Covent Garden Health & Beauty
Health & Beauty neighborhood
ESPA Life at Corinthia
10 Whitehall Pl., Covent Garden
The Corinthia in Covent Garden is one of those places that generally lives up to all the hype. As soon as you enter the space you immediately understand why: the interiors are dark, it's covered in Italian marble, and the vibe is moody but polished. The ESPA is one of the city's largest with twenty-nine treatment rooms and even a stainless steel swimming pool. Along with a robust roster of treatments—signature facials and massages—there's also a selection of customized treatments that focus on detox, sleep, pregnancy, and weight loss. The best part? Their day spa offerings include access to everything from the gym and thermal floor to the sauna and steam rooms and relaxation areas.
The Door, Catherine St., Covent Garden
Fabi Waisbort's West End practice is a go-to for the London theatre crowd. Using a mix of osteopathy, acupuncture, and massage, Fabi and his team will cure just about any pain or ailment whether you're performing or not.
Wallacespace, 2 Dryden Street, Covent Garden
We were sad to see Triyoga's beautiful, Primrose Hill location go, but are more than satisfied with its new airy, Camden replacement. Beyond their well-known yoga and pilates classes—by far, some of the best the city has to offer—it's also worth checking out their infrared sauna sessions, craniosacral massage, intuitive readings, and nutritional, EFT, and CBT therapy (depending on what you're after). They offer additional services at Triyoga locations in Camden, Soho, and Chelsea.
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