What You'll Get
Applying pressure to certain points in the feet can yield unusual results, from hysterical fits of giggles to subliminally making the bearer yearn for a burger. Satisfy your hunger for total relaxation with today’s Groupon: for $53, you get a Swedish massage and scalp therapy at Farashé The Day Spa in Columbia (a $106.50 value).
Invoking holistic techniques from a range of cultures, Farashé’s skilled staff delivers healing treatments to troubled bodies in a calm, soothing atmosphere. Treat worn-out skins to a relaxing combo of Swedish massage and scalp therapy. The one-hour Swedish massage melts muscles and manufactures meatballs with a barrage of kneading and pummeling, which can help relieve stress and improve well-being (a $79 value). Following the massage is a 10-minute scalp therapy treatment, which uses a variety of massage pressures and rhythms at strategic points on the head to stimulate the senses, improve blood circulation, and increase brain waves for intergalactic transmissions (a $27.50 value).
Farashé promotes a calming serenity with the sounds of its tranquility fountain and with its décor, which mixes Indian and Moroccan influences. The spa was designed using the feng-shui principles of water, fire, metal, wood, and earth. Specializing in the revitalization of body and mind, Farashé is staffed with trained and certified massage therapists prepared to make each visit a comfortable and nourishing experience akin to bathing your soul in a bowl of chicken-noodle soup.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. By appointment only; subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice required. Gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Farashé the Day Spa
The owners of Farashé the Day Spa designed it with the feng shui elements of water, fire, metal, wood, and earth in mind. It makes for a fitting setting, since the treatments that take place there, like feng shui, draw from ancient Eastern healing philosophies. These Ayurvedic treatments range from scalp massages that stimulate the senses to applications of warm oils that separate clients from the lampposts to which they’ve frozen their foreheads. Aestheticians also perform Western spa treatments including facials with Dermalogica or GM Collin products. During body treatments, therapists draw from natural ingredients, such as mineral salts and sea mud, which clients then wash off with a massaging Vichy shower. Treatments take place amid the arched doorways and draped gold silk curtains that mark the spa’s Indian- and Moroccan-influenced decor.