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Boston’s Best Spas For Vacation Relaxation

March 22, 2014 6:00 AM

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Photo credit: Facebook/C.Spa

Photo credit: Facebook/C.Spa

A fast-paced, stressful life can leave you with a tired body and busy mind. Relieve this stress with a relaxing spa day and let your worries melt away. Soothe tight muscles with a massage, brighten up skin with a facial and release negative energy through acupuncture. Schedule some time for yourself at one of Boston’s best spas.
Photo credit: Facebook/Etant

Photo credit: Facebook/Etant

Étant
524 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 423-5040
www.etant.com

Allow this welcoming spa to be your refuge from the outside world. Your body will be pampered, soothed, energized and invigorated to leave you feeling renewed and refreshed. Relax with a massage or body treatment, smooth skin with microdermabrasion or rescue dry, winter hands with a paraffin treatment. Choose the individual wellness therapy that is right for you or create a custom package for the total experience.

Photo credit: Emerge Spa & Salon

Photo credit: Emerge Spa & Salon

Emerge Spa and Salon
275 Newbury St.
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 437-0006
www.emergespasalon.com

This urban oasis provides a full menu of services for all of your pampering needs. Schedule a body treatment, alternative therapy or cellulite treatment to indulge your body and start feeling your best. For the ultimate in relaxation, try the lavender dreams experience. This treatment includes a lavender body exfoliation, foot massage, scalp treatment and lavender oil body massage. Gentleman should make time to stop in the men’s club for a treatment and some relaxing time in the steam room.

Photo credit: G2O Spa and Salon

Photo credit: G2O Spa and Salon

G2O Spa and Salon
278 Newbury St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 262-2220
www.g2ospasalon.com

This luxurious spa spreads over five floors and offers an array of services to enhance your health, beauty and well-being. G2O caters to women, men and couples so take time to enjoy a day of relaxation with a friend or significant other. Schedule a traditional massage and facial, or venture into the alternative therapies of acupuncture, reflexology or craniosacral therapy. After your treatments, spend some time in the experience room which features ice fog, a tropical shower and herbal-infused steam.Related: Boston’s Best Literary Landmarks

Photo credit: Unique Verve

Photo credit: Unique Verve

Unique Verve
105 Newbury St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 595-2510
www.uniqueverve.com

Unique Verve provides high-end skincare and hair removal services for a transformative experience. The highly trained skincare therapists are always on the cutting edge of aesthetic technology and techniques to bring the most to your services. Try an LED facial to diminish fine lines and wrinkles or the powerful advanced skin rejuvenation facial, which combines active vitamin penetration, LED and peel for a renewed, healthy complexion. Waxing is also available for any and all body parts, including face, back, arms, legs and bikini.

Photo credit: Facebook/C.Spa

Photo credit: Facebook/C.Spa

C Spa
437 Boylston St., Suite 504
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 717-4780
www.cspaboston.com

This private massage and skin studio offers a full menu of spa services to both men and women. The relaxing environment and therapeutic treatments allow you to reduce stress and clear your mind even on the most hectic of days. Choose a classic massage or facial, or enhance your experience with an add-on eye treatment, peel or hand and foot exfoliation. Express 30-minute services are also available, so you can schedule a facial, massage or peel over your lunch hour.Related: Guide To A Three-Day Weekend In Vermont

Kim Vareika is the owner of Vareika Personal Training and Yoga in Plainville. She has been in the fitness industry for over ten years, and believes that wellness is about more than just physical health. When she is not teaching, practicing, or writing, she resides in Bridgewater where she enjoys spending time with family, friends, and her nephew Caesar. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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