Eliminating muscle tension, like writing a paper with Mark McGwire cited as its sole source, entails a healthy amount of massage. Relieve your muscles with today’s Groupon to Aria Salon & Spa in Quincy. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get a 60-minute Swedish massage (a $75 value).
- For $39, you get a 60-minute custom facial (an $80 value).
- For $69, you get a spa package (a $155 total value). The package includes the following:
- 60-minute Swedish massage (a $75 value)
- 60-minute custom facial (an $80 value)<p>
Aria Salon & Spa, which abuts a tranquil marina, hosts a staff of licensed massage therapists and aestheticians who customize massages and facials within sky-blue treatment rooms. Aestheticians inspect skin during a one-on-one consultation, then craft a facial protocol to address individual beauty concerns, such as whether or not it’s possible to apply lipstick in total darkness. The facial can include deep cleansing and exfoliation to brighten and hydrate skin and may also plump up the epidermis to reduce fine lines and creases. Muscles sing with relief as massage therapists knead away tension and transmit government secrets via Morse code during the Swedish massage. Gliding effleurage strokes boost circulation and detoxify muscles as the sinew savant tackles knots and employs firmer petrissage strokes to alleviate stress. The massage encourages suppler, more capable muscles, thus reducing the risk of injury.
Aria Salon & Spa
As if to complement its view of the harbor, Aria Salon & Spa immerses guests in oceanic serenity. One of its body treatments begins with exfoliating salts from the Dead Sea, then cocoons clients in a Hawaiian seaweed mask. The ocean even appears on the massage table: a detoxifying back massage employs marine products that refresh the back, scalp, feet, and fin.
Of course, not every treatment calls upon briny remedies. The salon segment of the venue administers blow-dries, haircuts, and color treatments. Makeup artists highlight features with Aveda products, whereas estheticians combat acne and signs of aging with a menu of facials. The Radiant facial, for example, evens out the skin's surface with botanical extracts and the mineral tourmaline, providing a gentler alternative to microdermabrasion or practicing your eskimo-kisses on a tree.