A spa is a place of relaxation, much like a candlelit bathtub or the quiet seaside cliffs you throw your tax documents off of. Calm down with this Groupon.
$34.99 for $70 Towards Spa Services
Guests can use their $70 Groupon towards the cost of Pima and Maricopa Native American–influenced spa rituals, including the Stoha white-clay body wrap ($135–$155), the Kushpo indigenous scalp treatment ($65+), and the Boi Ve'Choch organic facial ($150–$170). The Pima medicine massage incorporates aspects of spiritual healing into a therapeutic massage ($145–$225). Guests can also pamper themselves with salon services, such as the Nohnhovi citrus sugar manicure ($55–$75), a haircut ($50+), or professionally applied makeup ($50+).
Aji Spa at Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort
Visitors to Aji Spa enjoy not only supreme relaxation, but also a rare and precious glimpse into Native American culture. The Pima and Maricopa tribes that own the spa designed the indigenous collection of hair, face, and body treatments to closely align with their tribes' traditional rituals for healing and purification. The spa space is decorated in the style of an ancient healing retreat, and guests can choose to detoxify and relax with any number of services. Kioho—aka Burden Basket Meditation—sessions draw inspiration from the traditional baskets Pima women used to transport up to 100 pounds of household necessities and children. Guests work one-on-one with an experienced meditation instructor to isolate their mental stressors—their own burdens—and purge them, resulting in a sense of peace and a lighter emotional load. During the Kushpo indigenous scalp treatment, a skilled staff member massages a mixture of oil and clay into the hair and scalp to balance the scalp, soften hair, and melt away stress.