$17 for a Spa Day with Themed Therapy Rooms at King Spa and Sauna-Dallas ($30 Value)

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Nine distinct spa rooms invoke elemental therapies such as dry heat, charcoal, ice, and stone to treat skin conditions and boost circulation

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Expires Aug 21st, 2013. Limit 10 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Must be 18 or older or accompanied by a guardian. Must be used by the same person. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$17 for a One-Time Spa Admission ($30 Value)

Guests can meander in and out of nine distinct therapy rooms—each thematically focused on an elemental or organic material such as soil, salt, charcoal, or crystals—that transmit therapeutic heat to various parts of the body. In the Base Rock room, for example, guests recline on slabs of Japanese siraka stone that emit infrared rays to increase circulation and lymphatic drainage. Between relaxing sauna sessions, guests can stop at the food court to sample one of more than 15 Korean-style specialties, including Ramyun noodle soup, pan-fried dumplings, and spicy soft-tofu soup. Otherwise, they can stock up on nutrients by sipping on a freshly blended fruit juice or shake. The one-time admission is good for 24 hours after entrance.

King Spa and Sauna

Modeled after traditional Korean spas, King Spa and Sauna houses nine distinct therapy rooms, each of which specializes in treating a different form of ailment or anxiety. The Charcoal room lines its walls with antibacterial briquettes, which can alleviate conditions such as eczema and undercooked pork sausage. The domed sauna in the Fire Sudatorium encircles entrants in the room's dry-heat and oak-tree aromatherapy, whereas the low temperature of the Ice room encourages blood flow to the chilled parts of the body. In the heated Base Rock room, slabs of siraka stone deploy infrared rays into prostrate patrons, inciting increased circulation and lymphatic drainage during a process that, like most mixed-martial-arts careers, typically doesn't last longer than two 15-minute sessions.

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