Dallas Spa & Wellness Options on ClassPass
Did you know that you can get massages on ClassPass?? When I started using ClassPass again a few months ago my mind was rocked. There were spas, cryotherapy places, IV clinics… even makeup and hair! I’m slowly but surely exploring all of the Dallas spa and wellness options on ClassPass and we’re going to dive into what’s worth the credits, and what’s not.
Spa and Wellness Places I’ve Tried Using ClassPass
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have you tried IV therapy?! i was a little skeptical on it all until i finally tried it for myself in march! i wanted to wait until i had a few sessions before i reported back… now here we are! i have done different “blends” each visit, but the one thing that has been consistent is the increase in my energy level! i’ve been really groggy the last few months (i’m sure some of that has to do with depression), but for around a week after an IV, my levels are noticeably boosted. this translates into better workouts (#recovery!!), more productivity and focus with my work and an overall mood shift because i don’t feel like everything i do is a struggle. the one thing i have *not* done yet: IV to help my hangover! will report back on that #hangovercure. i have been going every other week- it’s more budget friendly than a weekly visit for me and i feel like that is frequent enough for my body. everyone is different! also wanted to point out that this a women ?? owned ?? business ?? you know i love a little #womensupportingwomen action!! the space was previously a spa on greenville- and it is still chic and relaxing like a spa! i mean, this lobby is so aesthetically pleasing it hurts. if you have any questions about the location, the science behind IVs, my experience, etc, holla @ ur girl ??♀️ #IVNutrition #ivtherapy #ivrecovery #dallastexas #dallasfitness #dallashealth
Pure Spa and Salon
I wanted to like Pure Spa and Salon so desperately. They have a mani-pedi option that is super affordable credit wise, but I wasn’t blown away. I paid to upgrade to dip, but it ended up being only $6 cheaper than my normal dip manicure at the place I normally go to. Unfortunately not worth it. The pedicure wasn’t bad by any means, but nothing to call home about. I also did a massage during my visit. The lady asked how the pressure was, and when I told her it was little too light for me, she changed it up. Then I got hit with a $10 up-charge at the end. End of the world? No. Would it have been nice to know I was going to get charged more by answering her question? Yes.
I might go back for the mani-pedi and only get a pedicure, but don’t see myself trying anything else there.
Address: 5555 E Mockingbird Ln #300, Dallas, TX 75206
I really, really enjoyed my first massage at Elevate with Stormi. It’s more a sports medicine style and not just something to relax. But for me that’s exactly what my body craves: recovery! The second massage I got there was supposed to be Stormi, but someone else did it instead and it was subpar. I tried one more time booking with Stormi, and again she wasn’t the therapist that showed up. But at least that one was a better experience overall.
So all of that to say, this is somewhere I do think is worth your credits!
Address: 4904 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206
Address: 2155 Marsh Lane, Ste 118, Carrollton, TX, 75006
IV Nutrion Dallas
One of the best kept secrets on ClassPass is IV Nutrition! You can get shots (like B12) for only 7 credits. It’s a great pick me up when you’re feeling sick or slugish. They also have IV Drips available which I have gotten a few times. The owner is one of my favorite humans, she’s the nicest and so welcoming to everyone who comes in. Also the chairs you sit in for IVs… I need it in my house, like now.
Somewhere I certainly am okay spending my credits at!
Address: 4924 Greenville Ave Suite 100, Dallas, TX 75206
This is where you can hair and makeup using ClassPass! I think you can also get your eyebrows waxed and take a makeup class. Super intriguing to me! It was great for me in December. I knew I was going to be out of town most of the month which meant not many classes I would go to, so I booked hair and makeup at Blushington! They don’t do blowouts (wamp) so in the future I would probably go back for makeup but not hair. I though the credit cost was super affordable, too.
Worth the credits when you have ’em! It’s more cost effective than paying for the services.
Address: 4218 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219
I had some scheduling issues with this massage. They ended up having the massage therapist come to me at a different day and time. Not sure how to appropriately advise on this one… But the massage was good! Let me know if you check out FBH Wellness.
Address: 5310 Harvest Hill Rd. , Ste. 105, Dallas, TX, 75230
Spring Creek Massage
Low key not worth any credits. I almost got up and left during the massage, it felt like she had no idea what she was doing. They also have another service at Spring Creek, but I’ve been too afraid to go back after how bad the first appointment was.
Address: 4105 W Spring Creek Pkwy #510, Plano, TX 75024
Mynd Spa & Salon Plano
This was a hefty credit pedicure… I think it was around 40 credits. It was good and it lasted for quite awhile. The Mynd Spa & Salon staff was extremely nice and it’s such a pretty spot. If your credits are going to go to waste if you don’t use them, this is a great service to use your credits for! But not something I would personally do on a regular basis. I haven’t tried other services there, but I saw that they offer massages and manicures, too.
Address: 6121 W Park Blvd Suite C100, Plano, TX 75093
More Options on ClassPass in Dallas
Clearly I need to keep exploring more of the Dallas spa and wellness options on ClassPass. Will report back with what’s worth the credits!
I’ve also been exploring all the different fitness studios, you can find out more about those HERE.
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