From Our Editors
Mary Ellen Knolls hasn't had a cold in 10 years. Or so she professed to Dayspa while touting the therapeutic effects of her center's Vibrosaun machines, which encapsulate patrons in pod-like enclosures in order to simultaneously deliver dry heat, vibration massage, and aromatherapy. "The devices may look futuristic," she told the magazine, "but we use them for a basic purpose. Regular treatments will raise the body's core temperature, which increases immunity."
Heat therapy resurfaces throughout the spa's extensive service menu, which rejuvenates complexions with LED facials and melts muscles with far-infrared massage beds. Many other treatments cultivate results with all-natural elixirs, such as fruit enzyme masks, Moor mud, and free-range fairy dust.