T’s Wellness Guide to Milan

A favorite among practitioners of meditative yin yoga, this pared-down studio near Repubblica also offers vinyasa, prenatal and beginners yoga, and ayurveda instruction. Classes fit the work schedule, with early-morning, afternoon and evening sessions, plus extended 90-minute weekend courses. Weekly slots with the founder Marco Migliavacca are especially beloved among Milan’s yogis. Viale Tunisia 38; hohmstreetyoga.com

Inside a ’40s-era former lamp factory near Porta Garibaldi, Möt provides daily, pay-as-you-go barre, Pilates, TRX and yoga classes in small group formats or one-on-one sessions. The studio has a decidedly upscale bent — rooms are luminous and carefully designed, the locker room is stocked with natural products by Cowshed, and the studio has been designated to provide classes for Milan’s new Soho House, which will open in 2020. Viale Francesco Crispi 3; motstudios.it

Perhaps the most Milanese of gyms, Ceresio7 was designed by the design studio Storage to pay homage to the sharp rationalist architecture of this monolithic ’30s-era building that once housed the national energy company and is now the headquarters of the DSquared brand. Besides personalized trainers and a flashy, gold-walled workout zone, the gym has an on-site spa, providing facials with Biologique Recherche products, located just downstairs from the equally stylized Ceresio7 restaurant and rooftop pool. Via Ceresio 7; ceresio7gym-spa.com

Named after the vacation-redolent cocktail, Bahama Mama uses nontoxic Smith & Cult nail polish alongside natural scrubs and treatments by brands such as Mansard and Dr. Vranjes as part of its manicures and pedicures. In a city where nail care studios are still a rarity, this is the one place that meets even a New Yorker’s demanding manicure standards. Viale Col di Lana 1; bahamamama.it

Inside the Palazzo Parigi hotel’s grand villa, this spacious, sunny spa has a strong Moroccan escape vibe; the luxurious pool is flanked by Moorish doors, treatments include ghassoul masks and savon noir rubdowns, and a pink marble hammam room is available for private sessions. For extra self-care after the spa, unwind with a tea in the hotel’s garden. Corso di Porta Nuova 1; palazzoparigi.com

An urban refuge tucked away on a quiet street in Brera, the Bulgari Hotel and its gleaming bar are a favorite destination for fashionable travelers, and the spa here is suitably glamorous, with a gold-tiled pool plus an outdoor hot tub that faces the lush garden — cultivated for centuries by monks and now the site of a buzzy aperitivo scene when the weather is agreeable. Most treatments use La Mer products; one very Bulgari facial massages the skin with precious stones. Via Privata Fratelli Gabba 7b; bulgarihotels.com

This converted apartment in Milan’s western end is where Italy’s fashion set (including Margherita Missoni, JJ Martin and Maria Carla Bosco) heads for haircuts and holistic facials using Biologique Recherche products and an intensive massage technique invented by on-site legend Andre Malbert, the former makeup artist to Grace Kelly. For maximum tranquillity, cuts and treatments are administered in welcoming private boudoirs. Via Aurelio Saffi 25; davidediodovich.it