About this Business
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
I called last year to used my expired coupons for the prized paid and they said they won't honored them Grrr. Bad, business!
My massage was very relaxing, which was exactly what I was looking for being 8 months pregnant.
Massage was bad customer service lacking and bad attitude by owner
The groupon was for a chakra balancing as well as a massage. From the website it appears that the chakra balancing would take an hour. But it was 15 minutes of noise from bowls and the owner telling you you have great energy and that was it. Something that she probably tells everyone-- and didn't even explain what she was doing. If that was chakra balancing-- then it is totally a waste of money and does nothing. Totally disappointing and after reading yelp reviews about the owner and spa I am glad I didn't spend any more $$ there.
pleasant, beautiful, peaceful environment - great staff
I absolutely love Chakra Spa. There is a wonderful energy about the place. The rooms are beautiful. Every massage I've had there has been top notch. I WILL return.
I had a great experience and I plan to visit again soon. I want to also recommend this spa to my friends and family.
Reception should ask more questions when booking and confirming appointments. So that client is confirming services they are getting
Thank you for making a wonderful first impression on me.
From Our Editors
Stacy Adams, owner of Chakra Spa, heads a team that specializes in chakra balancing and leads private yoga classes. Clients can relax as licensed massage therapists knead away tension and soothe backs with stones that aim to rebalance chakras. In private, low-lit chambers, therapists continue signature massages by ringing Tibetan crystal singing bowls, whose tones are said to remove energy obstructions and recalibrate the ears of struggling music producers. A tarot-card reading under a multicolored lotus painting concludes the signature package. Additionally, the spa exclusively uses Aveda creams and oils for all services. Accented with red orange and teal, the crisp, white lobby is adorned with candles, statues of famous varsity debaters, and flames nestled inside recesses in the wall.