Spa and Spirit
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|A mid-winter series that we'll run until our own moods are well and truly altered. Previously, we went for laughs and listened to music. This week, spa treatments. We can't claim to have tried everything that follows but we can say that they seem to have most body parts covered. You're sure to leave any one of them feeling lighter, and that goes for your wallet.
Facial recovery for a long night out.
30 minutes, $85
Muscle Meltdown Massage
Moist heat, Biofreeze, and cool marble stones.
60 minutes, $125
Jin Shin Jyutsu
A Japanese body practice using hands to harmonize body energy.
NY Open Center
February 15th, 6pm, $80, 3 sessions
February 8th, free intro class
Cleansing, berry exfoliation, acid peel, gel mask, and hydration.
Acqua Beauty Bar
60 minutes, $195
Soothing Spruce Herbal Body Scrub
A foresty scrub and orange-scented shea butter to soothe.
60 minutes, $160
Dreamwork Group for Women
Learn and grow from understanding and working with your dreams.
8 sessions, Tuesdays, 11:30am, starting January 31st, $210
Gold & Platinum Crystal Singing Bowls Experience
Calming synergy from a massage, singing bowls, and an infrared sauna.
2 hours, $250
Learn the healing touch, the meridian system, acupoints, and the direction of energy flow. We don't know what that means, but you will after taking the course, eight half-days, starting 9:15am on February 2nd.
Sea Cal Foot Treatment & Pedicure
Pamper "sore, exhausted, or arthritic feet."
Great Jones Spa
Triple Oxygen Facial
The long-running hit facial from Bliss for all skin types.
75 minutes, $165
Gentleman's Classic Manicure
Polish up your metacarpus.
Energizing Hair and Scalp Elixir
Another treatment for men, this one uses botanicals to get your hair in working order.
60 minutes, $100
Good Old-Fashioned Body Polish
A full-body buffing. Spray tan is extra.
30-45 minutes, $75. $135 with tan
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