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What You'll Get
Eighty percent of America's cucumber crops go toward making pickles; the other fifty percent are distributed among spas for edible eye coverings. Harvest your senses with today's deal: for $65, you can choose from four available spa packages at Fusion LifeSpa in Wayzata, up to a $145 value. Customers may purchase up to four Groupons, but one must be used for each package, and each package must be used in one visit.
Fusion LifeSpa provides a relaxing escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life and lighthouse maintenance while helping rejuvenate visitors with top-notch relaxation and beautification services. All four spa packages utilize only the finest skin products. Choose from one of the following Fusion LifeSpa packages:
The Hammam Experience ($145) is composed of a 60-minute lemon-coffee-olive stone shower scrub and Japanese tub soak, as well as a Moroccan pedicure, for a torso to toe rebuffering.
The Asian Fusion Experience ($145) combines acupressure, moxibustion, cupping, Gua Sha, herbal supplements, and Tui Na massage with a 60-minute Japanese bathing ritual, leaving visitors with a well-traveled and fully relaxed soul sack.
The Detox Experience ($145) includes a 60-minute steam exfoliation and detoxifying soak before providing a colonic hydrotherapy cleansing.
Finally, the Holistic Skin Experience ($120) consists of a 60-minute European Fusion facial and an organic fruit peel with a soothing shoulder, neck, and foot massage, wholly good for plugging stress holes with holistic relaxation.
In addition to receiving only the highest-quality spa services, visitors to Fusion LifeSpa will enjoy a relaxing atmosphere doused in soft tones and eye-catching décor, as well as a friendly staff of experienced pore plumbers. Detoxifying one’s body may help alleviate allergies and body pain, as well as boost energy levels. The body, freed from the heavy burden of toxicity, can reassert its normal, balanced vitality. A rejuvenating spa package at Fusion LifeSpa is the ideal solution for those feeling sluggish, depressed, and itchy-spleened, or those whose political beliefs restrict them to a diet of discontinued Surge soda and polysorbate 80.
- But the experience—including the facial—was great. The spa was beautiful. The room was dark. Everything was very Asian, feng shui, clean, relaxing and unpretentious. – Atty Kim, Twin Cities Metro
- Designed by an architect and a globe-trotting aesthetician, the day spa is a deeply soothing space that offers exotic treatments such as purifying bath rituals; an invigorating ginger-grass scrub with warming silk-oil massage; and the new Zen Fusion Facial, a transcendent combination of chakra massage, detoxifying facial, and reflexology. – Elizabeth Dehn, Minnesota Monthly
- Fusion Lifespa offers great service, down to earth, knowledgeable staff, and all the services you could want. Their deep-tissue massage is among the best I have ever had. If you like a calming, friendly atmosphere this is the place for you. – micheller987, Citysearch
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 14, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person. Limit 1 per spa package. Must be used in 1 visit. 24-hour cancellation policy or Groupon is forfeited. Gratuity not included. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fusion LifeSpa
Inside a tiled sanctuary, puffs of perfumed steam swim through the air, hovering just above the surface of a Japanese soaking tub. This is no ordinary bathtub. It’s the site of Fusion LifeSpa’s curative bath, a treatment that helps clients unwind in tinctures of hot mustard, spicy ginger, or lavender. Inspired by holistic Asian medicine and therapeutic European techniques, services such as curative baths embody Fusion LifeSpa’s eclectic influences.
In the front waiting area, staff members welcome clients with warm cups of organic green tea, a fitting complement to the spa’s feng shui decor. Inside the treatment rooms, European spa treatments—such as massages and facials—contrast Asian-inspired services, including the jasmine facial mask, which makes use of the spa's proprietary skincare line. Other services, such as a footbath inspired by a Moroccan hammam, cleanse the body with natural assistance from organic coffee, tangerines, and figs. And for holistic care, the spa’s acupuncture services can realign energy lines faster than an electrician trained in heart surgery.