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Spa aims to bring five-star wellness to Carrollwood

Renew Spa & Wellness offers massage rituals, facials, peels, a meditation lounge and more. Photo courtesy of D2
Published Apr. 5, 2018

With more than 20 years in the spa industry, Toni Anne Mastroianni has spent the better part of her career at five-star hotels.

Wanting to bring that type of experience to the Tampa Bay area, she recently opened Renew Spa & Wellness.

"It's really five-star affordable wellness," Mastroianni said.

Renew Spa & Wellness offers massage rituals, facials, peels, skin care, waxing, and Replenish IV's.

"I like to make people feel better inside and out," Mastroianni said.

All massage rituals include pure organic therapeutic grade esssential oils.

"All of our oils are custom blended by a company called Bodhi + Sol," Mastroianni said. "They source all of their essential oils where they're grown and import them directly into the United States."

Massage rituals offered include stress relief, deep muscle, and custom blended.

A variety of ZO peels and facials are available, along with enhancements. Skincare products include ZO Skin Health by Zein Obagi and Eminence Organic Skin Care.

A number of Replenish IV drips are offered, including the hydration energy booster, refresher, wellness, revitalize and cell regenerator.

In the Renew Room Meditation Lounge, guests can recline in zero gravity chairs to meditate or power nap. The quiet, digital free zone has ambient blue lighting and soft music.

Memberships are available for $59.95 per month.

Renew Spa & Wellness is located at 14352 N Dale Mabry Highway. It is open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. For more information, call 813-450-1852, or visit

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