The LUSH Spa will be a life changer for most in New York and Philadelphia. Fresh, handmade treatments personalized for your body type? Who would not enjoy or love that. LUSH announced recently in their LUSH Times: Fall 2013 that they will be opening a LUSH spa center soon. The process took a while to design because they created a truly uplifting atmosphere.
Inspiration for the spa came from Mark (co-founder) for his love of birdsongs and the Dorset countryside and coastline. In order to accomplish the birdsong aspect, Mark hired Simon Emmerson, a UK folk musician, to create a special track. The interior is remodeled after English spas with fresh flowers, various vintage pieces, and old-fashioned bookshelves. LUSH massage therapists have created seven treatments for this one of a kind North American spa.
The seven treatments are called: Validation, The Comforter?, Synaesthesia, The Good Hour, Tailor Made, The Sound Bath, The Spell. Not your usual spa treatment names, huh? I think that it is very smart of them to move out of the box when it came to designing each treatment in order to stand out from the million other spas in New York City or Philadelphia. It makes people read into what each treatment consists of. For instance, I bet after reading those seven names you had no idea what each one includes.
The treatment I would most like to try would be, The Comforter?, because it sounds very relaxing enjoyable, and practical. This treatment is an exfoliation treatment that consists of rolling body massage, hot chocolate body scrub, and a rose serum specially made for the spa. Another intriguing one would be the Synaesthesia, which LUSH claims to be the signature treatment. In this one, you pick how you want to feel out of 11 different emotions and then your therapist will help you deeply relax with a full body massage. This one sounds quite interesting actually. Do you think that they can really make you feel like one of those 11 emotions? This is a must. I hope that one day I will be able to experience the LUSH spa in New York City and see how LUSH related their store products and values into spa treatments.
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