Culver City Day Spas



There are 20 day spas in Culver City, California offering treatments and services including, but not limited to, massages, manicures, pedicures, aromatherapy, acupuncture, facials, and more. Choose a Culver City day spa from the list below, read user reviews and ratings from customers, compare services and pricing, and find the one that's right for you. Let one of these top spas pamper you today!

1047 day spas found for 'Culver City, California' and surrounding areas.

1
Opulence Wellness and Weight Loss Inc.
Culver City, California 90230
(310) 287-2032
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2
The Body Clinic
Playa Vista, California 90230
310-568-0303
0.0
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3
Zena Spa
Culver City, California 90230
310-915-9362
0.0
 mi.
4
Evolution Fitness
Culver City, California 90230
(310) 915-6100
0.0
 mi.
5
MetaTouch
Culver City, California 90230
(310) 397-3422
0.0
 mi.
6
Sweat Pilates
Culver City, California 90232
(310) 202-0000
1.7
 mi.
7
Your Neighborhood Studio
Culver City, California 90232
(310) 876-3498
1.7
 mi.
8
Omkar108 Yoga
Los Angeles, California 90232
(310) 991-9642
1.7
 mi.
9
The Massage Garage
Culver City, California 90232
310-202-0082
1.7
 mi.
10
Pure Delish
Culver City, California 90232
(310) 591-8792
1.7
 mi.
11
Le Studio LA
Culver City, California 90232
(310) 855-4353
1.7
 mi.
12
Cosmetique Med Spa
Culver City, California 90232
1.7
 mi.
13
Dr Boris Med Spa
Culver City, California 90232
310-204-2914
1.7
 mi.
14
The Wellness Spa
Culver City, California 90232
(310) 202-8133
1.7
 mi.
15
Yoga Daya 8985 Venice Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90034
(310) 558-9642
2.4
 mi.
16
Knox Salon / spa
Los Angeles, California 90034
(310) 837-5600
2.4
 mi.
17
ElliptiFit
Los Angeles, California 90066
(323) 400-5348
2.5
 mi.
18
Heather's Skin and Beauty
Venice, California 90066
(310) 581-1601
2.5
 mi.
19
LA Sports Massage
Los Angeles, California 90066
(310) 439-1421
2.5
 mi.
20
Fayces Skin Care 11373 W Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90066
310-313-3223
2.5
 mi.
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Day Spa Frequently Asked Questions


What is a spa?
Spas are businesses that provide a variety of beauty, health, and therapeutic treatments. A day spa is different than other spas as the customer only visits for the duration of the treatment, with overnight accommodations not available. A medical spa offers treatment and therapy that require a doctor's supervision, such as laser resurfacing and Botox injections.

What treatments might a spa offer?
A day spa may offer customers massages, in various formats, facials, peels, body wraps, aromatherapy, waxing, acupressure, acupuncture, steam therapy, manicures, pedicures, microdermabrasion, and hydrotherapy.

How do I find the right spa for me?
There are many day spas to choose from so you'll need to do some research. Use the ThirdAge.com day spa directory as your starting point to create a list of possible spas. Read user reviews and compare ratings from previous customers of the spa to get a sense of customer satisfaction. Once you have a list of candidates, call each spa and ask questions regarding their services, pricing, and any other questions you have.

Do I need to be naked during my massage?
One of the main concerns spa customers have is whether or not take off clothes for a massage. The best bet is to do whatever makes you feel comfortable. A massage is typically given while nude, but you will be covered with a sheet at all times. Only the part of your body being massaged will be exposed. If you are not comfortable being completely naked you are welcome to keep your underwear on.

Should I leave a tip? How much?
Another common question is whether you should tip the therapist administering your treatment, and if so, how much. Your spa treatment is a personal service and as with most service businesses, a tip is part of the therapists' compensation. You can leave whatever tip you're comfortable with based on the quality of the service, but 15% to 20% is typically recommended. Gratuity is normally not included in a gift certificate if you are using one for your spa visit.

Do I have to talk during my spa treatment?
The therapist will follow your lead. You can chat the entire time or relax in silence. It is completely up to you. If you are uncomfortable at any point you should speak up immediately and feel 100% comfortable doing so. It is the therapist's job to ensure you have a perfect spa experience and will cater the touch and other elements to your desires.

Pre Spa Treatment Tips
The day spa you visit may have a sauna or pool for you to use before or after your treatment. Ask the staff what facilities are available. Turn off your cell phone or other digital devices before entering the spa. It is meant to be a quiet, tranquil, and relaxing environment so it is recommended that you turn off all distracting devices. Many spas will recommend that you take a brief shower before your treatment in order to allow any products used to absorb well.