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What You'll Get
Without proper attention, neglected feet may rebel, assaulting their owners with sudden aromatic eruptions and embarrassing displays of public pliés. Appease hard-working appendages with today's Groupon: for $35, you get a Director spa package, which includes a 60-minute foot massage, 15-minute body detox, and a paraffin foot mask (a $70 value), at Karma Relaxation Spa.
Karma's Director spa package fawns over feet to rejuvenate the body, soul, and soles. A one-hour foot massage soothes strain and eases arches, expertly untangling any knots left over from intensive sessions of toe knitting. Next, a 15-minute ion detox foot cleanse works to purify from top-to-bottom. Feet are submerged in a tranquil pool of ionized warm water to draw out toxins, chemicals, and other foreign materials clogging up the skin. Emerge from your session feeling refreshed, with increased energy and a precisely balanced chi. Finally, a special paraffin foot-mask treatment will smooth and soften to leave feet beautifully primped like boy-princes resting atop cushions of fresh fruit.
The recently opened Karma Relaxation Spa offers limbs and the guests sporting them a world-class experience in a luxurious setting. Decadently appointed rooms beckon with warm wall colors, cushioned couches, and thick carpeting. Return for additional pampering with a massage in a cinnamon-hued space, or cook your cares away in the wood sauna. No matter the treatment, this 4,000-square-foot oasis' convenient location in the heart of San Diego ensures a short trip to a reinvigorating getaway.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. 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 Karma Relaxation Spa
Instead of a bar and a jukebox, Karma Relaxation Spa has East Asian art and plush beds between gold and red walls. But, it still has that after-work panacea known as happy hour—from 6 to 7 on weekdays, guests can pay $20 for 25 minutes of a soothing service. Available treatments range from a scalp and neck massage to a paraffin treatment with a facial mask, and they even come with a champagne-based beverage.
Outside of that slice of time, the spa still sets muscles at ease with several types of massages. Therapists utilize Swedish, deep-tissue, and Thai kneading techniques in addition to acupressure work, hot oil, and hot stones. They also combine several treatments into packages named after important titles. The President, for example, includes a massage, ionic detox, fruit skin-conditioner, Vichy shower, and time in the sauna, with or without headphones that only blast the national anthem.