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treeterville has taken a new spin on health, well- ness, and spa services with companies like Heavenly Massage, KB Fitness Solu- tions, Massage Envy, Peninsu- la Spa, and Thrive Integrative Medical Spa.

HEAVENLY MASSAGE, conveniently located on State Street, as well as several suburban locations, and as the name implies, everything from the lighting, to the mu- sic, including the design itself has been created for complete relaxation. Specializing in a variety of massage tech- niques, the spa offers a num- ber of personalized treatments including, hot stone therapy and aromatherapy wraps. Complimentary herbal teas, coffee, private showers and steam rooms, create an envi- ronment of what many clients have called a “heavenly expe- rience.” | Heavenlymassage. com, 312-202-0213


INC, formerly Escape 2 Fitness Co., launched this October 2011. Owner, Karen Bobos, MSed, acknowledged that their service line was evolving and a fresh look made sense. Still providing in-home personal train- ing, massage, nutrition, and professional chef services, KB Fitness Solutions also brings health and wellness to the workplace helping employers lower health care claims cost

and improving employee mo- rale and work performance. Corporate programming can be as extensive as a full fit- ness program to a lower-scale start of healthy presentations or group yoga classes in a conference room. Coming January 2012, they will be launching Skinny Socials. Enjoy guilt-free cocktails and appetizers, skincare and hand treatments by Beauty on Call and Glossed & Found, and gift bags filled with products and special offerings. |, 312-222-1414


ing three locations to choose from in the Chicagoland area alone, specializes in providing massages and facials through a three, six, or twelve-month membership. With over 700 locations nationwide, clients can choose Swedish, deep, sport-specific, pre-natal, and cranial massages to name a few. However, their signature service is Hot Stone Envy, in which hot stones are applied to help promote circula- tion and lymph movement. There’s never a need to envy getting a massage again with a membership that keeps a massage at your fingertips regardless of where you travel. |, 312-222-0808

PENINSULA SPA, firmly established by travel experts as a sublime urban escape,


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the spa overlooks Chicago’s skyline on top the Peninsula Chicago. The spa is designed to revitalize the mind, body, and spirit, through luxurious skin and body treatments. To mention a few of the spa’s features, serene treatment rooms and suites, a relaxation lounge with fireplaces, euca- lyptus steam room, jacuzzi, indoor pool, sundeck, and delicious spa cuisine -- the perfect warming welcome from Chicago’s cold winter. Make worries melt away in a retreat of aesthetic bliss. | 312-337-2888, Peninsula. com/Chicago


MEDICAL SPA, located in Lakeview and the Gold


Coast, is the number one medical spa and rejuvena- tion center in Chicago and is dedicated to providing clients with the highest quality of care and state of the art treatments for cosmetic and skin rejuvenation . The center offers a comprehensive array of cosmetic laser, esthetic and wellness services to its clientele including, but not limited to: laser hair removal, BOTOX®, chemical peels, cellulite treatments, facials, rosacea therapy, varicose and spider vein therapy, and acupuncture. Complimen- tary initial consultations help clients decide what service is best for their specific concerns and budget. | Thrivemedspa. com, 312-932-9500

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