Spa in Washington, D. C.

Up to 80% Off Weight-Loss Detox Sessions at The Skinny Spa

Dupont Circle

$249 $49

Saunas sessions and body wraps use heat to promote weight loss, detoxify, improve circulation, and clear pores

Up to 58% Off Infrared Slimming Body Wraps

Alexandria

$150 $69

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As wraps cocoon patrons, infrared-light therapy works to enhance circulation, burn calories, and soothe sore spots

Up to 53% Off at Michelle's Beauty Day Spa

Old Town

$105 $49

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Massages blend bodywork techniques for optimal relaxation; specialty facials cleanse and nourish skin

Up to 58% Off at Bethesda Salt Cave

Bethesda

$45 $20

Softly lit Himalayan salt cave provides relief from issues such as stress, insomnia, and allergies

Up to 50% Off Spa Services

Chevy Chase

$111 $59.50

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Nail tech pampers digits; massage therapist soothes aches with various techniques; aesthetician deeply cleanses pores with custom facial

61% Off Bioslimming Body Wrap

Inside LUX Studios

$150 $59

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Bioslimming body wraps help to tone bodies and decrease the appearance of cellulite

Up to 57% Off Body Wraps at natUreal Spa

Suitland - Silver Hill

$120 $59

Body wraps unleash the powerful healing effects of mud to help diminish cellulite, detoxify the body, and spur metabolism

53% Off Body-Sculpting Package

McLean

$285 $135

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60-minute body wrap, 10-day herbal detox program, and metabolism-revving B12 shot aim to shave off extra inches and release harmful toxins

Up to 61% Off Slimming Body Wraps

Old Town

$135 $59

Relaxing body wraps employ a blend of minerals and anti-inflammatory ingredients; clients can lose inches and diminish cellulite

Up to 51% Off Spa Packages

Lanham

$180 $89

OB/GYN-run medispa offers relaxing packages in addition to laser hair removal, beauty injections, and nonsurgical body rejuvenation

Up to 58% Off Massage at Ageless Wellness Center

North Bethesda

$150 $65

Flotation chamber sessions and a chair massage combine to ease the body into relaxation

55% Off

Upper Marlboro

$65 $29

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 57% Off Spa Services

Merrifield

$130 $65

Body wrap and infrared sauna designed to tone and tighten skin; sonic trainer for weight-loss and detoxifying colonic also available

Up to 69% Off Spa Packages at Help for Health

Vienna

$280 $99

Each four-part rejuvenation package combines sauna sessions with lymphatic-drainage treatments to help reduce the signs of aging

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Aesthetician and massage therapist Liliane Weinrob's career spans more than three decades and two countries. The French native began her career in Paris, where she became a specialist in lymphatic drainage massage––a method designed to reduce excess fluid in the tissues and bring relief to swelling and tightness. In 1981, Liliane's journey took her to Washington D.C., where she spent the next 15 years studying physical and massage therapy and working as a skin care consultant for several established beauty companies, plastic surgeons, and dermatologists. By 1996, she was ready to combine her talents into one venture and so she opened her own skin and body therapy studio, where she's been tending to her client's inner and outer well-being ever since.

Inside her cozy suite at the Van Ness Archstone Building, Liliane breathes life into dull complexions using advanced skincare services, such as microcurrent therapy and chemical peels, and European-made products by Sothys and Dr. Eckenstein. Lymphatic drainage techniques play an important role in everything from massage to facials, which incorporate the tissue-renewing movements into a regime that includes cleansing, vegetable peels, aromatherapy steam, and extractions. Once muscles are relaxed and faces have been restored to their pre-pie fight radiance, Liliane moves on to other aesthetic enhancements such as eyelash and eyebrow tinting or hair removal for both face and body.

3003 Van Ness St NW
Washington,
DC
US

Vonetta Dumas believes that good haircuts have the power to do much more than simply keep bangs out of eyes or pigtails from getting caught in the jets of low-flying airplanes—they can improve self-confidence and win the respect of others. As she writes in the book she co-authored, Executive Etiquette Power, "When you look good, you automatically feel good about yourself and exude a confidence and self-esteem that is recognized and respected." The expert image management specialist has spruced up the styles of celebrities and diplomats around town, and has been featured on Fox News and in the pages of Politics of Pretty. Vonetta brings her enthusiasm for style and more than 15 years of experience to Signature Image Salon, where she and her team of stylists perform a sweeping array of salon services.

The stylists welcome both men and women into their elegant space, where sleek black salon chairs speckle rustic hardwood floors. In addition to haircuts and coloring services, the stylists specialize in advanced smoothing treatments, including intense hydration steams, keratin conditioning, and smooth infusion re-texturing. The stylists favor products from Aveda, a company lauded for it's environmentally conscious ethics and innovative plant-based products.

1517 U St. NW
Washington,
DC
US

It’s easier to connect The Spa Room’s seeming hodgepodge of treatments if you look at owner Mary Szegda. Her background and training includes a master of arts degree in applied psychology, a certification for infant massage instructorship, a massage-therapy license, and training in the Feldenkrais method—a therapy designed to pinpoint and correct habits that can cause shoulder pain and muscle tension.

Together, Mary and her skilled staff, administer Swedish and prenatal massage, aromatherapy treatments, craniosacral therapy, and spa services such as a hand treatment that combines pomegranate cream and paraffin. The staff holds four advanced degrees among themselves, and several of them have experience teaching at the university level. Most of them have served as lead or assistant teachers at local massage schools. In addition, The Spa Room offers a variety of classes and workshops including massage education, infant-massage instruction, and restorative yoga.

4115 Wisconsin Ave
Washington,
DC
US

Massage for the masses. That's the mission for the team at M3 Massage, who perform massages that work for a variety of skeletomuscular issues. They use deep-tissue techniques for chronic tension, Swedish massage for general relaxation, and prenatal massage for pregnant clients in need of a soothing session. And their efforts have certainly paid off: in 2013, readers of Washington City Paper named M3 Massage Best Spa. In private treatment rooms, aestheticians can also wax clients from head to toe or administer medspa treatments such as Lipomassage, which targets fat deposits and promotes lymphatic circulation.

Even the decor puts visitors at ease. Stepping into the M3 Massage lobby is like entering the living room of a friend, the one who decided to install a reception desk. Comfy couches, a coffee table stacked with ample reading materials, and a few other well-placed decor items set an easy and casual tone.

3070 M St NW
Washington,
DC
US

At Creative Hands Massage, clients repose on pillowy massage tables in between Shinto-themed walls and get pampered during a variety of spa services. During the express deep cleansing facial, an experienced aesthetician penetrates far below the crust of the skin to stimulate the facial mantle and extract dirt and oil from volcanic pores. A cooling mask soothes weary façades during a 30-minute facial that and leaves skin smoother than Marvin Gaye's homemade pudding. Alternatively, therapists dole out deep tissue ($85), cold stone ($90), or Thai plus aromatherapy massages ($90) by applying appropriate depths of pressure to stress-ravaged muscles. Spiraling spines can also use this Groupon towards an upgrade to other services, such as a sports massage ($95).

405 H St. NE,2nd Floor,2nd Floor
Washington,
DC
US

Boloco aspires to delight diners with the unexpected and strives to take care of its employees and the planet in the process. The Boston-based business first opened in 1997 as Under Wraps. But in 2005, it changed its name to Boloco, realizing wraps incited some terrible feelings - often involving alfalfa sprouts. With the fresh name came a new mantra, "Globally Inspired Burritos."

Despite winning an award for "stupidest name change", Boloco's menu has steadfastly offered customers globally inspired burritos and burrito bowls alongside smoothies and shakes, such as the Jimmy Carter, infused with all-natural peanut butter and premium ice cream. Boloco also uses eco-friendly practices, recognizing that today that might mean corn cups and utensils, but tomorrow it could mean driving to work in cars fueled by guacamole.

1028 19th St NW
Washington,
DC
US