New Spa Emphasizes Wellness




Charmagne Thompson

Body, Soul and Spirit Spa is open at 903 West Lancaster Avenue, in Bryn Mawr. There will be a grand opening event from 4 to 8 p.m., July 6, and 2 to 6 p.m., July 7to check out the spa, meet the staff and enjoy free gifts, food and fun. The first 25 guests on each day will receive a free spa gift set when you schedule an appointment, and all attendees will be entered in a raffle drawing for a wireless shoulder massager. 

Owner Charmayne Thompson says, “The location is beautiful and easily accessible from City Line Avenue, Route 476 and Septa's regional rail and bus lines. We offer waxing, facials, brow tinting and massages, and lashes are coming soon. Overall health and wellness continues to be our mission, and our professional service providers are committed to these principles and have many talents.”

 

To schedule appointments, call 610-527-5300 or visit BodySoulAndSpiritSpa.com. Readers may use promotion code "Natural Awakenings" for 20 percent off for all scheduled services during your first visit.

 

 

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