The Shenandoah Valley is filled with beautiful landscapes, rich historical landmarks and hidden treasures tucked into the small towns that call the Valley and surrounding area home. Nestled among the eclectic gifts shops, cozy coffee house and delightful antique stores are places to pamper your body, mind, and soul. Whether you’re looking for an escape from the hustle of life in DC, or you want to relax in your own back yard, one of these day spa’s in the Shenandoah Valley are sure to please you.
The Healing Oasis of Luray
This full service spa truly is an oasis. Their new location offers all the convenience of being in town yet still envelops their customers with a relaxing atmosphere of seclusion and fulfillment. They offer a wide range of services without getting sucked into the “trend” scene. Their doors open at 10 AM and stay open until 6 PM Tuesday through Friday. On Saturday’s they close a little earlier at 4 PM.
SPA 122 & Salon
From toes to hair and everything in between, the friendly staff at this New Market spa have got a service that’s tailor made for you or so it would seem. They offer some of the newest treatments and focus on Paul Mitchell hands on training for their stylist. They are also passionate about the community and support a variety of causes local and national causes. Their hours vary from 9 AM to 7 PM depending on the day and they are closed Sunday and Monday.
Skin And Zen
Located on the edge of Harrisonburg, Skin and Zen offers deep relaxation and pampering. They offer some of the newest treatments to get your skin looking as young as you feel. They use only the best products, such as YonKa, GloMinerals and Olbas. If you have skin problems, such as dryness or acne, their line of treatments will give you the relief you want and the results you need.
The Beauty Spa
This Harrisonburg day spa uses the Aveda products in their services and treatments, leaving a better world and creating a blissful experience for their customers. Their customers constantly rave about the historical building, personal attention and lasting relaxation. They open as early as 9 AM Monday through Saturday to better meet your needs.
These are just a few of the great day spas the Shenandoah Valley has to offer and are by no means the only way to relax and get pampered, but little beats the feeling of a hot stone massage.