Tucked in the basement of a nondescript West Village apartment building, this low-key retreat may be small, but the serenity it offers is inversely proportional to its size. The four pedicure thrones and handful of manicure stations are surrounded by reminders of the natural world: Large prints of animals and plant life abound, and the gentle green, brown and gray palette of the interior brings to mind earth’s native beauty. Males in need of muscle work are in luck: Hey Man specializes in knot-melting massages ($40–$120), offering five different styles—Swedish, deep tissue, hot stone, reflexology and tui na, an ancient Chinese technique said to improve blood and energy flow—in 30-, 60-, 90- and 120-minute sessions. If you need more than just the kinks in your shoulders attended to, you can bundle an hour-long rubdown with other treatments, such as a combo manicure-pedicure ($98) or a half-hour facial ($110). Or opt for a 60-minute body scrub that exfoliates your epidermis with honey and seaweed ($85), to slough off scaly, dead winter skin.