Like car windshields, bodies need an occasional scrub-down to remove accumulations of fall leaves, stray kites, and loose paint. Keep your soul’s vehicle free of debris with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for a 70-minute body scrub (a $119 value)
- $69 for a 70-minute body scrub, a 60-minute mani-pedi, and a 10-minute reflexology massage with hot stones (a $189 total value)<p>
Tribeca Spa of Tranquility’s Tribeca body scrub employs a Korean technique that increases circulation and exfoliates the skin. The scrub aims to unlock pores, allowing a wholesale exodus of toxins and stowaway colonies of Nerds candies. After the scrub-down, seaweed envelops the body in a moisturizing treatment that continues to take aim at toxic squatters. A shampoo and conditioning includes hair in the spasperience, as eyes rest under beautifying cucumber blankets.
The mani-pedi with reflexology buffs and polishes digits before splashing them with paint. Feet weary from attempting to play the keytar seek respite in a jacuzzi-basin soak, before a 10-minute reflexology massage of the hands and feet forces stress out with gentle pressure and a heated stone.<p>
TriBeca Spa of Tranquility
TriBeca Spa of Tranquility offers the usual lineup of spa services as well as a few unusual finds. Among the more eclectic procedures, ionithermie treatments employ galvanic and faradic currents to tone and detoxify bodies. Spa Week Daily, a blog that tests hundreds of spa services a year, applauded this uncommon offering and characterized TriBeca Spa of Tranquility as “charming, welcoming, nicely equipped … one of those spas where you want to hug the owner.” The owner in question is Gary Latawiec, a soft-spoken man with an impressive knowledge of the spa's procedures and pillow-fluffing schedule. TriBeca Spa of Tranquility rounds out its extensive menu with 10 massage modalities, facials that use high-end Mary Cohr skincare products from Paris, reflexology pedicures, and full-body waxing.
462 Greenwich St.
Manhattan, New York 10013