Massages take you to a relaxing place, unlike that glowing red elevator where all the buttons are numbered "0." Go somewhere nice with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $35 for a 60-minute custom massage (an $85 value)
- $49 for a 90-minute custom massage (a $110 value)
Clients can select from Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, prenatal, and reflexology massage. Each kneading session can be customized to address individual concerns, such as muscle soreness, stress, or a narcoleptic pinky toe.
Changes in Motion Boutique Fit Spa, MM 22583
Changes in Motion Boutique Fit Spa
From Pilates, yoga, and cycling classes to facials, body wraps, and massages, Changes in Motion’s repertoire of life-affirming services helps clients achieve health and beauty from the inside out. Students can enroll in small-group classes or one-on-one sessions with one of three licensed Pilates instructors—former dancer Effie, Power Pilates expert Emmy, or Pilates veteran Wendy. The trio rounds up Reformer machines, springboards, and a TRX suspension system to help novices and seasoned students alike strengthen and tone their cores. The studio also boasts a full class schedule packed with non-Pilates sessions, such as spinning, cross training, and yoga.
After clients work up a sweat, they can head to the spa for a 60-minute cooldown session with a licensed massage therapist, who customizes deep-tissue, Swedish, and Thai stretch techniques to individual concerns. Across the hall, licensed aestheticians use Éminence, B&G, and WoodSprite organic skincare products during facials and body wraps, hydrating skin and restoring a look of youth. Meanwhile, two noninvasive systems—the TriActive laser and electrical-stimulation machine—blend technologies to boost circulation, smooth cellulite, and tighten skin without the hassle of squeezing into a straitjacket made entirely of band-aids.
96% of 406 customers recommend
“Great massage from Spencer.”
“Awesome 90 minute massage. I was so relaxed...I didn't want to drive home.”
“Wife enjoyed and wants to return”