Sign up for daily news emails!

News archive

Monday, Feb. 24, 2003

Spa Report 2003

Spa: Note: There is an updated Brooklyn Spa Guide for 2006 Once again, GO Brooklyn’s intrepid reporters have hit the streets and the massage tables to get the skinny on new spas and therapies to improve your skin, your mood or to ease aches and pains. Comment.

CUCKOO FOR COCOA      

Spa: Until now, I thought merely eating chocolate made me feel better. Comment.

SPA PROTOCOL

Spa: · When making your appointment let the spa know if you prefer a man or a woman to perform your services. Don’t wait until you show up, it could be too late for them to accommodate you. Comment.

BABIES LOVE MASSAGE, TOO

Spa: Fashion designer Ann Myers has created the Touch of Love Baby Massage Snuggie to help parents give their infants a gentle pressure point massage. Comment.

ME VS. THE WORLD      

Spa: While I dutifully spent last week loading up on duct tape and Evian in preparation for that looming terrorism attack, I forgot to prepare for a code red of another kind: Valentine’s Day. Comment.

WHERE THE HEART IS       

Spa: While some may claim there is an economic recession going on, the Home Spa in Carroll Gardens doesn’t seem to be feeling the pinch. Comments (2).

A GUY THING      

Spa: Two years ago, in GO Brooklyn’s first-ever Spa Guide, I shook up the borough by proclaiming loud and clear that it’s OK - in fact enjoyable - for a guy to get a paraffin treatment. Comment.

HEART TO HEART      

Spa: Employing traditional Chinese therapies, a new sanctuary in Carroll Gardens offers its patients a couple of necessities that are often missing at the doctor’s office: time and compassion. Comment.

Links