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Choose from Three Options
$43 for an organic signature facial (a $99 value) $52 for a 90-minute raindrop-therapy massage (a $120 value) $57 for a spa package (a $179 value)
- Signature facial (a $99 value)
- Relaxation massage (a $50 value)
- Ionic footbath (a $30 value)
The signature facial revitalizes complexions with natural oils, rose water, and fruit masks. During the raindrop-therapy massage, a massage therapist drops seven essential oils along the spine and kneads them in. The spa package includes the organic signature facial with a relaxation massage, wherein the massage therapist applies light to medium pressure, and an ionic footbath, which detoxifies the body through the feet.
Serenity Artisan Studio
While some spas claim to treat their clients’ minds, bodies, and spirits, Serenity Artisan Studio puts its money where its mouth is. The spa serves as a center for total life enrichment, which means that its staffers offer artistic craft classes alongside meditative yoga and reiki sessions and body-pampering wraps and facials. The spa side of the business keeps this holistic approach in mind as its aestheticians call on tools such as Ayurvedic massage and ultrasound technology to enhance their slate facials. Meanwhile, slimming body wraps and a range of massage modalities grant clients a peaceful state of mind and a comfortable body. The staff also showcases handmade jewelry and art made from recycled materials, allowing clients to take a bit of their peace of mind home in a more attractive form than simply trapping sighs in a mason jar.
84% of 69 customers recommend
“Really enjoyed the whole experience -- massage and wonderful facial.”
“Both the massage & facial were excellent Most places don't include extractions as part of their price where at this spa they do!”
“Great staff, friendly and extremely helpful. Amazing experience overall”