What You'll Get
Smelling good requires a concerted effort, much like setting a fire with your mind and then apologizing even though that was obviously cool. Impress everyone with this Groupon.
$59 for Personalized Perfume Package ($130 Value)
During consultations, guests meet with aromatherapy experts who explain the differences between fragrance categories. They use organic essential oils to create a tailored scent based off clients' personal tastes. The package includes an up to 30-minute consultation, glass body spritzer, and pulse point rollerball that allows clients several different methods of utilizing their scents.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 7, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Must submit preliminary intake 24hr before appointment. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Sabita Holistic Center
After a year of living in the corporate-communications world, Sabita knew she needed to change paths. Like a baseball player who runs to first every time he swings, she felt herself becoming too aggressive. In order to reconnect with her inner empathy and sense of place in the world, she decided to commit herself to taking care of others. With that desire in mind, she became a massage therapist and holistic-health counselor and opened the Sabita Holistic Center in 2003 to surround herself with like-minded professionals.
Celebrating their 10th year of business, Sabita and her staff heal guests of all ages and needs with holistic techniques, such as guided meditation, massages specifically tailored to elderly guests, and self-esteem workshops. In addition to leading the classes and workshops, doctors meet with guests to prescribe holistic treatment plans that incorporate Western and Eastern methods. The center even purveys its own beverage: Sabita Tea. It's a kosher-certified organic line that comes in varieties such as peppermint white tea, nutmeg white, and anise—which comes from the eponymous seed-producing plant.