Soak away the worries that have lodged themselves in the nooks of your joints and the crooks of your connective tissues, while inhaling a bouquet of soothing, therapeutic scents. Today's deal will restore your body to a nubile state of relaxed joyousness unlike any since you got your braces removed. With this Groupon, $24 gets you a Jacuzzi hydrotherapy massage with aromatherapy steam from SaSa's Spa, a combined $60 value.
Retreat to SaSa's beautiful sanctuary, located in Bolton Hill, and feel the pressures of the outside world dissolve off your soon-to-be-tension-free shoulders. The warmly lit, peaceful suites in SaSa's will please and relax every sense organ, and the friendly staff will go out of their way to make sure that your experience is flawless. Slip into a bubbling Jacuzzi for 30 minutes of hot-water massage heaven while breathing in the therapeutic aroma of your choice (we chose bacon). Follow up with a 20-minute steam shower as the olfactory-induced relaxation continues. You'll leave your near-hour of warm, steamy paradise feeling as loose and carefree as a jellyfish.
This deal also gets you 20% off other services at SaSa's, such as facials ($85), full-body exfoliation ($95), and full array of waxing services. SaSa uses only organic products that treat your skin the way nature intended—that’s gentle rainfall nature, not sharks and lightning nature. Head over to SaSa's for a marvelously soothing afternoon.
Reviewers on Google can't say enough good things about SaSa's, giving it 4.5 stars:
- The place is beautiful and everyone was so professional. I received first class treatment and unbelievable pricing. – spa.goer
- I was given a complimentary hydrotherapy service for my Birthday, and that was a nice surprise since it was my 1st visit with them. Everything about my visit was perfect from start to finish. – lisa
- The atmosphere, the decor and the quality of service is [sic] incredible. – feisty
Classic Fairytales Revisited
When you’re bubbling away your stress in a foamy little ocean of your own, you might feel just like the Little Mermaid, which is to say, the happy-ending Little Mermaid from the movie, not the Little Mermaid from the original tale, who gets her tongue cut out and ends up disintegrating into sea foam. In fact, most famous fairytales are much grimmer than their modern counterparts.
Cinderella: In the movies, Cinderella is whisked away to the ball by magic and rescued by her prince, thanks to the glass slipper she left behind. In the original story, Cinderella is endlessly bitten by her ugly step-horses while fashioning a pair of iron slippers so that she might finally crush the shrew who has been taunting her with riddles.
Snow White: In the movies, Snow White flees her wicked stepmother, becoming den mother to a clan of whistling dwarves. In the original story, Snow White is a smart, sexy grad student whose life is turned upside down when her fiancé’s kidnapping forces her to reawaken as a brainwashed, sleeper-cell assassin for the mysterious and powerful Dopey Corporation.
Tarzan: In the movies, Tarzan is portrayed as a non-lingual brute or as an animated baby whose gorilla mommy soothes his untamed heart with the Oscar-winning tones of Phil Collins. In the original story, he is a viscount who fights Ant Men in the 10th book! Honest to god, Ant Men!
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