The Aspira Spa

I’m a true spa aficionado. For those of you who shrink at the thought of a stranger touching you, think “Pat Down at Airport Security.” Believe me, the touch of a professional masseuse is infinitely more relaxing.

At the Osthoff Resort’s Aspira Spa, I enjoyed a Moroccan Hot Oil Massage. My masseuse, Serena (what a great name for a masseuse!), drizzled hot oil on my skin, followed quickly by rubbing it in. The only negative about the treatment was that she wasn’t a hot Moroccan…

The most memorable area in the spa was the dimly-lit Meditation Room. Designed in a great curve, the rounded walls created an aura of serenity. They say that corners cause stress. Comfortable banquettes hugged the wall, while in the middle, a round shallow pool was surrounded by tea candles.

When my group went for a light, healthy lunch in the Aspira Spa Cafe, we noticed that one woman was missing. Someone eventually found her asleep in the Meditation Room. To me, that’s the ultimate spa experience. 

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4 thoughts on “The Aspira Spa

  1. Thanks for sharing Aunt Eleanor! It looks so relaxing, kinda wish I was there. Since I’m not I will re-live through you……;) I Can’t wait to see where you go next!

    ~Amelia~

  2. This is an article for Michele. She is exactly what you discribe about being sensitive with a masseuse. We had experience a hot spring water spa in Arkansas and it took some doing to get here there. But she finally did and admitted enjoying it. So I will share this articale.

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