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.
Choose from Five Options
$29 for a Champagne Splendor pedicure or shellac manicure with paraffin treatment (up to a $60 value)
- Aromatic exfoliating scrub
- Nail grooming with polish or shellac manicure with paraffin treatment
- Knee-to-toe massage
- Glass of champagne<p>
$75 for a Holiday Delight package for one (a $155 value) $139 for a Holiday Delight package for two (a $310 value)
- Massage with aromatherapy
- Deep-cleansing facial
- Hydrating hand and foot massage<p>
$175 for a King or Queen for the Day package for one (a $350 value) $325 for a King and Queen for the Day package for two (a $700 value)
- Body scrub with polish or wrap
- Body massage
- European facial
- Catered lunch<p>
The Holiday Delight package lasts about 2 hours, and the King and Queen for the Day package lasts about 3.5 hours. Customers can also opt to remove the facial from the package and upgrade their massage to 90 minutes.
Franklin Tea Spa
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 pickup.
66% of 599 customers recommend
“Very nice people, massage and enviornment!”
“Great clean place. I had a couples massage, and we both enjoyed it.”
“Well worth it”