Body massage prefaces a reflexology session that relaxes tired feet with a soak infused with traditional Chinese herbs
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$29 for one 30-minute body massage and one 30-minute foot-reflexology treatment with an herbal-medicine soak ($58 value)
The herbal soak, designed to improve circulation and improve sleep, is paired with a reflexology session that addresses specific health concerns.
New Happy Day Spa
Massage might be the only form of treatment offered at New Happy Day Spa, but that's not to say that the studio's clients don't have options. Traditionalists can stick to Swedish massage, made more fluid by the use of oils. Deep-tissue massage often gets a helping hand from warmed basalt stones, which loosen areas of tension and calm the nervous system. The spa's resident massage therapists have another mode of targeting aches: the Chinese art of reflexology, which uses a pressure-point map of the feet in an attempt to stimulate healing throughout the body and banish phantom socks.