Joymark Inc., the parent company which owns and operates both Emerge Spa & Salon located at 275 Newbury Street and G2O Spa + Salon located at 278 Newbury Street, is setting its sights on big and bold moves in 2014.
As of June 1st, 2014 Joymark Inc. will be consolidating all of its operations to G2O Spa + Salon, the cutting edge Newbury Street location known for being one of Boston’s premier day spas and salons, and expanding in both size and offerings.
The June 1st, 2014 celebration will mark the 20th anniversary celebration and grand reopening which will roll out in high style including 20% off all retail purchases and services, food, gift bags, balloons, special guests, giveaways and much more.To accommodate the needs of its clients, G2O plans on renovating its salon, spa, lobby and retail area. The new salon will be redesigned to increase its capacity and provide an even better guest experience.
The spa will see the addition of a new massage room and the esthetics department will be adding multiple pieces of revolutionary skincare equipment similar to medical skincare spas in order to offer clients’ state-of-the-art skin rejuvenation treatments that erase years from the appearance of skin. The spa will continue to focus on a complete health and wellness experience with treatment offerings including acupuncture and reiki to name a few.
The lobby and retail area will also see an entire redesign. The interior lobby will see a redesigned floor plan therefore changing the guest experience upon entry and adding an immediate concierge approach. The retail area will be expanded to accommodate the best lines from Emerge and G2O with a focus on high-end, results driven products with ingredients and benefits that keep Boston in trend.
Upon completion, a new service menu will be launched including new services and a completely new design.
“G2O is the trend and continues to flourish and grow. With the consolidation of Emerge under the G2O brand we look forward to providing Bostonians with unparalleled services and amenities,” said founder and CEO Joyce Hampers.