Madrid Health & Beauty
Tracy Anderson Method
Calle Fernando VI, 10, Salamanca
Goop staffers religiously sweat it out at Tracy Anderson’s Brentwood Studio—or at home via the streaming service— and the fitness guru has just opened her first studio outside the United States. The newly renovated LaMarca building in Madrid’s Barrio de Justicia neighborhood is the TA Method’s latest home. Like Anderson’s other state-of-the-art studios, the Spanish iteration doesn’t skimp on the details and you’ll find the Iso-Kinetic bands, the Super G floor, and the signature humidity familiar to regulars as well as a tight edit of fitness apparel and accessories.
Esenza by SHA
Terminal 4 T4 NET, Floor +1 & Terminal 4 SAT, Floor + 1, Barajas
Air travel is notoriously tough on the body, so whether you're coming, going, or killing a few hours during a layover, Sha Wellness Clinic’s mini-outposts in Madrid-Barajas Airport’s terminals 4 and 4S are where you want to be. Facials, massages, blowouts, and mani/pedi services can be scheduled to take up as little as 15 minutes and as long as 60, depending on how much time you can spare. Just as valuable as the quickie treatment menu is the built-in health food café, which offers the option to eat in or take the vegetarian wraps, soups, salads, and smoothies on board.
Hammam al Andalus
Calle de Atocha, 14, Centro
Housed in an excavated cellar, this Arabic-style hammam occupies a candlelit, beautifully restored space. Work your way through a series of hot and cold baths before settling in for the signature Kessa-glove scrub and massage combination treatment—a godsend when the sensory overload that is Madrid gets to be too much. The communal baths and tea room (the mint tea here is kind of legendary) are unisex, so you’re welcome to chill out in the company of your S.O. between treatments—so long as you keep to the strict no-talking rule.