Signature bodywork sessions combine Swedish and deep-tissue massage to promote relaxation
About This Deal
- This relaxing Signature Swedish massage will ease you into an indulging state of mind. Through long, even strokes you will experience improved circulation and ease away tension.
- Massage therapists’ names and license numbers:
- Yimei Wang R02224
- De Tai Yong R02745
- Liqin Peng R02638
- Chunmei Jiang R02424
- Man Bum Hahn R01800
- Aly Villagomez R03192
- Brenda Charles R02166
- Learn more about what to expect at a massage
- Learn more about the different types of massages
- With HEPA filter, using UV light in each room, three layers of sheets per client, waterproof cover for the massage table and face cradle, and alcohol to wipe all surfaces, Tea Spa strives to maintain a certain level of hygiene. All clients should wear shoe covers (provided at the front door), sanitize their hands, get the temperature measured before each massage, and wear a mask at the spa (may not remove the mask when lying face-down).
About Tea Spa
Hanging lamps throw flickers of amber light onto the dark walls of Tea Spa's lobby, a tranquil cove that foreshadows the pampering performed beyond the front room. Included on a list of Washingtonian magazine's "Great Day Spas 2013," the spa's licensed massage therapists use varied massage techniques, essential oils, and hot towels during bodywork treatments such as a signature massage. Clients can also use their brief reprieve from the harshly lit outside world to nourish skin with a vitamin-infused facial or to decompress in the infrared sauna and bid adieu to toxins before they have a chance to settle in and wire the body for basic cable.