Want to know where to go when it comes to massage spots in Chicago? Here are the top-rated massage offerings in the city, based on data from Yelp, Facebook and ClassPass (a monthly fitness membership that provides access to thousands of different studios, gyms and wellness offerings).
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507 N. Wells St., River North
DVida Spa is Chicago's favorite massage spot by the numbers, with 4.8 stars out of 47 reviews on ClassPass, 4.5 stars out of 207 reviews on Yelp and 878 fans on Facebook.
"Located in the heart of River North, their mission embellishes the true essence of life and vitality," according to the business's ClassPass profile. "Owned by Dr. Charles Campbell, DVida Spa's professional services concentrate on licensed techniques and state of the art technology that are truly on the cutting edge of the skin and body care industry. Their highly trained staff has a true passion to make people feel great about themselves."
Take a look at reviews of the services at DVida Spa on ClassPass here.
201 N. State St., Floor 5, The Loop
"Escape to the ultimate retreat, [email protected], a peaceful, urban oasis located on the fifth floor of The Wit hotel," per the business's ClassPass profile. "This casual yet sophisticated private spa provides a calming energy amidst the bustling nature of downtown Chicago. Enjoy tranquility and relaxation through luxurious treatments that will de-stress and unwind your body and mind."
"Our Spa is a quiet yet invigorating retreat in the heart of Chicago's theater, business and retail district," its Yelp page continues. "Casual sophistication in an urban spa environment with four creatively appointed treatment spaces will allow your mind to unwind and your body relax. After business meetings or shopping, take a breath and de-stress."
Learn more about the services at [email protected] on ClassPass here.
A Focused Touch
948 W. Huron, River West
With 4.8 stars out of five reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of six reviews on Yelp and 204 fans on Facebook, A Focused Touch holds its own among the competition.
"A Focused Touch is bodywork for longevity!" according to the business's profile on ClassPass. "Your treatment will be tailored to meet your unique needs."
"A Focused Touch started in 2009 when a previous job decided to close it's doors," A Focused Touch states on its Yelp page. "My office at the Healing Room has been home ever since! I also offer in-home visits, or an alternate Lincoln Park location whenever the Healing Room is being used by my colleagues."
See what people are saying about the services at A Focused Touch on ClassPass here.
Being Body Aware
1811 W. North Ave., Suite 202, Wicker Park
With five stars out of four reviews on ClassPass, five stars out of eight reviews on Yelp and 182 fans on Facebook, Being Body Aware is another popular local pick.
"From professional cellists and bar managers to surgeons and triathletes, their clients often have careers and hobbies that are physically and mentally grueling," explains the business's profile on ClassPass. "They greatly benefit from routine care and maintenance to feel their best. They are located on the border of Bucktown and Wicker Park, just east of the Six Corners."
"We know from personal experience how easily aches can wreak havoc on your daily life, which is why we've dedicated our career to alleviating pain for others," Being Body Aware notes on its Yelp page. "For nearly two decades, we've worked with clients to better understand and listen to their bodies."
"Being Body Aware is devoted to massage therapy with purpose," continues its Yelp page. "We specialize in deep tissue, relaxing massage techniques and stretches to alleviate your chronic aches and pains. Whether you are an ambitious athlete, rehabbing from an injury, or have a strenuous day job, we tailor sessions and develop robust schedules to best meet your needs."
See what people are saying about the offerings at Being Body Aware on ClassPass here.
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