Supple Spa - The Romantic Spa Featured in MTV
 
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NewYork magazine's profile /  Sarah Walker
Supple Spa came to be after its founder detected a lack of—and high demand for—day spas for couples. Located steps from Sixth Avenue, the spa's cheerless entrance serves as a vivid contrast to what's inside: Past the hushed and dimly lit reception area, behind paper screens, potted orchids, and live topiaries, is a lineup of private rooms, each with its own romantic theme. The Paris Room, decorated to resemble a Parisian terrace, is set up for side-by-side massages; the Daydream Room offers the same, with a sauna and a pair of step machines; and the Sunset Room is a small lounge area with double mani pedi massaging chairs and a karaoke machine. Then there's the Tokyo Room, an Asiatic recess where clients can take in the Royal Bath Massage—a 50-minute Swedish or Deep Tissue massage, followed by a full body salt scrub, and a soak in a wooden tub filled with hot water, rose petals, and lemons. Other services include waxing, collagen treatments, and deep pore facials using Dermalogica products. Not solely for those with an eye on romance, Supple hosts parties ......
 
 
Time Out New York 2011
 Supple Spa: Pink Rub55 W 19th St between Fifth and Sixth Aves, second floor (212-929-5948, supplespa.com). $150.
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Technician Jasmine began with a light massage through a body-covering towel, to gauge my muscle tension. Next she treated my whole frame to some deep-tissue shiatsu, and then rubbed me down with a pink-colored mineral salt solution, to improve my circulation and polish my skin into a noticeably smoother state. After cleaning me off with a hot towel, she applied a cool, fragrant pink cream and ended with a scalp massage.

Best part:
Jasmine deeply stretched my quads during the cream application (bending each of my legs back far enough that I could kick myself in the butt), adding to the invigorating, athletic feeling I got from the whole 70-minute treatment. When I rose from the table, my muscles felt like they’d just received the same benefits as I’d get from an intense workout—without putting in any sweaty time at the gym.

Why it’s worth it:
The heated massage table left me warm for the entire wintry walk home, and the vigorous kneading kept me relaxed through the next day.—Alison Zeidman
 
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