Los Angeles

Whole Life Magazine Article

by Scott on July 11, 2014

There is a great article on the spa in this months issue of Whole Life Magazine.  It lists the Top 5 holistic spas in Los Angeles and we’re very excited to be recognized for the progress we’ve made over the last few months.  While we’ve added a number of new treatments, we’re certainly not done yet.  Right now we’re developing a seasonal [ read more → ]

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The Perfect Massage

by Mallori on July 13, 2011

In Los Angeles there are many places to choose from to get a massage. Most of the massage parlors in the city offer cheap pricing, but they do not offer the same relaxation that a spa provides. A massage parlor may offer a signature massage, with no specifications as to what you will be receiving. There is a flat rate, [ read more → ]

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Celebrating our 10th Year!

by Le Petite Retreat Day Spa on July 8, 2011

If you think that a spa will only selfishly celebrate with the owners or staff, then think again! Le Petite Retreat day spa is offering all Los Angeles day spa lovers the deal of the decade – to celebrate their 10th year in Los Angeles! Teaming up with high-end dealmaker GiltCity, hurry + get up to 4 different and unbelievable [ read more → ]

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Sharing an Escape to The Spa

by Mallori on June 30, 2011

The summer is in full-swing, and vacations have started. It is good to keep in mind that vacations can often add stress to your life. Although it is supposed to be a vacation, the word vacation can mean a get-away, but does not always mean an escape! Many people believe that an escape can include camping in the wilderness, going [ read more → ]

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Thanks for making us #1 Los Angeles Day Spa

by Le Petite Retreat Day Spa on June 10, 2011

Those of us from Le Petite Retreat day spa would like to thank you all for voting and making us the #1 best day spa in Los Angeles! For years, we’ve been introducing LA to some of the newest things in spa – from couples massage and couples treatments, to eyelash extensions, and now to the botox alternative known as [ read more → ]

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Couples Spa + Massage – Sharing An Experience

by Le Petite Retreat Day Spa on June 1, 2011

So you’re wondering what to do together when the same movie theaters, restaurants, coffee shops, friends nites and concerts just seem like more of the same?  Then why not get a couples massage together at one of LA’s best day spas? For the past 5-6 years, couples have been reaching new heights of things to do together, from outdoor activities [ read more → ]

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Spa in LA, Vacation in Vegas!

by Le Petite Retreat Day Spa on May 5, 2011

Ok, so you live in Los Angeles, love to spa in Los Angeles, but like to take a break sometimes in Las Vegas?  Well, now you can do both! Say you’re looking to de-stress & relax with a massage, or a facial, or better yet a relaxing spa package for yourself.   All you have to do is “Like” Le Petite [ read more → ]

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Why Detox?

by Le Petite Retreat Day Spa on April 28, 2011

Though you’ve may at one time considered how our bodies are organisms, full of energy, comprising it’s own ecosystem – you may not have considered that clogging the body with nasty toxins will plug-up the system, and poison it over time. Just like your car that needs to have the oil changed, or the air filter, even the coolant — [ read more → ]

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Massage Away Toxic Stress

by Le Petite Retreat Day Spa on April 20, 2011

Working with computers, driving the car, listening to someone in a meeting, etc., all of these actions seem very simple, but each carry their own tension which causes toxic stress in your body. It’s well established that massage is no longer a luxury, but a natural, non-medical method to stay healthy.  The more you get massaged, the less toxins you [ read more → ]

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Face It: Your skin show’s how much you care

by Le Petite Retreat Day Spa on April 7, 2011

When you haven’t seen someone like an old friend (or lover) in a long time, what do you notice first?  Not their shoes, their handbag or their clothing — you notice their face.  You notice if they look tired with bags around their eyes, or if their cheeks droop a bit around the jawline, or if their skin is either [ read more → ]

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