengthy profile about his practice. His approach to acupuncture transcends the boundaries of traditional therapies. Although many holistic practitioners eschew Western medicine, Dr. Zhou established his belief in its benefits, such as modern diagnosis technology used with traditional Eastern healing modalities.

Dr. Zhou now performs acupuncture in his own 6,500-square-foot facility, called Dr. Zhou's Acupuncture, Pain Management and Natural Wellness Clinic. Zhou draws from what he sees as the best elements from different healthcare philosophies to treat ailments such as chronic pain, infertility, and to encourage weight loss. In feng shui-inspired rooms, diagnostic equipment sits alongside maps of the body's chi. A staff of eight massage therapists, including three acupuncturists and two doctors of Chinese medicine, are on hand to help in all treatments.

4601 N Oakland Ave.
Shorewood,
WI
US

Smooth basalt stones steep in warmth. Aromatherapy oils blend slowly into massage lotions. The massage therapist at Quality Time works busily to prepare for each client. During sessions, she increases circulation to sore muscles with the soft kneads and soothing strokes of Swedish massage techniques. Amid thin curtains of steam, she also heats paraffin wax to a comfortable 125 degrees, warm enough to ease tension and soothe skin, but still more comfortable than being fed hot fondue by The Three Stooges.

3811 N Oakland Ave
Shorewood,
WI
US

Muscle knots. Chronic aches. Deep-seated reservoirs of stress and anxiety. These and other ailments bring clients to Elements Therapeutic Massage, where they find relief courtesy of professional therapists who customize their treatments to match individual needs. The studio’s unique, level-based system gives clients an idea of what to expect during the session; they can request a low level for a gentler experience or opt for a higher level to eliminate any soreness remaining from the previous day’s jousting tournament. Each massage therapist has his or her own specialties, and treatments may draw on relaxing Swedish and hot-stone techniques or firmer deep-tissue and trigger-point strokes.

312 E Silver Spring Dr
Milwaukee,
WI
US

Salt from the Dead Sea is applied to the skin, sloughing off dead cells to reveal the younger, fresher layers below. At Teva Wellness Spa, its commonplace for services to include luxurious items such as salt from the Dead Sea or Sacred Earth mud. Aestheticians and massage therapists perform a variety of services within the luxurious spa, including massages and manicures. In addition to pampering treatments, guests can take an active role in their well being through yoga and Pilates classes, as well as long soaks or impromptu swimming races in the health center's whirlpool.

6255 N Santa Monica Blvd
Whitefish Bay,
WI
US

Nevaeh's vast range of services makes it an ideal place for a day of pampering and relaxation. No matter which of your body parts are threatening secession, Nevaeh MediSpa's experienced professionals will soothe, massage, and wax the rebellion out of them, leaving your body in a blissful state of union. One of the more popular services at Nevaeh is the therapeutic deep-tissue massage, which uses deep pressure and slow strokes to ease stress and pain and relax the body ($65). Also popular are microdermabrasion, 30-minute treatments with a magical, handheld wand that removes the top layer of dead skin from the faces of its recipients (starting at $99), and Nevaeh's anti-aging facial. As the facial mask clears the complexion, deep cleaning and promoting cellular regeneration, clients receive a hand and foot massage, helping relax worry lines into sweet, delicious oblivion (60 minutes, $65). For the kerosene-drinking, tree-felling man about mantown, Nevaeh offers a men's signature facial, which cleans and stimulates the skin and minimizes razor irritation before ending in a fistfight with a shark (60 minutes, $55; shark extra).

103 East Silver Spring Drive
Whitefish Bay,
WI
US

Aquarium maintenance might seem like a strange background for an expert in neuromuscular therapy and deep-tissue massage, but that's exactly how massage therapist Lynne Luckow got her start. She decided to change careers after reading about the health benefits of massage and went on to study anatomy, physiology, and medical massage at Aesthetics University. She opened Healing Hands Therapy Center in 1993 and continued her training with renowned professionals in the field of alternative medicine. Eventually, she grew her practice to the point where she was working 12 hours a day, six days a week, roughly the amount of time it takes to give a full-body massage to a really big whale. Luckow knew it was time to expand: the center is now home to eight highly trained massage therapists, who earned it nominations in CityVoter's Best Massage category in 2011.

In addition to performing massages, Luckow promotes physical and emotional healing with Ayurvedic counseling and meditation. She has further rounded out her team with licensed acupuncturist Brenda Sherman, who holds a Master of Science in acupuncture and oriental medicine.

10625 W North Ave
Milwaukee,
WI
US