If you've ever sat beside a roaring fire, wishing its flame fingers would reach out and massage your aches and pains away, today's deal gives you all the warmth of a fire massage without the uncomfortable burns. For $58, you get any 90-minute massage (a $118 value) at White Dahlia, a house of sweet relaxation that combines the atmosphere and service of a luxury hotel with the soothing, private environment of retreat spas.
Stressful things such as jobs and stress can transform your once-nimble muscles into rigid two-by-fours. A hot-stone massage will relight your internal furnace and flexibilify your tense muscles. White Dahlia's friendly massage therapist strategically arranges gently heated, smooth basalt-lava stones on your body to deliver a comfortable warmth that will drain away tension and bring your muscles to optimal stress-exorcism temperature. After the 90-minute hot-stone massage undelivers the tension of the world, you'll receive a complimentary beverage that is conveniently free of hot rocks. You may also use this Groupon toward any of White Dahlia's other 90-minute massages
To fully enjoy White Dahlia's exclusive environment, call to schedule your appointment and book an actor to pretend to be turned away by an imaginary bouncer. Groupon holders are not required to have a membership, although Groupon-holding members are allowed to look twice as happy before, during, and after massage.
Seven Citysearchers give White Dahlia an average of 4.5 stars. Here’s what they’re saying:
- I got referred to White Dahlia from my hair stylist and I have never been more impressed with a massage in my life – leswes
- The therapists are experienced and very talented. I highly recommend for either a treat or for treatment of any medical problems that could be helped by massage! – coleenehanson
The ancient Aztecs prized dahlia blooms for their healing powers, passing their appreciation for the colorful flowers on to European explorers in the 16th century. Since then, the dahlia has served as a pan-cultural symbol for physical and spiritual wellness, which is why the founders of White Dahlia chose it to represent their spa upon its opening in 2006.
Today, White Dahlia’s aestheticians and massage therapists measure the quality of their service with the same five-star ratings system used by hotels and resorts, drawing on years of experience to soothe their clients with exfoliating facials and therapeutic massages. Their comprehensive pretreatment consultations exemplify the level of care with which they treat each client, as do aromatherapy blends specially formulated to recall the comforting scents of flower petals or teddy bears stuffed with fresh-cut grass.