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10 Best Seattle Spas

  • 1. Banya 5
    217 9th Ave N, Seattle • South Lake Union
    Jacob Hollenbeck - I used to frequent this location when I was training heavily in CrossFit. An absolute godsend for recovery. I personally love going from the super hot sauna into the ice cold pool. The massage therapy was nothing special for me. Only got it once. The facility overall is a bit small (and can get cramped) but the experience is excellent.
    Mike Torres - Concrete and brick parilka that gets *far* hotter (240 degrees) than most dry heat saunas, a Turkish steam room, a salt water mineral bath, a 47 degree cold plunge pool, and a 104 degree hot tub. It doesn't take long to feel completely rejuvenated from a hard training session. I don't go all that often (a few times/month max) but when I do, I wonder why it's not part of my regular routine.
    Stuart Nagae - Good massage therapists. The back and forth of the super hot sauna and the cold pool is invigorating.
  • 2801 NW Market St, Seattle • Ballard
    Maile Bohlmann - The nail salon at Habitude is so relaxing and the quality of the treatment is much higher than the cheaper salons nearby. Online booking is super easy, which I love. Highly recommend!
    Hannah Berntson - Habitude is my go-to hair salon and spa. The staff is incredibly friendly and always greet you with a smile and cup of delicious tea. Whether it is a hair trim or a massage, they make the experience relaxing and rejuvenating.
    Elizabeth Scutchfield - My stylist is Dan, and he has both great skills and a very fun personality!
    recommended by Danna Redmond, Megan Peaslee
  • 411 University St, Seattle • Downtown
    Shauna Swerland Youssefnia - penelope has amazing products and services and they run specials often- dont love that i cant shower there
    Chelsia Andreassen - Sam for waxing is the best!
  • 213 Yale Ave N, Seattle • South Lake Union
    Lindsay Pedersen - I love "floating" and Life Float is tied for my favorite (with Oasis Float in Greenwood). Some float places have small claustrophobic "coffins" you climb into, which me no like. Life Float and Oasis Float have very large float areas (Life Float's is actually a pool in a room, and Oasis Float has giant tanks). Sometimes this is the only way to quiet my brain. It's so therapeutic.
    Sarah Bird - Did a salt water dark float the other day at lifefloat. The hour zipped by and it was fascinating being in a liminal state for that long without sleeiping. Had an amazing sleep afterwards with dreams as vivid as childhood sleeps. Will definitely do again!
  • 3131 E Madison St 103, Seattle • Madison Park
    Michelle Flandreau - Frenchy's was recently purchased and has new owners and fantastic new products. If you haven't been in awhile it's time to plan a girls day at Frenchy's!
    Laurel Buckner - Kathy, Van and Lara are amazing!
  • 417 E Pine St p, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Tori Dixon - Flourish is my go-to for my chiropractic needs! It's a calm and relaxing environment with top-tier staff to go with it. Dr. Bri is my favorite chiropractor in the practice. She's super sweet and loves to talk Bachelor with me!
    recommended by Amanda Newcomb
  • 4114 E Madison St, Seattle • Madison Park
    Leslie Feinzaig - This is a quiet, calm, gem of a nail salon. They don't use those yucky foot tubs, which i love. It's not the cheapest, but it's the best value for a reasonable price you'll find in seattle.
    Amy Barker - Does the trick!
  • 8538 1st Ave NW, Seattle • Greenwood
    Lindsay Pedersen - This is a female only spa that has 2 hot pools, a cold pool, 2 saunas, a steam bath and cold plunge. The idea is you rotate between all these pools at your leisure and for as long as you want. Sometimes I get the salt scrub, though often I just go there to sit in the hot tub and read. I've heard their massages are great though never tried one. It's about $30 for a day pass to just hang out in the pools, so feels like a bargain to me, especially if you have a half day to hang out. It's less large and loud than the Korean day spas I've tried in Lynnwood, so a little more luxurious.
    Hannah Ranney - Clean, relaxing, and a convenient place to unwind.
  • 2810 Elliott Ave, Seattle • Belltown
    Martina Welkhoff - I went to this spa for a relaxing day with one of my best friends, and it was everything we hoped for and more! The massages were fantastic, and we also had great facials. The only downside is that the space is relatively small, and it was busy on a weekend day, so it was a little crowded in the dressing room and waiting area. Would still highly recommend!
  • 511 Broadway E, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Martina Welkhoff - Skoah products are amazing and the facials are a lovely experience!
    Katie Myers - They have great treatments and I love their products. Their staff is very helpful and knowledgeable when recommending products.

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Jennifer Haller
about 2 months ago • Bitter Lake
Anyone have recommendations for cupping therapists in Seattle?
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