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New Year, New Deals
Get a healthy start to 2012 with these exclusive discounts on massages, facials, wardrobe advice, beauty makeovers, fitness classes, and more. By McLean Robbins
Comments () | Published January 4, 2012

Take 20 percent off all services at the Park Hyatt Washington's Spa Room in January and February. Photograph courtesy of Park Hyatt Washington.

Whether your New Year’s resolution is to get in shape, hone your style, or travel more, we’ve got a deal for you.

Unless otherwise noted, these exclusive reader deals are available for the month of January. Just mention The Washingtonian at checkout or at booking.

Personal Shopping

Stylist and personal shopper Toni Leinhardt knows the ways of Washington—her mother is a corporate and life coach, and Toni has helped everyone from politicos to the cast of The Real Housewives of D.C. Readers can take 15 percent off any four-hour personal-shopping and styling package, normally $600.

Toni Leinhardt, 202-679-7777; tonileinhardt.com.

Spa Hideaway

After a holiday season of shopping and visiting with family, you may need a little “me” time. Take 20 percent off all services at the Park Hyatt’s intimate Spa Room in January and February. You can save on facials, massages, pedicures, and more at this West End haven.

Park Hyatt Washington, 1201 24th St. NW; 202-789-1234; parkwashington.hyatt.com.

Fresh-Faced

Put your best face forward with the luxe Swiss line Alchimie Forever. This month, get 20 percent off all products in its Georgetown store and online, using the code “Washingtonian.”

Alchimie Forever, 1010 Wisconsin Ave., NW, Suite 201; 202-530-3930; alchimie-forever.com.

No Sweat

There’s nothing like a spa treatment to help you ease back into work. But after the holidays, maybe you need the gym more than you need pampering? You can enjoy both at the Sports Club/LA, where you can get a free one-day club pass—a $35 value—with the purchase of a 50-minute facial or body-scrub/wrap treatment for $99 (normally $150).

The Sports Club/LA, 1170 22nd St., NW; 202-974-6600; thesportsclubla.com.

Shop in Style

Find a chic accessory for your wardrobe or home or pick up a belated holiday gift at M29 Lifestyle. This month, receive 20 percent off your total purchase and get a voucher for 10 percent off your next purchase (excluding sale items), good through February 15.

M29 Lifestyle, 2800 Pennsylvania Ave., NW; 202-295-2829.

Natural Beauty

Vowed to start buying only skin-care products with natural ingredients? This month, take 25 percent off Skincando’s natural beauty products, including its new baby line. To get the discount, place your order by phone.

Skincando, 1900 Lyttonsville Rd., Suite 1210, Silver Spring; 888-903-7766; skincando.com.

Find Your Groove

Fans of pole dancing say it’s a great way to work on confidence and fitness—and get your sexy back. Pretty Lady Pole Fit offers readers 20 percent off a five-class card (normally $60; use the code “washingtonian20”) or $40 off an eight-week boot camp (normally $240; use the code “newyearbootcamp”). Class cards should be purchased online, and online registration for classes is required. The card expires six months from the date of purchase. Boot-camp classes must be taken in sequence.

Pretty Lady Pole Fit, 7702-E Richmond Hwy., Alexandria; 703-360-7653; prettyladypoleparties.com.

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