Art of Balance Wellness Spa Opening This Month at The Ritz-Carlton Residences

| February 4, 2020 | 0 Comments

Art of Balance Wellness Spa will open on February 14th at The Ritz-Carlton Residences at 801 Key Hwy. in Federal Hill. Art of Balance takes over a 6,000 sq. ft. space formerly occupied by Baltimore Spa and Salon.

Art of Balance is a business from board-certified plastic surgeon Nia Banks, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S. and  board-certified internal medicine physician and psychiatrist Aderonke Omotade, M.D.

Dr. Banks and Dr. Omotade have been friends for years and trips together to Martha’s Vineyard sparked an idea and need they each had for finding balance within themselves, as well as for their patients. This led to the creation of Art of Balance.

The spa will have “a holistic approach to wellness” which “falls into three core pillars of personal transformation: modern aesthetics, alternative wellness therapies, and traditional spa experiences.” The business services are described as “a combination of progressive beauty, mindfulness, nutritional counseling, life coaching, halotherapy, and traditional spa and wellness services including IV hydration, acupuncture, massages, skincare, and more.”

The space will have more than five treatment rooms, a women’s lounge, men’s lounge, couple’s lounge, and outdoor terrace.

Later in 2020, the spa will begin small classes every second Saturday of the month in its group lounge. The classes will cover a range of topics including aromatherapy, stress management, and more, and will serve to empower clients to begin or build on an at-home wellness practice.

“We founded the Art of Balance to fill a need we saw in the market – a space for the whole self, all under one roof, integrating mind and body wellness to bring about lasting change,” said Dr. Omotade in a press release.

“We want to push the boundaries on what you typically expect from a medical and wellness spa. Our modern luxury approach to beauty and wellness serves to pamper but, also, serves as a resource to those that walk through the door,” said Dr. Banks in a press release.

Dr. Banks

Dr. Omotade

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