Talk about a stress-free workplace!
The owner of a Clinton Hill spa wants locals to go from the treatment room to the conference room — without stepping foot off the premises.
Park Avenue’s Body by Brooklyn recently debuted a new co-working space where patrons who shell out hundreds of bucks a month can reserve a desk steps from its massage tables, allowing them to quickly release tension in between conference calls, according to its owner.
“Work is one of the most stressful parts of our lives, so we wanted to create an environment that allows people to focus on what they need to get done, while taking away the noise, pressure, and toxicity that often plagues traditional work environments,” said Mira Goldin.
Tense Clinton Hillers have flocked to the spa for facials, massages, and such soothing amenities as a thermal hot tub, arctic plunge pool, Swedish and Russian river-rock saunas, and a Turkish steam room since it opened in 2007.
And now, locals who want to take care of business while they rejuvenate can shell out $225 a month to reserve a work station inside a moisture-free room furnished with desks, bean-bag chairs, and a fireplace that a spa rep said is completely separated from the its other facilities in order to avoid any technical difficulties.
“Dropping a computer in the hot tub would be terrible,” said Chelsea O’Donnell.
The fee grants access to the space at all times, except for when the spa is closed on Tuesdays, and comes with free use of the hot tub, plunge pool, saunas, and steam room. Facial, massage, and other treatments cost extra, however, as do the drinks and snacks available on site.
Goldin decided to expand Body by Brooklyn’s offerings after watching patrons come for treatments and stick around to send an e-mail or two, according to O’Donnell.
“A lot of people come for facials and spend several hours here,” she said. “We noticed more and more people actually bringing laptops to do some work, and then putting them away to utilize the spa.”
“Ours is the only one that lets people step away from the day-to-day and enjoy a full spa experience to recharge their batteries, and rejuvenate their minds,” she said.
Locals interested in applying for a desk at Body by Brooklyn’s co-working space can apply at www.bodyby
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