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Body Treatments

24 Sep 2013
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At New Image Day Spa, Body treatments are specific services designed to “treat” the skin of the body. They are an age old tradition and are at the heart of the Spa experience. They are an effective treatment to help promote ultimate health and beauty for your body. Soothe your skin while you enjoy the quiet retreat of our Spa and the meditative, private and personal nature of our sanctuary. All wraps come with a head, neck and shoulder massage or hand and foot moisture treatment. It is ideal to exfoliate at home prior to the wrap or you may purchase personal exfoliation to use in the spa showers prior.

Weddings at New Image Spa

10 Sep 2013
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New Image Day Spa knows how important your wedding day is. Be it a Bridal Shower, Bachelorette Party, or just some quiet time together for Mother & Daughter – we recommend the following to ensure your beautiful mind, body and soul: Two Months Before Wedding: Begin Series of Advanced Specialty Facials and Hot Stone Massages. One Month Before Wedding: Continue Facial and add Luxury Vichy Shower Exfoliation and Make-Up Trial Application. Day or two Before Wedding: Specialty Gelish, Fashion Wrap or French Perfection Manicure and Pedicure add a Classic Back Facial and have a Spa Party. Wedding Day: Luxury Therapeutic Relaxing Massage. Make-Up Application and buy a few take home items for the honeymoon, like massage oil and bath bon bon’s...

What is a Hot Stone Massage?

03 Sep 2013
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Hot stone massage is a variation on classic massage therapy. Heated smooth, flat stones are placed on key points on the body and the massage therapist also hold the stones and use them to massage certain areas of the body. New Image Day Spa has developed our own versions of the hot stone massage using heated, smooth rocks and we incorporate it into the entire massage session. HowDoesHotStoneMassageWork? The hot stones are usually made of basalt, a type of rock that is rich in iron, so they retain heat. River rocks are normally used because they are so smooth – they have been smoothed over time by the river’s current..