A Deep Breath of O2

Westchester County Holistic Wellness Center Announces Opening of Breathtaking Spa

by O2Living Editorial Team @o2living
posted on May 24th 2010

Cross River, N.Y. (May 24, 2010) – Westchester County, N.Y. can breathe easier as a holistic wellness center opens its full-service spa. Headquartered in Cross River in the quaint Yellow Monkey Village, O2 Living (www.o2living.com) is an all embracing community dedicated to lifestyle/wellness that encourages people to live, learn and connect. The upscale health spa is the newest addition to the wellness center, which also features a retail boutique, Live Food Café and yoga classes.

The new facility, nestled among rustic wood cottages in a serene setting, is an extension of O2 Living’s philosophy and commitment to integrating the body, mind and spirit for overall health, natural beauty and well-being. Guests will immediately feel at ease in the peaceful surroundings as they approach O2 Living. 

“We are thrilled to debut our spa and expand the O2 Living community,” said Rosemary Devlin, owner of O2 Living. “The spa is a place for guests to unwind, de-stress and get healthy; and they can do so with our wide range services.”

When building the spa, O2 Living and its architect, Andrew Wynnyk, paid careful attention to the details, including architectural features that made the spa feel open, inviting and integrated the spa’s picturesque surroundings. 

As guests enter the spa, they will transition from the lush outdoor surroundings into a tranquil oasis, nestled in the corner of O2 Living’s holistic wellness center.  Upon entering the spa, guests will note the clean lines, curved ceiling, neutral color palette, fountain, candles and photo mural of water, all of which evoke feelings of calmness and serenity.  Windows offer panoramic views of nature, including O2 Living’s garden courtyard, while a combination of indirect lighting and natural light give the spa a soft glow.

Experts at the spa will pamper guests with holistic services and ecologically-sound products to help them achieve balance. Spa services include: a body cleanse; deep tissue, hot stone and Swedish massage; hand and foot renewal; natural beauty facial; and, reflexology.

O2 Living also offers its signature Oxygen treatments, including the O2 Essence Oxygen Inhalation Therapy and Oxygenating Facials. The Oxygen Inhalation Therapy is a unique treatment that enhances the flow of your breath by using therapeutic grade oxygen, to nourish, cleanse and vitalize every cell in your body. O2 Living’s Oxygenating Facials plump, lift and firm your skin. A pure oxygen infusion of plant-based rejuvenation serum smoothes hydrates and firms your entire face and neck, softening lines and giving skin a healthy glow.

O2 Living offers a complimentary O2 Yoga class on the day of any spa treatment and also encourages patrons to visit the O2 Live Food Café to end their spa experience.

“Our new spa takes our clientele’s O2 Living experience to the next level, offering relaxation and renewal,” Devlin said. “Stress relief and relaxation can and should be part of everyone’s routine to achieve a healthful state of being.”

For more information, call 914.763.6320 or visit O2 Living online at O2Living.me or @O2living on Twitter. Visit in person at 6 Yellow Monkey Village in Cross River, N.Y. 

About O2living

Headquartered in Cross River, New York, O2 Living is an all embracing community dedicated to lifestyle/wellness. Established as Cross River Wellness, LLC (d/b/a O2 Living,) this holistic spa and wellness center encourages people to live, learn and connect. It offers yoga, spa services, including signature Oxygen treatments, a retail boutique and Live Food Café nestled in Cross River’s quaint Yellow Monkey Village. The wellness community also features an online destination, O2living.com where members can connect and communicate about their experiences and build a greater sense of community with those who share their passion for and commitment to health and well-being. A second location is scheduled to open in Hastings, New York in 2011.
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