Cope With The Stress of Summer Ending With These 4 New NYC Spas

Justin Wu | September 16, 2019 | Style & Beauty

Overcome your postsummer stress with these newly opened wellness sanctuaries.

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The windowless space at Standard Dose is designed with muted colors and curvy angles, while the faux skylight imitates the natural light in the room.

STANDARD DOSE

Online retailer Standard Dose opened its first physical destination for those wanting to explore CBD but are unsure where to start. A rooftop is reserved for outdoor yoga, meditation classes ($22), workshops and community events, and the lower level is a spa complete with beauty services and body treatments. 1145 Broadway, standarddose.com

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Ila Spa seeks a holistic spa experience

ILA SPA AT LOTTE NEW YORK PALACE

Ila Spa partnered with Lotte New York Palace for a holistic spa and exclusive products. Located in NYC’s largest luxury hotel, the 7,000-square-foot spa and fitness center offers a variety of massage treatments (from $125) and facials (from $175). Ila Spa focuses on three distinctive pathways of well-being: The Big Sleep, Life in the Fast Lane and a Helping Hand for Hormones. 455 Madison Ave., lottenypalace.com

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In a business model similar to WeWork’s, JA Studios NYC allows clients to book with individual hairstylists, eyebrow and makeup specialists, massage therapists and estheticians located at one chic space.

JA STUDIOS NYC

Founded by colorist Jennifer Albert, the beauty, lifestyle and wellness studio offers yoga sessions and holistic spa therapy, and an outdoor rooftop garden allows clients to find their Zen. Prices upon request, 355 W. Broadway, jastudiosnyc.com

RESET

Through the mahogany door, guests see an 800-pound piece of smoky quartz, marking the entrance of Reset. In the stunning Nolita space, the wellness outpost offers classes (from $40) such as breathwork, gong immersion meditation and sound meditation. 181 Mott St., resetnyc.com



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Photography by: standard dose photo by David Mitchell; Lotte New York Palace photo courtesy of Lotte New York Palace; JA Studios NYC photo courtesy of JA Studios NYC