Flatiron Health & Beauty
Health & Beauty neighborhood
37 E. 28th St., Flatiron
Adele is an expert in Chinese medicine, and treats ailments using a variety of approaches including herbal medicine, medical massage, acupuncture, and cupping. Beyond her gentle approach, it's her kind and wise manner that makes an appointment with her extend beyond healing—we always learn a lot, too.
Eden Fromberg, D.O.
166 5th Ave., Flatiron
Operating out of Holistic Gynecology New York, Dr. Fromberg's roots are in yoga, midwifery, nutrition, and botanical medicine, meaning that if you're in search of a more alternative path to childbirth, she makes a great choice.
Eleven Eleven Wellness Center
32 W. 22nd St., Flatiron
Dr. Frank Lipman and his team of excellent doctors, health coaches, and nutritionists take everything from nutrition to stress to exercise and lifestyle choices into account. In kind, the treatments here are just as wide-ranging: Everything from accupuncture to nutritional counseling is offered and all health issues are treated with a multidisciplinary approach. In the end, many of the solutions offered here involve learning better daily habits for prolonged, sustainable wellness.
1130 Broadway, Flatiron
For exceptional skincare at an accessible price point, head to this facial spa located next-door to Madison Square Park (there’s a second location in Tribeca). With a membership option, flexible scheduling, and a staff of New York State-accredited and licensed estheticians on hand, Heyday manages to make it easier and, most importantly, more convenient than many luxury facial spas to stop in for a last-minute tune-up.
Marie Robinson Salon
155 5th Ave., Flatiron
After years as one of the fashion industry's most celebrated colorists, Marie Robinson opened up her own place with a large team of top makeup artists, colorists, and stylists—all with plenty of fashion and celebrity street-cred of their own.
Olivier Bros, P.T.
286 Fifth Ave., Kips Bay
Trained in physical therapy, osteopathy, homeopathy, and acupuncture a session with Olivier Bros involves a combination of these practices—what's called a manual holistic technique. You generally need a prescription to see him but it is so worth it.
Ophira & Tali Edut
39 W. 14th St., Flatiron
We first discovered Ophira and Tali Edut (otherwise known as the AstroTwins) through their fantastic book, Momstrology, an insightful guide to understanding and dealing with your kids through astrology; we devoured their Love Zodiac next. Their site, and own-brand imprint horoscope books and ebooks, including their popular annual horoscope guides, are all incredible resources. We met with Ophira for an individual session, where she connected through Tarot and photographs. She connects with both the living and the dead, giving deep, unexpected insights into both.
Shari Auth, M.A., L.A.C., L.M.T.
12 W. 27th St., Flatiron
Using a combination of acupuncture, massage, and herbs, Shari Auth can quickly get at the root of what is really bothering you, whether it's anxiety and stress, poor sleep, slow digestion, or some combination of the above.
Stephen Cowan, M.D.
26 E. 36th St., Kips Bay
Focusing on children's health—specifically developmental issues that include autism and ADHD—Dr. Cowan uses a range of modalities, including acupuncture and meditation to focus on the root of the issue. He also has a practice in Mt. Kisco.
The Breathing Project
15 W. 26th St., Flatiron
Run by Leslie Kaminoff, an incredible yogi and bodyworker, The Breathing Project provides in-depth classes for aspiring yoga teachers and for those who are looking to deepen their practice. The center also provides meditation, stress reduction, relaxation, and Reiki healing sessions, which are truly worthwhile.
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