Experienced therapist manipulates the muscles to bring relaxation and help alleviate pain
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- Massage therapists’ names and license numbers:
- Yimei Wang R02224
- De Tai Yong R02745
- Liqin Peng R02638
- Chunmei Jiang R02424
- Man Bum Hahn R01800
- Aly Villagomez R03192
- Ailing Gao R02083
- Linda R02564 (Yeping Luo)
- Brenda Charles R02166
- Learn more about what to expect at a massage
- Learn more about the different types of massages
- CBD oil used for the service has less than 0.3% THC.
- Must state voucher code when scheduling the appointment
Need To Know
About Tea Spa
Hanging lamps throw flickers of amber light onto the dark walls of Tea Spa's lobby, a tranquil cove that foreshadows the pampering performed beyond the front room. Included on a list of Washingtonian magazine's "Great Day Spas 2013," the spa's licensed massage therapists use varied massage techniques, essential oils, and hot towels during bodywork treatments such as a signature massage. Clients can also use their brief reprieve from the harshly lit outside world to nourish skin with a vitamin-infused facial or to decompress in the infrared sauna and bid adieu to toxins before they have a chance to settle in and wire the body for basic cable.