Acupuncture treatments are used to relieve pain, increase energy, and improve well-being, unlike normal puncture treatments, which are only used when patients are filled with helium. Let your ailments float away with today's Groupon to Serenity Spa and Natural Health Clinic in Tacoma's Theater District. Choose between the following options:
- For $50, you get an acupuncture treatment (a $90 value) and an aromatherapy scalp and foot massage (a $35 value; a $125 total value).
- For $55, you get a 60-minute Serenity signature lavender sugar scrub, which includes time in a eucalyptus steam room, monsoon shower, and full-body exfoliation (a $110 value).
Serenity Spa and Natural Health Clinic's eco-friendly sanctuary wraps well-worn bodies in relaxing energy with an array of holistic healing treatments. The 60- to 90-minute acupuncture treatment strives to release tension and stress wedged, like squatting trolls, along the body's factory lines of energy. Designed to create a spacious tunnel for the chi (energy) to flow, fine needles are delicately inserted into critical pressure points along the physique, potentially helping to relieve allergies or treat autoimmune diseases and pulmonary disorders. Further bolstering relaxation, the 15- to 20-minute aromatherapy foot and head massage works to invigorate the senses with scented oils, soothing strokes, and an absence of heavy-metal music.
Those interested in a full-body treatment can opt for the 60-minute Serenity signature lavender sugar scrub, which invites patrons to step inside a refreshing eucalyptus steam room. Bodies remove dull outer casings with natural wild-french-lavender oils and pure organic sugar. A monsoon shower rinses away sugar and beard debris, leaving bodies as radiant as tin foil set aflame.
Serenity Spa and Natural Health Clinic's Gustavian décor of dark, intricately constructed furnishings accented by curtains and adornments in neutral tan and grey-blue tones creates an elegant retreat akin to a silk-bed-sheet fort. Sip a refreshing beverage from the Mad Hat Tea Company.