$20 off weekly visits.
$15 off twice a month visits.
$10 off once a month.
These special rates apply only to 90min treatments and appointments must be booked within a 30 day period.
Looking forward to seeing you soon,
The Malu Healing Room team.
We are excited to introduce new spa treatments in the Healing Room! Here are our May specials:
MUSCLE RELAX (dry exfoliation, warming body wrap with scalp massage, Integrated Massage, hot tea)
This warming treatment is the perfect way to address chronic muscle tension. A thorough exfoliation prepares the skin for a wrap that features your choice of Muscle Relax (a warming and topically relaxing blend of Rosemary, Laurel, and Sweet Marjoram essential oils) or Detoxify (a cleansing blend of Sage, Lemon, Grapefruit, and Juniper Berry essential oils that promote systemic detoxification through the skin) by Snow Lotus Organics. Integrated Massage techniques can be tailored to suit individual needs. You are invited to relax afterwards with your choice of hot tea. We recommend a spicy and warming cup of Tali’s Masala Chai by the Art of Tea.
STRESS RELEASE (gentle skin polish, hydrating wrap with foot scrub, Classic Massage, hot tea)
This cooling and hydrating treatment begins with a gentle yet thorough exfoliation of the skin. The microfiber mitt is yours to keep after the treatment. Your choice of essential oils are blended into a base of aloe and applied to the skin. Enjoy an invigorating sea salt foot scrub while resting in the wrap. Warm towels are used to cleanse the skin in preparation for Classic Massage. You are invited to relax afterwards with your choice of hot tea. We recommend relaxing with a cup of Egyptian Camomile by the Art of Tea.
Both treatments are 90 minutes long and cost $125. FOR THE MONTH OF MAY, WE ARE OFFERING THESE TREATMENTS AT THE INTRODUCTORY RATE OF $99!
About the therapist:
Malia Helela is a licensed massage therapist and esthetician with over 16 years of massage experience.
“The heart has its reasons that reason does not know.”
Q&A with Malia
Jiva means life and Atma means soul. Jivatma means the incarnate divine essence in this human existence.
I don’t have a memory of a first treatment per say… Massage was always a part of my life… My very first memories of massage are with my mother starting at the age of 4 and up. My mother was very influential in my becoming aware of the importance and benefits of touch. She would always massage me and whenever I would get hurt (which was often, being such an energetic little girl!), she would lay her hands on me and rub off the pain. Always telling me that our hands are our greatest tools and allies.