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Upper East Side Health & Beauty

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Erika Bloom Pilates
14 E. 60th St., Upper East Side
To get the best sculpt and tone in the business, Erika Bloom Pilates has three New York locations, one in Connecticut, and a new studio in Los Angeles. Each space is flooded with natural light, making it a relaxing and—oh yes, we’re going to go there—fun workout. The studio’s knowledgeable staff curate personalized routines that borrow from Pilates, yoga, Alexander technique, Feldenkrais, and weight training. There are also programs for pre- and post-natal women, osteoporosis, injury prevention, acupuncture, bodywork, and holistic health consulting.
Upper East Side
Jin Soon
421 E. 73rd St., Upper East Side
Jin Soon Choi, the fashion world's go-to for nails, has taken her tiny nail (and wax) salons to the next level. Each mani and pedi is more like a mini spa treatment for your hands and feet, with a menu of massages, essential oil, and hydrating treatments to choose from. Her technicians are great, the space is low-key, and blessedly low-tech (no vibrating massage chairs here), and she has a five-free line of polishes, too (goop did a collab with her). There are also locations in the West Village, East Village, and Tribeca.
Upper East Side
L’Appartement Caudalie Spa
819 Madison Ave., Upper East Side
Walking into this Madison Avenue spa feels like you’re entering an especially light, bright, chic private home—and that’s on purpose—the space is inspired by co-founder Mathilde Thomas’ Parisian apartment. But in place of Netflix and chores, you’ll find four service rooms when you can get amazing spa treatments, all using Caudalie’s signature grape- and grapevine-infused products. Body treatments include the sublimely relaxing Honey & Wine Wrap to the targeted and effective Slimming Concentrate Treatment, but the star of the show is the Caudalie Grand Facial Treatment—which uses grape-seed polyphenol-rich products to give you a lasting glow.
Upper East Side
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