City’s Premier Spa Debuts

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Special To Black Star News

To much fanfare, The Banyan CitiSpa recently opened its doors. With a mission to provide a sanctuary of healing with a higher level of care for your health, beauty and wellness, The Banyan CitiSpa boasts a wet room, Thai massage room and supremely tranquil oriental décor. This lavish day spa provides a plethora of designer treatments for the entire body and an afternoon of relaxation that will wash away the tension that New York City life can bring.

More than just a full service day spa, Banyan goes the extra mile and offers an unparalleled assortment of today’s most coveted items for the New York Woman. From Spoylt Lingerie to Jaqua Body Sprays, even the most discerning woman will find something to suit her tastes on site at the Banyan shop. Planning for the next marathon or know an athlete that needs some TLC? The spa’s massage therapists’ use a combination of various strokes, such as effleurage, petrissage, friction, tapotement and vibration. They also incorporate deep tissue, Thai, Asian blend shiatsu as well as trigger point work, which gives customers a full body massage designed to ease tension, relieve stress from intense muscle, improved muscle physiology and flexibility to prevent athletes from future injuries.

From the traditional manicure’s and pedicure’s, facials and body massages, to hot stone treatments, body polishers and wraps, each and every treatment at the spa offers a diverse selection of techniques and products that keep your relaxation and comfort in mind. Before there was Banyan, there was an idea. Brought to you highly entrepreneurial minded women with quality in mind, the spa’s caring staff will leave you enlightened and in awe of the beauty of rejuvenation. 

The Britto Agency alongside The Banyan CitiSpa held a gala for the spa’s official ribbon cutting ceremonies recently and some spa enthusiasts at hand included Foxy Brown and Jacque Reid of BET.

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