- $73 for a 60-minute end-of-winter dry-brushing treatment followed by a light massage ($160 value)
Experience a spa treatment designed to detoxify the largest organ in the body, your skin. Relax as you dip your hands into a paraffin bath; soothing away dryness. Immerse yourself in an ancient ritual once done in Japan and Greece, dry brushing; buffing away dead skin to improve skin texture and renew the skin cells. Other benefits of dry brushing include the reduction of cellulite and strengthening of the immune system. A light massage to continue your relaxation and boost circulation concludes the service. Feeling refreshed and ready for action you leave with a special gift package; taking home an array of products to keep your hands and feet smooth until your next visit.
As the walking Director for AustinFit, Elayne Barber has trained more than 700 walkers. And as a licensed massage therapist, she's seen how bodywork can benefit many of her clients. Elayne has been kneading out knots since 2001 at Elemental Bodywork, where she employs a mix of modalities—Swedish, deep-tissue, myofascial release, and trigger-point work among them—to lower stress and tension. She also channels her passion for massage into classes for other therapists that detail techniques ranging from hot-stone use to massages for athletes.