Getting a massage is a decadent way to pamper yourself, much like brushing your hair with the bones of a famous person. Live lavishly with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $55 for a 60-minute Swedish massage and a mini facial (a $110 value)
- $55 for a 60-minute sugar scrub (a $110 value)
- $55 for a 60-minute seaweed body wrap (a $110 value)
As a licensed massage therapist soothes aches and dissipates stress with long and flowing Swedish-massage strokes and hydrating lotions, steam towels blanket the client’s face for an added touch of comfort. The hourlong sugar scrub combines aromatic oils and body lotion with exfoliating sugar to rejuvenate skin, and the seaweed wrap infuses the entire body with rich vitamins and minerals that can tighten the skin for a more youthful look.
Sand Dollar Spa & Massage
When licensed massage therapist Karen Garry first opened Sand Dollar Spa & Massage, it only made sense that her husband, Matt, join the team. After all, she’s not the only massage therapist in the family. With his expertise in sports therapy and her skill at creating relaxing spa treatments, the duo managed to transform a humble practice into a booming success, even garnering a nomination from King 5 as one of the best massages in western Washington.
Though the staff aim to create an environment of healing and ease, choosing which treatment to enjoy can be rather difficult. They offer nine massage modalities, including Swedish, volcanic stone, and a four-handed treatment, during which two massage therapists work on a single client. Spa treatments, such as sugar or sea-salt scrubs and seaweed body wraps, rejuvenate bodies from the inside out with skin-softening formulas. Across the spa, in-office teeth-whitening sessions can enhance smiles by up to eight shades in 20 minutes, or 1/200,000 of the shelf life of a Twinkie. Committed to supporting their community, Karen and Matt donate both their time and gift certificates to local organizations, such as Evergreen Primary School, University Place Volunteer Center, and Charles Wright Academy.