Mind and body operate in tandem, which is why stress causes headaches and slamming your hand in the door makes you forget math. Restore your faculties with this Groupon.
- $117 for an aroma steam massage or aroma steam facial with towel treatment and hydrating foot therapy for two people ($270 value)
At locations in Franklin, Royal Oak, and most recently Birmingham, experienced aestheticians dissolve stress with soothing massages, facials, and nail treatments that utilize fruit-infused scrubs or oils from Sacred Earth Botanicals. Inside private treatment rooms, techs evict toxins with Dead Sea mud or seaweed body wraps and knead knots into untied shoelaces with aromatherapy massages or therapeutic stretches. Treatments, including a slate of mani-pedis, come in various packages for half-day pampering sessions, with tasty add-ons such as a spa lunch or bubbly sips of champagne. Alternatively, the spa's concierge services take the pampering out of the spa and into the shells of stressed turtles or homes of customers, who may also request assistance with errands, laundry, and grocery pick-up.
This spa provided, they really made the experience a pleasant one! I am coming back to them time and time again, the massages are out of this worldNicolas, Yahoo! Local, 3/22/12
The staff was friendly and professional and they went out of their way to make this a luxurious experience.Danielle P., Yelp!, 10/26/10
67% of 517 customers
“Great experience very professional and great atmosphere. ”
“Had an awesome experience and the staff was terrific! ”
“Rosa was amazing - thorough, detailed, and excellent. Felt a little rushed in getting the massage and scrub in one hour - would be nice to extend from 60 to 75...”
“Rosa was amazing - thorough, detailed, and excellent. Felt a little rushed in getting the massage and scrub in one hour - would be nice to extend from 60 to 75 minutes (although I was not rushed out of there - I enjoyed my tea and relaxed). Room and ambiance was beautiful and I forgot I was in an office building or in the middle of downtown Birmingham.”