One block from the warm springs in a historic building. Treatments include facials, pedicures, manicures, and various wraps. Massage-ranging from therapeutic to aroma-stone and raindrop therapy to Reiki and reflexology-is an art form at Atasia. Berkeley Springs’ healing waters fill private whirlpools, generate steam in the new Eucalyptus Steam room, and provide a luxurious rinse from 5 showerheads to complement mud treatments and sugar scrubs. Atasia is the dream of master massage therapist, Frankie Tan, who designed and built the spa with its unique blend of Asian and western decor. All of Atasia’s therapists are licensed in their specialties.
Berkeley Springs’ Salt Cave is a man-made Himalayan Salt Cave intended to reproduce the unique microclimate and the healing properties of the deep salt caves within the Himalayan Mountains that have been used for centuries for their incredible effects. It includes over 7,000 pounds of Himalayan Salt and technology to create a Unique Wellness Experience. Dry salt air is dispersed into an enclosed environment through a unique process generated by a halogenerator. Himalayan Salt environment incorporates a variety of sights, sounds, lighting, & textures to provide a calm, relaxing and rejuvenating experience for our clients.
The original warm mineral springs are the centerpiece of various treatments offered to the public in two facilities operated by the state of West Virginia. The newly renovated main bathhouse provides massage, facials, body treatments, sauna sessions, and Roman or whirlpool baths filled with mineral water accessed directly from the springs located in the park. The historic Roman Bath House on the north end of the park has 9 individual, 750-gallon walk-in tubs in private chambers available for 30 or 60-minute sessions. The park is located in the heart of town and has an outdoor pool open in summer, a public tap for free spring water, and open pools of springs run-off. Budget-conscious spa-goers love the park’s modest prices.
Evelyn has many years of experience practicing massage therapy in the Berkeley Springs. Her training includes Neuromuscular Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, Swedish massage, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, La Stone Therapy and Reiki. These modalities can be combined to provide an integrated massage experience or requested on their own according to the client’s needs. She is available at her office in Coolfont’s Swim and Fitness Center or on-site by appointment.
Personal training, one on one for aqua and land. Also offing one on one swim lessons. Specializing in functional fitness for seniors. Stoke recovery exercises. Strength Conditioning for pre and post joint replacement.
Tamme Marggraf, MAc, a licensed acupuncturist, uses acupuncture to promote an individual’s healthy energy flow. Tamme also offers classes for your group that assists individuals in raising their personal vibration. Classes include Nature’s Five Phases, Return of the Divine Feminine, and Personal Empowerment through Energy Medicines. Group acupuncture is also available for people interested in sharing a sacred healing experience.
Located at Cacapon Resort State Park with beautiful mountain views the spa offers massage, facials, facial enhancements, full body scrubs, waxing, nail services and packages.
For sheer pampering pleasure, nothing beats A Renaissance Spa at the Country Inn of Berkeley Springs. Sitting high above the town, spa guests are presented with a fantastic view and treated daily to famed mineral whirlpool baths for two set in private rooms, full body massages, facials, manicures, pedicures, waxing, and various beauty treatments. All are provided by certified and trained professionals.
A treatment feels like a wonderful glowing radiance that flows through and around you. Reiki treats the whole person including body, emotions, mind and spirit creating many beneficial effects that include relaxation and feelings of peace, security, and well-being.
Massage and yoga therapy to enhance well-being in body, mind and spirit. Incorporating a variety of modalities including: Swedish and deep tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, yoga postures, breath work and mindful meditation. Christina Page is a board certified massage therapist and certified yoga therapist. Call for appointment.
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