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Restorative Services

Make time for you – after Pilates class or whenever – and treat yourself with our rejuvenation services that will help you restore and get to your best and strongest version of yourself.

Relax and unwind with massage, facial, and wood rolling services that will untwist even the tightest muscles. Or lie under our red light and compression therapy station to rejuvenate your youthful glow year-round.

Scroll down to learn more about our services below.

Facials

Each treatment is customized to your skin's needs, we utilize products that harmonize with your skin type, paving the way for optimum skin health and radiance.

Massage

Alleviate soreness & pain as well as help with healing and inflammation with either deep tissue or lymphatic drainage massages.

Pelvic Floor Conditioning

Customized treatment to resolve pelvic dysfunctions, pain complaints or discomfort. We offer Emsella treatments, group classes or private session.

Red Light Therapy

RLT uses low wave red light to help improve your skin's appearance, increase collagen, reduce inflammation, help wounds heal faster, and increase immunity.

Compression Therapy

Our Normatec system uses controlled pressure to increase blood flow in your legs and improve overall blood flow to the area treated.

Our team

Our certified aestheticiansand medical advisors are here to ensure you receive the best, most relaxing spa experience. Learn more about our fabulous team!

sculp'd+ Old Town Alexandria

Skip the medical spa and relax in our sculp’d+ spa. Relax and enjoy our medspa services like facials, massages, and other restorative services at our Pilates studio & spa in Old Town Alexandria.

Get your Pilates practice and medspa treatments in one place. We offer in-studio classes seven days a week and also provide FDA-cleared, non-surgical medical enhancements like Emsculpt NEO, injectables, and chemical peels that will enhance your outer beauty so you feel good – inside and out.

Restore FAQ

Booking a restorative session is simple and convenient with multiple options:

In-Person Booking:

Some of our services, like RLT (Red Light Therapy) and Compression, can be booked in-person when you attend classes. Just inquire at the front desk, and our staff will assist you.

Online and Phone Booking:

For a hassle-free experience, utilize our online platform, MindBody. Browse through our restorative services, schedule your preferred session, and secure your spot with just a few clicks. Alternatively, you can give us a call, and our friendly staff will assist you in scheduling your restorative session over the phone.

Please note that we offer complimentary initial consultations for our services to ensure they align with your needs. While some services, like massages and compression therapy, are straightforward, our more personalized offerings, such as facials, involve a customized approach tailored to your unique skin type. We’re here to guide you through the process and provide a restorative experience that suits your individual requirements.

Certainly! We value our sculp’d+ members and reward their loyalty with exclusive discounts and early access to new services. Additionally, we periodically offer seasonal specials for everyone to enjoy. It’s worth noting that our regular prices are already set at a super-competitive rate, ensuring you receive exceptional value for advanced skincare services. At our studio, you can experience top-tier restorative treatments without compromising on quality or breaking the bank.

Both RLT (Red Light Therapy) and Compression therapy offer incredible benefits suitable for nearly everyone. While it’s always a good idea to consult with your doctor, here’s a quick overview:

  • RLT (Red Light Therapy): This innovative therapy works wonders for your skin, promoting rejuvenation and overall skin health. Its non-invasive nature makes it suitable for a wide range of individuals, enhancing skin vitality and addressing various concerns.

  • Compression Therapy: Ideal for improving circulation and expediting recovery times, compression therapy is generally well-tolerated. Whether you’re an athlete looking to enhance performance or someone seeking relief from discomfort, this service can be beneficial for many.

Feel free to consult with our knowledgeable staff during your complimentary initial consultation to determine how these services can be personalized to meet your specific needs and goals.

Pelvic floor conditioning is of paramount importance for everyone with a pelvis. The pelvic floor muscles play a crucial role in supporting organs, maintaining bladder and bowel control, and contributing to overall core stability. Strengthening these muscles is vital for preventing issues such as incontinence, promoting better posture, and enhancing overall pelvic health.

Our tailored pelvic floor conditioning programs are designed to ensure that individuals of all ages and genders can enjoy the numerous health benefits associated with a strong and resilient pelvic floor. Whether you’re looking to proactively support your well-being or address specific concerns, our expert-led programs can be customized to meet your unique needs and goals.

Absolutely! We believe in making sculp’d+ services accessible to everyone. To accommodate your financial preferences, we accept various payment methods, including pay-over-time financing. Our goal is to provide you with flexible options, ensuring that you can embark on your sculp’d+ journey with ease. Feel free to explore the financing solutions available and discover how we can tailor a plan that suits your individual needs.

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