A spa can be a refuge from the chaos of a busy life or from the chaos of a city slowly being overtaken by hyperintelligent children. Escape the madness with this Groupon.
$50 for $100 Worth of Spa Services
The service menu includes a custom 60-minute facial ($95), a 60-minute Swedish massage ($85), and a 35-minute detox Lipomassage treatment ($90), which promotes detoxification and cellulite reduction while flushing out the lymphatic system. The staff also offers hair removal ($70 for a Brazilian wax) and 60-minute sunless-tanning treatments, during which a therapist hand-applies the product and performs a full body scrub ($90).
While protecting the beauty of their clients, Spa Willamina also protects their skin and the environment by using pure, plant-based, natural products. Willow Light, the owner, puts her 20 years of healing experience to work in the spa, which features towering plants, an exposed-brick fireplace, and hardwood floors that can be pried up and thrown into the fireplace if necessary. Willow’s staff is a small army of aestheticians and massage therapists who have skills as diverse as certified diet counseling and herbalism. Inside various tranquil spaces—including a shower room, foot-soaking room, and nap room—they work to exfoliate body surfaces, knead out tension, and remove unwanted hair with soft strip and Cirepil Blue hard wax.
95% of 775 customers recommend
“I love Spa Willamina. It is complete escapism. ”
“Alicia's amazing! ”
“Please get air conditioning for your downstairs room by the front desk and fix the table....Luckily, Joy did such a good job, I didn't even notice a problem, except...”
“Please get air conditioning for your downstairs room by the front desk and fix the table....Luckily, Joy did such a good job, I didn't even notice a problem, except it would have made her job easier and more pleasant so she didn't have to take the time to go find pillows because of the bed and interrupt my facial to move the fan because it affected the steam. Joy did a great job and did not complain at all, it was me who noticed and asked questions.”