Oriental Body Work Deals in New York
PROMOTION DETAILS: 3 popular massage techniques combined into 1! - Acupressure to re balance your bodyâs energy - Swedish to promote relaxation, stimulate skin and nervous system - Thai to invigorate good circulation *Clients will receive 20% off second visit of any spa services if they "Like" the Facebook Page for The Mandarin Spa* WHY YOU WILL LOVE IT: As fabulous as NYC is, itâs true when they say itâs the city that doesnât sleep and weâre all about the hustle and bustle, hence not always easy surviving in this concrete jungle, but we do it and we love it. Being active and contributing our efforts to the workforce gives us drive and purpose, however we should balance our day out for some peace and relaxation. The Mandarin Spa is that sanctuary to escape the day in and day out stresses, where you can be at one with yourself, with any of the various spa treatments they offer. The most recent treat they added to their menu is the Massage Combination Package, a â3 For Allâ, an hour of massage therapy meshing Traditional Oriental Acupressure, Swedish Massage and Thai Massage. After the professional masseuse works her healing hands on you, you will walk out refreshed, recharged and rejuvenated! Traditional Oriental Acupressure is an ancient technique of applying pressure to certain points of the body as a way to bring about healing, will put you in an ultimate state of mental tranquility and physical relaxation. The practice of acupressure was basically established on the belief that, within each of us, there is an energy that continually flows from head to toe, known as âqiâ. When our âqiâ is disrupted and out of balance, the body will experience problems in health and wellness. Acupressure can offset and treat the flow and bring the self back into balance and health. Swedish Massage is a full-body massage with oil, using long gliding strokes and soothing manipulation of the upper layers of the muscles to promote relaxation, and stimulate the skin and nervous system. Thai Massage is a beautiful and elegant 2,500 year old healing modality, consisting of slow rhythmic compressions on the muscles, deep flowing stretches and thumb presses on specific energetic pathways. The basic theory of the work is to open and create space within the body, balancing it and allowing it the freedom to move and work harmoniously. Thai Massage has been found to oxygenate the blood, which aids in good circulation and it "creates space in the body." THE SCOOP: Letâs meet the Owner, Lisa C: Lisa C. was born in Tieling, China, which is in the north of Liaoning Province with an abundance of mountains and hills. Sheâs happy to offer her clients the ancient Chinese techniques of acupressure and reflexology that she learned in China. Her interest in traditional Chinese medical practices of healing through acupressure and herbal medicine comes naturally. Her grandfather, her father and many current relatives have all been involved in Chinese acupressure and reflexology. Lisaâs sister is an herbologist working in a Chinese medicinal pharmacy, creating traditional therapeutic medications from herbs and ancient recipes. As per Lisa: âIn New York City, there are many reasons for pain and stress to invade our bodies. I believe it is my job, and the healing therapists who work with me, to rebalance the Qi and create a regenerative, holistic experience for my clients. I wish to help remove stress and pain from my clients' bodies in a clean, relaxed and modern setting.â WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING: âMy favorite massage place. I have been going to this spa for some time now. I go every week for a facial massage, sometimes for a foot massage during my lunchtime (the place is just two minutes walk from my work). I love this clean, calm place, professional staff, soft music: you are totally relaxed during the massages (of course, depending on how deep you want it to be). They make you feel very comfortable inside and out. I've already recommended it to my friends and they are now totally in love with The Mandarin Spa, just like I am. I highly recommend it to everybody.â - MarGri, Citysearch âI enjoyed the visit very much. The combination stretching and deep tissue was unique. Some of the techniques were quite intense contortions of my body, unlike any other I have experienced in about 20 years of massage therapy. The price was very reasonable. The therapist referred to it as Thai massage. After a flight from Israel for 13.5 hours and train ride from Philly, I needed some knots worked out. I felt amazing afterwards and all day. I was able to function in a business setting the same day and stay through the dinner hour. I strongly suggest you try this service.â - Stu S., Yelp Click HERE to visit The Mandarin Spa Value : $110Buy now: $49
Body out of whack since you crashed your rental Porsche into the rear end of an 18-wheeler? Oh wait, that was Lindsay Lohan. But still, you've got a few kinks to work out. We're offering a one-hour acupuncture session with consultation for $29 (reg. $95) or two sessions with consultation for $49 (reg. $160) at BEING Natural Medicine. Talk out your concerns (fatigue? weight gain? stress?) with licensed acupuncturist Erika S. Gabriello before undergoing the ancient Chinese treatment. Tiny, sterile needles will be inserted into special points on your body to unblock your energy flow and improve overall health. Plus, Erika will craft a custom nutritional guide to promote long-term wellness. A board-certified specialist, Erika holds a master's degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine. She'll help you lawyer limber up.
Acupuncture can ease the aches and pains caused by working on your feet all day and spending all night in an alley full of rocks and garbage. Pick yourself up with this Groupon. $39 for One Hour of Acupuncture and Tui Na ($100 Value) One-hour sessions start with 10–20 minutes of tui na, an acupressure massage that aims to ease muscular tension in the neck, shoulders and back with precise pressures delivered along the body's meridians. Afterward, the acupuncturist inserts hair-thin needles at key locations to redirect energy and promote relaxation and healing. Center Acupuncture At Center Acupuncture, licensed acupuncturist, ...