A day at the spa grants sweet respite from a fast-paced world of errands, deadlines, and books on tape read by auctioneers. Savor serenity without speediness, thanks to today's Groupon to Spa Dhara in Fremont. Choose from the following options:
• For $60, you get a Marrakech Rhassoul Dream treatment with 30 minutes in the sauna (a $155 value).
• For $110, you get a Marrakech Rhassoul Dream treatment for two with 30 minutes in the sauna (a $310 value).
• For $200, you get a Marrakech Rhassoul Dream treatment for four with 30 minutes in the sauna (a $620 value).
Spa Dhara envelops clients in organic treatments inspired by ancient Middle Eastern rituals designed to detoxify and cleanse. In a chamber of white marble, mosaic, and twinkling lights, clients commence the 60-minute Marrakech Rhassoul Dream treatment by getting their skin coated by all-natural granulated lava clay imported from Morocco. Up to five muddy buddies lounge on heated seats while warm steam dries their clay cocoons and opens their pores, leeching toxins from the skin and allowing nutrients to enter. After a cleansing shower, attendants slather shoulders and backs in argan oil and perform a royal foot rub that concludes with a tiny crown placed on each toe. Thirty minutes in a FAR infrared sauna guide the tranquil treatment to an end, and a snack of fruit and green tea prepare the body to reenter a public world intolerant of clay body suits.
Spa Dhara’s dozens of body and beauty treatments unite physical and mental peace just as they harmonize Eastern practices with a Western approach. Ayurvedic and Turkish methods combine with natural and organic products to nourish the skin during facials, microdermabrasion, and body services. Signature treatments keep tension at bay with heated stones and bamboo, alongside unique ingredients such as goat’s milk and lava clays imported from Morocco’s most serene volcanoes. Spa Dhara also meets beauty needs in the salon, where threading sessions remove unwanted hair, mani-pedis spruce up hand and toe tips, and henna designs provide an intricate alternative to scrawled grocery lists.