The first tattoo studio in the city owned and run exclusively by women.
Exclusive chain of health clubs.
A pin-up style, leopard print and gold-accented salon.
Buy, repair or rent a bike, or have a coffee, taco or beer.
Strength, flexibility and well-being.
Jane is an English manual therapist and yoga teacher…
Spain’s first aerial dance school.
A colorful and quirky little salon fluent in English.
Rent a bike, take a tour or buy second-hand.
Offers a range of henna powder hair dyes and treatments.
This tattoo studio boasts a host of international talent…
If you’re looking for a two-wheeler, this is the place to start your journey.
Workouts combine weights with natural, functional movements performed at high intensity…
Pole dancing has gained popularity as a form of fitness.
Peruvian artist Max Ghostar is a tattoo superstar.
There’s nothing conventional about this hair salon.
Yoga in a room heated to 104° F (40° C).
The city’s first “dreadlocks center” – a shop, hair salon and cosmetics brand all rolled into one.
Jump into a flotation pod for an hour of sensory deprivation.
A center for personal training and small-group Pilates.
The place to go when you feel the need to unwind.
This studio was founded by experienced artists Óskar, Lean and Xai and their partner Rúl.
Their style is Hatha Vinyasa, intense and dynamic.
Their holistic health services address an array of ailments.
The center is devoted to helping balance the body, calm the mind and care for the spirit
An international team of stylists run these two salons.
Despite the name, the emphasis is on skincare and fragrances rather than makeup.
Each tattoo at this parlor is custom draw.
From self-defense to Muay Thai, Jiu-Jitsu and Combat Submission Wrestling.
This new salon claims to do “the best nails in Barcelona.
This massage studio is an example of how to live sustainably.
The latest techniques in hair and makeup from Vidal Sassoon and TONI&GUY.
A beauty parlor and spa with great prices, located next to Plaça Catalunya.