The Best Black-Owned Spas In New York City

By Parker Diakite


If you’re looking for a gift for yourself or someone else, consider a relaxing experience at one of these black-owned spas in New York City:

Spa Boutique 2 Go

Located in Harlem, the staff at Spa Boutique 2 Go specializes in what they call “integrative therapeutic massage” or focusing on a problem area while also addressing whole-body stress relief. Services include aromatherapy massages, deep tissue massages, a Himalayan salt stone massage and more.

Molas Boutique Spa

MOLAS Boutique Spa is a modern pampering experience where the goal of the staff is to provide the intimacy that bigger spas tend to lose, without sacrificing upscale services. MOLAS concept is nail lounge meets spa meets cocktails with massage, facial and makeup services under one roof.

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Savvy Girl Massage

Massage therapists at Savvy Girl Massage want clients to release tension and stress brought on by the chaos of the city with their services. Located in Northern Manhattan, Savvy Girl offers an intimate and inviting space to relax. A note on the company’s website states that Savvy Girl Massage only accepts women and LGBTQ clients.


SKN is a premier full-service skincare facility in the middle of New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen district. SKN specializes in customized clinical facials and cutting-edge skin treatments including massage, body, permanent cosmetic and hair removal for a comprehensive spa experience.

Photo courtesy of SKN Spa NYC


Cynergy Spa

Located in the heart of brownstone Fort Greene, just blocks away from the Barclays Center, Cynergy Spa offers a selection of specialized treatments. Clients can choose from massages, facials, body scrubs, wraps and spa packages.

Serenity Garden Massage & Spa

Located in Brooklyn, Serenity Garden Massage & Spa staff offers customizable services to meet your needs. Guests can choose from massages, facials, peels, and body treatments.

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