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Full Circle—that "open source spiritual community center" helmed by '90s heartthrob-turned-rogue kombucha wizard Andrew Keegan—has yet to write its own sacred handbook, but we imagine one of its commandments would include "treat thy body as thy temple." The yoga-powered Venice "tribe" is now offering a complete R&R&R (rest, relaxation, and religious) experience, now that insider-faved pampering haven Nitespa has moved into its building.
As Lincoln & Rose notes, the after-hours wellness spot originally opened ten years ago on Abbot Kinney, where it served 9-to-5ers with mani/pedis, facials, waxing, massages, and even psychic services until 10pm; it then moved to Mar Vista when the boho boulevard's business exploded. Nitespa's relocated space at Full Circle offers the same menu of healing treatments—including a host of hangover cures, in case you somehow went overboard with those fermented drinks—alongside name-your-own price haircuts, blowouts, and color by "karma-based" mobile salon Beach Beauty Culture.
Pricing ranges from $25 to $65 for nails, $39 to $199 for massages, $15 to $125 and up for hair removal, $75 to $175 for facials, and more; see Nitespa's full menu of affordable treatments here.