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49 W. 32nd St., lower level, New York, NY, 10001
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Massage Spadium Super for Pro Artists

By budecane on 5/5/2011

  • Overall Rating: 10
  • Atmosphere: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Yes, I would go back!

Massage Spadium is awesome. I have been a regular for three years now. I usually work with Nick, but have worked with other therapists and have always had a great experience. I've tried other resources but choose to work with Massage Spadium because they are super excellent and consistent. Both locations are clean, pro, relaxing and staff is friendly and helpful. I mostly go to the Printing House but have also had massages at the korea town location. The atmosphere in both locales is classy but relaxed. My massage always begins with the question "anything I want to work on today?" As a performing artist, the answer is "yes!" Every time, the therapist is tuned in and aware. This place is super artist friendly. Greg, the owner, is excellent with customer service and sympathetic to artist folk all the way. I first learned about Massage Spadium on the Actors Equity website, and I was impressed from day one. Massage Spadium is generous to working actors. As a working, professional actor I have to think about costs and making ends meet, since the arts often mean flux in weekly income. Massage Spadium helps by offering a discount to professional artists, so we can do our thing healthy, ready and wise. My weekly massage helps my performance work and my lifestyle, since auditioning and performing are exciting but can also be demanding with a lot of "go getter" drive needed. My massage is "golden" time for me.

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