Day Spa & Massage for Women Service

Spa Party for Women Fort Lee, New Jersey

Spa Guide


Heat Precaution

Visiting New Four Seasosn Spa & Massage is a wonderful body-cleansing experience and can be enjoyed by most people. However, because we use heat to reach a state of relaxation, some clients should use care when using our steam room and sauna and or when receiving a Bliss Treatment.

Having a small, light meal prior to your visit is recommended to prevent any contraindication to high heat.

Those with low and high blood pressure can be affected. High heat causes the capillaries in the skin to dilate, which in effect lowers blood pressure. When this happens, the heartbeat increases to keep blood pressure normal.

Pregnant women should seek the advice of their doctor prior to a spa visit.

The use of drugs and/or alcohol prior to your spa visit is strongly discouraged.

As our guests are using the baths to promote health, we recommend that the communal baths are not used when you are feeling under the weather.

Enjoying Your Massage

Before your massage:

Arriving early is recommended. If you are using the bathing facility, we have many ways to begin your relaxation: soak in the hot pool, sit in the steam room or sauna, or take a long, hot shower.
If you are unable to use the baths, it is beneficial to take a moment to decompress with a cup of tea.
Before the massage begins, your therapist will ask you some questions regarding your treatment. Be prepared to mention any recent surgery, injury, allergy to oils or lotions, skin conditions, or any health concern.

During your massage:

It is common to undress completely, but you may leave your underwear on if that is more comfortable for you. During Swedish massage the body remains completely covered except the area where the oil is applied. Shiatsu massage keeps the body covered with a towel or sheet throughout the entire massage.

Every body is different so always feel free to communicate your needs and preferences with your therapist before and during your massage. Which areas of your body feel tense, achy, tight or sore? Do you like deep pressure? Do you prefer a lighter, more soothing touch?
Deep work is perceived differently by everyone. Therapeutic deep work should never make you feel uncomfortable. If at any time during your massage, you experience discomfort or pain, please communicate immediately with your therapist.
Relax, breathe, and close your eyes. This is your time.

After a massage:

Massage therapy promotes circulation and the release of toxins from body tissues. Drinking water will help to flush the toxins and prevent dehydration.

Massage is essentially passive exercise. You may feel exhilarated, calmly relaxed, euphoric, or slightly sore following your massage. These effects may last for a few hours or a few days.

It is our honor to assist you on your path to health. Until next time, Peace, Shanti.

 

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Perfect Package for your spa day, Body Cleansing, Massage & Facial & Shampoo(2 Hour)