What kind of massages are offered at The Spa at Four Seasons New York?

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There are 10 different types of massages that we offer at The Spa at Four Seasons New York:

Four Seasons New York Custom: Our skilled therapist will customize your massage according to your individual needs, to promote circulation and soothe sore muscles. Techniques may include deep tissue, Swedish and stretches. The 25-minute service is $145, 50 minutes is $225, 80 minutes is $285 and 110 minutes is $365.

Acupressure with Back Walking: In this pressure-point massage, your therapist uses her body weight, supported by parallel ceiling bars, to apply pressure with palms or feet. The treatment relieves muscle tension and promotes circulation. The 50-minute treatment is $230, 80 minutes is $300 and 110 minutes is $375.

Aromatherapy Elixir: Using essential oils of the guest’s choosing, this individualized treatment relaxes, detoxifies, boosts the immune system and releases muscle tension. The 25-minute service is $165, 50 minutes is $245, 80 minutes is $305 and 110 minutes $385.

Jet Lag: Rebalance and soothe the travel-weary body and mind with this treatment, specifically designed to relieve jet lag. Begin with a full-body dry-brush exfoliation. Then, hydrating gels and reviving oils are used in an invigorating massage. Complete the treatment with an aromatherapy facial massage. The 80-minute treatment is $285.

Mother-to-Be: A certified therapist will focus on your special needs. Lower back pain and fluid retention in the legs are relieved and stretch marks prevented, using a specially blended oil and cream. For 50 minutes, it costs $225, and 80 minutes is $285.

Shiatsu: In one of the most ancient forms of massage, the therapist applies pressure to specific points using thumbs, palms, elbows, knees and feet to release tension in overworked muscles. The treatment also helps balance the body’s energy flow. The 25-minute treatment is $145, 50 minutes is $225 and 80 minutes $285.

Hot stone: Warmed lava stones are placed along the body’s meridians and are used throughout the massage to knead and soothe sore, tired muscles. The 80-minute treatment is $300 and 110 minutes is $375.

Thai Ceremony: Heated herbal packs containing revitalizing herbs are used to knead overworked muscles. Traditional Thai stretches are also used to soothe stiff muscles and ligaments. This treatment has a therapeutic, relaxing and invigorating effect on both body and mind. The 80-minute treatment is $300 and 110 minutes is $375.

Reflexology: In the ancient art of reflexology, areas on the hands and feet corresponding to all parts of the body are stimulated. Tension and stress are relieved in a natural way. The 25-minute treatment is $145, 50 minutes is $225 and 80 minutes is $285.

Four Hands at Four Seasons: The four-hand massage is literally that — two massage therapists working together to soothe muscle pain, reduce stress and provide double the relaxation. The 50-minute treatment is $365 and 80 minutes is $480.

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