Massage is a time-honored method of alleviating stress, as is the ancient art of crafting origami swans out of midterm exams. Ace relaxation with today’s Groupon to iSalon in Newark. Choose between the following options:
- For $42, you get a 60-minute Swedish or deep-tissue massage (up to a $110 value).
- For $79, you get a 60-minute Swedish or deep-tissue massage for two (up to a $225 value).
The dedicated staff of bodycare professionals at iSalon works to eliminate tension and enhance natural beauty with advanced hair, skin, and massage services amid sandstone hues, live plant arrangements, and modern décor. During 60-minute sessions, guests melt as certified hands tailor a Swedish or deep-tissue massage to address specific issues, such as fatigue, headaches, and chronic pain. The Swedish massage works to instill full-body relaxation through long, connective strokes to improve blood flow, stimulate the lymphatic system, relieve physical tension, and gelatinize musculature into the consistency of Sweden’s signature dish, lutefisk. During the deep-tissue massage, the practitioner removes knots like a master sailor with surprisingly kempt hands, applying pressure directly to deep trigger points with the hopes of stimulating relaxation and reducing painful botherations.
iSalon's expert aestheticians and stylists beautify the entire frame with a vast range of services. Tress trimmers mix and match 'do-sculpting services such as cuts, styling, and color touchups above the salon's earth-toned tile floors. The modern interior design unites small Greek-column-style ornamentation with vivid purple and yellow lighting around the edges, and a chandelier informs the salon's elegant nature. Within the stylishly decorated environs, a trio of massages dig deep into musculature to alleviate corporeal aches and pains, and facial experts spread the relaxation with eight soothing facial serums whose benefits range from those that abate the visibility of aging to herbal peels with a holistic bent. The staff also permanently lops off locks on six areas of the body, preparing clients for skimpy summer wear. Beverages, cheese, and crackers are served in the waiting room, unlike at most dentists' offices, where they just serve floss, toothpaste, and discipline.