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Health and wellness in Chinatown, Manhattan

Spas

Massage Studio
“DJs spin both upstairs & downstairs, housed in a former "erotic" massage parlor that's complete with the original waist-high showerheads & plenty of mysterious alcoves where you can break away.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Massage Studio
“A legit, no-frills, no nonsense, no hanky panky massage place in the heart of Chinatown. Try the reflexology foot massage after a day of sightseeing!!”
  • 4 locals recommend
Spa
  • 1 local recommends
Massage Studio
“This no-frills Chinatown foot spa isn’t lavish—you’re in and you’re out. But it’s a great place for a quick massage if you’re on a budget. They focus on reflexology—primarily on the foot, but also the back. You can ask for a back or shoulder massage. You can pay for your massage with a credit card, but cash tips are recommended!”
  • 3 locals recommend
Spa
“Cannot beat the prices. You can get an hour massage for $39 and it's very good massage! They allow walk-ins, but I recommend booking an ​appointment by phone. They can typically get you an appointment within a few hours as they have 3 floors of spa rooms and several massage therapists on staff. Great for couples massages also. Very relaxing ambience. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Spa
“No frills massage place with very strong, affordable massages. The best place if you need some real work done! You will feel like a new person. ”
  • 1 local recommends
Spa
  • 2 locals recommend
Beauty Salon
“immaculate deep cleansing facials using only pure, preservative and paraben free products.”
  • 2 locals recommend

Gyms

Yoga Studio
“This is my yoga studio, my dream space. It’s light and bright, not dogmatic or preachy, with lots of plants. There’s a sunken lounge where students can hang. I like to take a yoga class and book an infrared sauna session for after. It’s a real treat and very effective for clearing out stagnation, leaving you feeling incredible! Nate Martinez and Sara Auster do group sound baths where they come in with crystal bowls, chimes, wooden percussion instruments, gongs, and harmoniums. Sound therapy brings you into a blissful subconscious state—think REM sleep—which can be super potent in helping regain a sense of inner harmony.”
  • 5 locals recommend
Gym
“Beautiful pilates studio in a big loft. Go to Rhys or Heather for the toughest classes.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Gym
“My yoga studio - if you're into yoga, this studio is really lovely, with great people and an inviting space. ”
  • 3 locals recommend
Yoga Studio
“Kumi Sawyers teaches yoga at both of my studios, and she also gives massages in our private treatment room. It’s not always a feel-good massage—she will get to the source of your tension and work it out—but you’ll leave feeling 10 times better. Drink lots of water after! Because the massage is moving through the lymphatic system so much, the body will release toxins. Get them out!”
  • 3 locals recommend
Spa
“No frills massage place with very strong, affordable massages. The best place if you need some real work done! You will feel like a new person. ”
  • 1 local recommends
Gym
“Lol, yes, I’m recommending a CrossFit gym. If your looking for a class to drop in on, this is the best box in walking distance (CrossFit South Brooklyn is the best gym in the city).”
  • 2 locals recommend
Gym
  • 1 local recommends
Gym
“Sweat Yoga offers you a different take on Yoga and is for all levels. They have a very laid back atmosphere and just let you do your own positions once you are comfortable and happy.”
  • 1 local recommends

Beauty salons

Nail Salon
  • 1 local recommends