These spots in the LA and greater Palm Springs area will revive you.

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After Coachella or Stagecoach, you’ve probably exceeded your daily step goal, stood for hours on end, danced your butt off, and maybe imbibed a little bit. So it’s safe to say that your body is probably feeling it after. There are a couple of things to do to recover—get back on a good sleep routine (and get plenty of it!), eat fresh foods, drink tons of water, and indulge in some self-care.

On the self-care front, you can try some at-home remedies, or you can treat yourself to some professional services. If you’re going for the latter, luckily, there are plenty of options on the way back from the festivals, both in the greater Palm Springs area and in Los Angeles. Take a look at some of our favorite picks below:

In the Greater Palm Springs Area

Sensei Porcupine Creek

It doesn’t get more luxe than Sensei Porcupine Creek. Located in Rancho Mirage, the 230-acre private retreat offers amazing wellness experiences like wellbeing consultations with fitness, yoga, nutrition, and mindset practitioners. Relax with massages, restorative bodywork, facials, and reflexology treatments, or get those endorphins going with a tennis session or a round of golf. And did we mention for dining, there is Sensei by Nobu, a collaboration between famed chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Sensei co-founder Dr. David Agus?

La Quinta Resort & Club

A 15-minute drive from the Empire Polo Club, La Quinta Resort & Club is the closest refuge to festival grounds. The spa offers a plethora of treatments, like massages, facials, manicures and pedicures, body wraps, stretch therapy, and bath rituals. The resort is also home to five golf courses, 41 pools, and plenty of tennis and pickleball courts.

The Spa at Séc-he

In the heart of downtown Palm Springs is Séc-he, an ancient hot mineral spring, which the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians have been stewards of long since before settlers arrived in the area. Visitors can now experience the healing properties of these waters at The Spa at Séc-he—amenities and offerings include spa treatments, private mineral baths, floatation therapy, a salt cave, cryotherapy, an outdoor pool, and more. Don’t miss experiencing Taking of the Waters, a sacred bath ritual included with a day pass or with a spa treatment reservation.

Two Bunch Palms

Enjoy wellness treatments at this renowned lush oasis, just 20 minutes from downtown Palm Springs. Spa services include massages, facials, body wraps, lymphatic drainage, and body scrubs. And if you’re into history, you might be intrigued by the resort’s storied past—it’s been a getaway for Old Hollywood celebrities and before it became a resort, it was reportedly one of Al Capone’s hideouts.

JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa

This expansive resort is home to The Spa at Desert Springs, a 38,000-square-foot facility with 48 treatment rooms, a slot, fitness center, saltwater lap pool, Spa Bistro, and VIP suite. The extensive treatment menu has something for every wellness need, from a caviar facial to a CBD massage.

Azure Palm Hot Springs

Whether you opt for a stay or a day pass, you’ll feel rejuvenated after visiting Azure Palm Hot Springs. Overlooking Mt. San Jacinto and the Coachella Valley, the resort features two private wells that deliver mineral water to its pools and tubs. Enjoy massages, body treatments, facials, and holistic treatments like colon hydro-therapy and lymphatic flow treatment.

In Los Angeles


Detox and recharge at Pause, which offers a variety of holistic treatments such as IV drips and vitamin shots, float therapy, an infrared sauna session, contrast therapy (alternating between hot and cold treatments), cryotherapy, LED light therapy, and compression therapy. There are four locations in the Los Angeles area: West Hollywood, Venice, Studio City, and Brentwood (plus one in the South Bay in El Segundo).

Den Mother

Head to Den Mother in Venice for a holistic healing experience, with services that blend different techniques from Ayurvedic bodywork, Japanese acupuncture, Chinese reflexology, and Nordic bathing. Treatments include bodywork, functional medicine, and garden therapies, plus natural beauty rituals. After your session, you can enjoy bites and drinks at the cafe and shop the boutique to bring some wellness finds home.

The Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, Los Angeles

Located in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, this spa is a sanctuary amidst the hustle and bustle of the city. The serene space features private relaxation areas, steam rooms, cold plunge showers, a hair and nail salon, a couple’s suite, and a spa boutique. Offerings include massages, facial, bodywork, and even head spa treatments for your scalp.

Malibu Beach Inn

Drive up the coast for a treatment at Malibu Beach Inn’s spa, CURE. The spa menu includes various IV therapy options (for immunity, liver detox, recovery and performance, and more), bodywork (like massages, reiki, yoga, or stretch therapy), facials, and even Botox and microneedling treatments.

Well Studio

Well Studio in Pasadena offers treatments using the Icoone machine, which provides deep tissue massage to stimulate the lymph system. Benefits include improved blood flow and circulation, lymphatic drainage, lowered inflammation, body contouring, digestion support, and more.

Remedy Place

While Remedy Place is a members’ wellness club, you can still book treatments even if you don’t have a membership. The services are extensive, with both high-tech and ancient treatments, from hyperbaric oxygen and infrared sauna sessions to acupuncture and cupping.

Tomoko Spa

The minute you walk into Tomoko Spa in Beverly Hills, you’ll feel instantly relaxed. The beautiful and serene space is a sanctuary that offers some of the best massages in town. Some treatments blend Swedish and Japanese techniques, while others use acupressure and stretching techniques. 

The Now

You can’t go wrong with a massage at The Now—with eight locations in the Los Angeles area, South Bay, and Long Beach,  it’s convenient! There are three massages on the menu, which you can personalize with enhancements like gua sha, scalp renewal therapy, and cupping.