The word “spa” conjures up images of long days filled with mud baths and meditation classes, exquisitely prepared spa cuisine, and fragrant eucalyptus groves.
But spas lately, seem to be popping up everywhere: office buildings, strip malls, village storefronts. Salons with one tiny massage table tout their spa services. Even nail places call themselves spa pedicures. How can they all be spas?
For one thing, there are several different types of spas. The first kind is a destination spa. At a day spa you just drop in for treatments like massage, facials and body treatments Often, day spas are an extension of a hair salon, which is fine as long as the spa is a separate wing that offers a quiet, serene, environment.
But no one is regulating use of the word spa. That’s why some salons promote spa services when all they have is one massage table, or use names like “spa pedicure.” If you have any doubt, check out the facilities yourself before booking an appointment. Just drop in and ask for a quick tour. At a minimum, a day spa should offer professionally administered massages, facials and body treatments in a quiet, serene atmosphere.
A. Spa Packages :
1. Nature Inspiration , 2 hours US$ 65
Aromatic Footbath, Body wash, Balinese Massage, Body Scrub, Tropical Fruit Body Polish, Aromatic Flower bath, Body Lotion.
2. Sweet Dream, 3 hours US$ 87
Body Steam, Aromatic footbath, Body Wash, Traditional Facial or Hair Creambath, Balinese Massage, Body Scrub, Tropical Fruit Body Polish, Aromatic Flower Bath, Body Lotion.
3. Moonlight, 4 Hours U$ 120
Body Steam, Aromatic Footbath, Body Wash, Hair Creambath, Balinese Massage, Body Scrub Traditional Facial, Tropical Fruit Body polish, Aromatic Flower Bath, Body Lotion, Finish for The Treatment Lunch or Dinner.