I was impressed the moment I walked in the door of ReSet.
Take off your shoes at the door- and leave your worries behind!
I was greeted right away by a woman I believe was named Sarah. She guided me through my entire experience and was wonderful. Friendly, gave off a calm vibe, and super helpful.
She got me some water and I sat in the waiting area for just a few moments.
The lobby is very nice. ULTRA comfortable chairs and seating areas. They have a salt floor lamp thing that you can put your feet on for detoxifying, warming, and relaxing. There were some shelves of merchandise, but not an overwhelming amount. Vitamins and High Quality supplements, aromatherapy, weighted blankets and other comfort items. Id like to think it’s a very carefully selected collection of the products they truly feel best represent their mission.
Although I arrived early, I was started on the Halotherapy right away.
I was led to a small room with a salt lamp and a bench. I took off my socks and she handed me a blanket to take in the room. The salt cabin was easily accessible with a small, semi-transparent door. Sarah turned the machine on and the room filled with a low noise, in addition to the calming music playing. I thought the salt would be uncomfortable to walk on, but it was more like a coarse, cool sand. I stretched back in a zero-gravity chair and got comfortable. I was given a guide to some breathing exercises, with varying levels of difficulties. It’s surprising that we sometimes have to remind ourselves to breathe properly!
The room was cool and comfortable. There was a light feature in the corner which changed colors and provided an ambient experience. The room was like a large closet, but because it had the transparency of the door and panel, and was painted white, I never felt claustrophobic. I doubted the effects, but truly felt relaxed and calm, even in the short 20 minutes I spent in there. That session is only $25, for 1 or 2 guests. I was surprised at how affordable that seemed. When the machine stopped, I exited and moved to my next treatment.
Next, I settled down into the Massage/ compression chair. I admittedly had low expectations- it’s just a chair, right? Figured it would be like one you’d find at the airport or mall. I sat down and reclined comfortably. Sarah gave me a weighted blanket and offered an eye mask. Then the magic began. It was life changing, guys. This chair HUGGED me and said ‘you’re okay’. The kneading and compression and rolling and vibrating felt so good. My feet were massaged the entire time, the cuffs gently squeezed around my foot. It was only twenty minutes, but it relaxed me more than a 90-minute massage with a massotherapist would.
They have several other therapies available, a gym, and a super-experienced staff.
I asked Sarah what the gratuity situation was and she said that it’s not expected. Seems so weird to me NOT to tip for a service, but she assured me that it wasn’t normal practice.
I basically skipped out of the spa. The people were so nice. I booked an appointment for my husband before I even left and I’m calling back shortly to book therapies for my parents, too.
I can’t recommend this enough- what a great experience.