Before a massage therapist ever lays a soothing finger on patrons, the treatment room starts lulling frazzled nerves with wall scrolls and lava lamps awash in a soft, scarlet glow. Once clients ease onto the table, a massage maven goes to work, drawing from a playbook of styles, including Swedish massages that whisk away superficial aches and deep-tissue massages that unravel muscular knots. The staff also takes their practiced palms on the road with mobile chair-massage service, setting up their soothing station at parties, baby showers, or on top of speeding trains to relax spies after a big fight.
Oxygen MediSpa & Sauna's skin technicians help men and women embrace their natural beauty with soothing, rejuvenating facial and body treatments. The med spa's aestheticians understand that like plants and imaginary friends, skin requires oxygen and water to thrive. So, they incorporate those ingredients into peels, vitamin infusions, and masks to bring back a healthy glow. Aestheticians' use various modes of regeneration and rehydration like body detox and oxygen facials.
Wellness Within began as a small office with one massage therapist and one massage room. It rapidly grew into an alternative health clinic that includes yoga classes, an organic spa, a college of massage and wellness, and a boutique. Softly lit private treatment rooms host massages and acupuncture, and an infrared sauna helps relieve aches and stress. A sextet of instructors hosts nine classes, such as Mom and Baby yoga, as well as a kids' yoga camp where youth mix quiet time with games and stretching exercises.
Wellness Within’s boutique is located in the lobby, like the least frequently used hotel bathtubs. Bracelets dangle from dishes atop wooden tables, necklaces hang off branches on a tree, and shiny teapots glisten in navy, bright green, orange, and white.
The Water Garden ushers yogis of all ages and levels into circular, sun-saturated yoga studios, where skilled instructors lead 11 diverse classes. A vigorous Vinyasa Yoga class focuses on enhancing practitioners' power and flexibility, synching a series of flowing movements with deep breaths. A Yin Yoga class, meanwhile, champions movements as slow and graceful as a turtle on ice skates, helping practitioners open up stiff joints and connective tissues. Lighthearted family classes encourage peaceful bows between siblings, and Mom & Baby Yoga reduces stress and reconditions the pelvic floor, rewinding new mothers and their babies into pre-pregnancy shape. Though not included in this Groupon, yogis can deepen their practice by exploring The Water Garden's myriad holistic therapies.
Certified by Lavish Lash, the beauty technicians at ILash Boutique adhere synthetic extensions to each eyelash using a medical-grade adhesive. The water-resistant extensions accentuate eyes with a fuller look and grant the power to communicate with butterflies for four to six weeks. To complement fluffed lid fringe, ocular experts nourish skin cells beneath peepers with a Co Q10 treatment. ILash Boutique recommends lash-extension refills every two to three weeks to maintain looks ($60+; not included in today's deal) and advises clients to remove contacts and monocles before each appointment, as well as remove eye makeup using an oil-free cleanser. Read more at ILash's FAQ page.