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Vacation Relaxation: Top Spas In St. Louis

March 22, 2014 8:00 AM

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Whether you’re looking for an indulgent spa environment with whirlpools and flower petals, a quasi-medical facial treatment, acupuncture or pain management, you can find what you need in and around the city.
indigo Vacation Relaxation: Top Spas In St. Louis

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Indigo Massage and Wellness
1901 Arsenal St.
St. Louis, MO 63118
(314) 276-9882
www.indigomassagetherapy.com

This little yoga studio and massage business in the Benton Park neighborhood is one of the most loved spas in St. Louis. The studio in front offers a nice selection of yoga classes in an inviting space, with gleaming hardwood floors and slate blue walls. Indigo has a dual massage room for couples, and offers hot stone massages, Thai yoga bodywork and Reiki treatments along with more traditional rubdowns. Acupuncture and moxibustion are the most unique treatments offered. If you work in the restaurant industry, are a healthcare provider or a “hero,” (firefighter/police/EMT/military) look for special discounted rates.

fourseason Vacation Relaxation: Top Spas In St. Louis

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Spa at the Four Seasons Hotel
999 North 2nd St.
St. Louis, MO 63102
(314) 881-5800
www.fourseasons.com

If you’re looking for a full-blown luxury spa environment with a complete menu of services, the Four Seasons is your place. From the valet parking to the lavender-scented reception area, you will be treated to a luxurious, indulgent experience. Massage treatments have poetic names like Chakrassage, Mother’s Bliss and Rhythm of the River. Four Seasons will pamper you with whirlpool tubs, steam rooms and a full range of body treatments, facials and manicures.

pureharmony Vacation Relaxation: Top Spas In St. Louis

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Pure Harmony Day Spa
13030 Manchester Road
Des Peres, MO 63131
(314) 822-9907
www.pureharmonyspa.com

If you’re looking for a full assortment of beauty treatments in addition to the usual array of massage services, you should consider Pure Harmony. Body wraps, polishes and airbrush tanning services will leave your skin toned, smooth and glowing. Facial treatments range from microdermabrasion and chemical peels to botox and other line-filling treatments. Super-indulgent packages bundle together massages, facials and other treatments to create a day of coddling for your skin and body.

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circleofwellness Vacation Relaxation: Top Spas In St. Louis

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Circle of Health Wellness Center
700 A S. Illinois St.
Belleville, IL 62220
(618) 239-6821
www.circleofhealthwellnesscenter.com

For medical massage, it’s hard to beat the experienced massage therapists at Circle of Wellness. The experience here is more clinical and less luxurious than a spa, and the focus is long-term relief from chronic pain. The therapists at Circle of Health have decades of experience and specialized training that go well beyond those found in a typical spa. They are often able to solve long-term pain and mobility issues that have confounded doctors. Whether you have a sports injury or a long-term pain issue, Circle of Health might be able to offer blessed relief. 

soundstone Vacation Relaxation: Top Spas In St. Louis

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Sound Stone Massage Spa
197 Watson Plaza
St Louis, MO 63126
(314) 488-1888
www.sound-stone.com

Sound Stone is a little different from other massage spas. For one thing, the business prides itself on giving clients every minute of massage they pay for. The clock starts when the therapist begins the massage, not when you walk through the door. The Sound Wave Deep Relaxation table vibrates gently with the tidal rhythms of the relaxation music. Aromatherapy is always included, and stones can be added to any massage. Facials, skincare, waxing and package deals are also available. The spa’s most popular treatment is the Stone and Sound Sampler, which allows you try out some of the sound and massage styles for only $55. 

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Lauren Haas was the founder and publisher of The St. Louis Area Family Gazette magazine, and editor-in-chief of Marketplace Magazine. Now, Lauren is a full-time freelance writer who travels the world, using St. Louis as her base. Contact her at Lauren@LaurenHaas.com

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