Though it doesn't provide the discomfort and high ticket prices associated with an airport pat-down, a massage is still an effective tool for discovering concealed knives and small firearms. Prove you’re not packing in the most relaxing way with today’s Groupon: for $35, you get a 60-minute massage at L'Ultime Day Spa (a $75 value), located at the corner of Battleground Avenue and Horsepen Creek Road.
Let L'Ultime Day Spa’s squadron of practiced, licensed dermal kneaders and knucklers welcome you to the spa’s relaxed, peaceful environment, which is free from typical day spas’ toe-sucking snails. Hop aboard a heated, sheepskin table for your 60-minute massage therapy, which can take the form of a Swedish, deep-tissue, sports, or prenatal knead-fest. Tap the skintelligence of your knowledgeable kneader, who can fully customize and target his or her movements around the problem knots and tricky contours of your soul home. Whether you seek relaxation, relief from migraines or sciatic pain, or stress destruction, the experts will whisk away the worries that have lodged themselves in the nooks of your joints and the crooks of your connective tissues while dispensing a bouquet of soothing, therapeutic scents at your discretion. Call ahead to make an appointment.
24-hour cancellation policy.
L'Ultime Day Spa
In the olden days, nomads and royalty alike made pilgrimages to the lowest point on earth: the Dead Sea. The vitamin-rich waters, which are roughly six times saltier than the ocean, had a therapeutic effect on bathers, dissolving stress, boosting metabolism, and brightening skin tones. Nowadays, the same benefits can be had without a trip to Jerusalem, thanks to L’Ultime Day Spa’s mud wraps, which tighten skin and detoxify systems with the sea’s salt and mud. A team of massage therapists can also relax muscles with kneads customized to each client, in styles that range from Swedish and deep tissue to reflexology, which focuses exclusively on the hands and feet. They can even ply the physique with reiki, energy work that stimulates the body’s self-healing powers without also activating its self-cloning powers.