300-year-old Russian cedar barrels envelop bodies with herb-infused steam, and massage therapists gently knead backs on adjacent tables
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- $19 for one steam-barrel session (a $59 value)
- $45 for one steam-barrel session and a 30-minute massage (a $104 value)
- $55 for three steam-barrel sessions (a $177 value)
- $129 for three steam-barrel sessions and three 30-minute massages (a $312 value)
Spa technicians enclose patrons in Siberian Spa barrels, sealing them in from the neck down with metal latches and a wooden lid before setting temperature on a digital gauge. A plush towel wrapped around the guest’s neck helps hold in herbal steam, and perspiration coaxes out toxins, encourages circulation, and sloughs off water weight. After climbing out of the barrel and briefly relaxing in a chair, patrons recline on a massage table while a massage therapist kneads deep layers of muscle and connective tissue.Victoria Med Spa
When greeting new clients, the receptionists and medical staff at Victoria Med Spa can listen to concerns, analyze needs, and talk about the weather in Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, or Greek, as well as English. These same therapists then treat injuries or bolster general well-being through custom weight-loss plans and holistic treatments backed by medical-grade equipment. Medical staffers man FDA-approved Venus Freeze and Zerona lasers to tighten skin and reduce the volume of fatty tissue, or perform teeth-whitening treatments to leave pearlies ready to gnaw through velvet ropes. Slow sighs drift from treatment rooms in which therapists gently knead muscles during deep-tissue or underwater massages or submerge patients in herbal steam inside barrels crafted from 300-year-old Russian cedar without nails or glue.
As part of each service, mugs of hot herbal tea warm hands and unfurl delicate floral aromas. The staff also promote mental well-being by surrounding patients with sea-foam-green walls, eclectic artwork, and candles, and by handpicking each musical note as it emerges from the spa stereo.