This post has been updated from its original December 2010 version for April 2011 Spa Week.

As a proud born-and-raised Jersey girl, I couldn’t be more excited make this big announcement: Many Massage Envy locations in New Jersey are participating in Spa Week Spring 2011, April 11-17! They also accept SpaWeek Gift Cards, which I announced here back in December.


“What exit?” It’s true, your answers may indeed define your New Jersey existence, but they are indiscriminate when it comes to getting your massage on. Because, my dear fellow Jerseyite, TWENTY-SEVEN Massage Envy spa havens up and down the Garden State Parkway are waiting for you with open arms and massaging hands, despite the fact that you don’t even pump your own gas. (Note: There are also locations participating in Staten Island and Nanuet, NY, which are basically like NJ—I used to shop at the Nanuet Mall in middle school, and The Situation is from Staten Island.)

If you know some stressed out people in The Jerz, let them know about Massage Envy for Spa Week, when treatments are just $50 a piece. View the New Jersey $50 Directory to snag your high-value, mob-free, NJ exit-approved pampering session.

INSIDER JERSEY SCOOP: James Gandolfini (Tony Soprano) gets nervous to make speeches at award shows. In fact, he’d rather not win so he doesn’t have to do it! I know this because I grew up with his niece Jenna. Her uncle would pop into our classrooms occasionally. (Yes, everyone in Jersey knows each other, I cannot argue with you.) I will recommend to Jenna that she gives Uncle Jimmy a Spa Week Gift Card next time he’s up for an award, or to calm him from putting a bullet in your kneecap outside a warehouse because you owe him his #@&%ing money.

Massage Envy is a nationally acclaimed chain of spas that guarantees high quality, specialized spa services and caters to the specific needs of every customer. Depending on the location, the $50 treatments they are offering for Spa Week include the Murad Signature Facial, as well as a handful of massages, including: a Relaxing Escape Swedish Massage for overall body relaxation, Sports Massage for athletes (Don Bosco vs St Joe’s, anyone?), and Aromatherapy Massage which taps into your oflactory system for a multidimensional sensory experience. Some locations are also offering the Happy Mommy Pre-Natal Massage; if you are pregnant, ask them about it at any location. Essentially, there is something for everyone. Too busy to plan out a spa day? Massage Envy clinics stay open late and walk-ins are welcome.

If you’re from Jersey, I really want to know! WHAT EXIT are you? I was “the last one” on the north end, which was always fun to say.

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