What’s a dream you ask, well the day spa of course. A place that exists to pamper and preen a person until they are a great big lump of relaxation, barely able to function on any meaningful level. These establishments have facilities that can send a person to bliss and then onto a higher plain of existence. There are pools, saunas, steam rooms and whirlpools along with the different treatments they offer, which can include massages, facials and generally spoiling you rotten.
A place of wonder and magic that usually only exists in fairytales, that is until you get the bill of course, then reality comes crashing in. Your reduced pores and manicured fingernails disagree but who ever listens to them. A day spa can reduce your savings in mere hours because lets face it when that perky little lady behind the counter remarks, ‘my… what big pores we have’ the last thing you are worried about is whether your credit card is going to get whip lash.
Walking into a day spa in Highpoint is designed to make you forget your how much you might be spending and that you may have to sell your soul to the closest demon to afford it. The overwhelming sensation of having people cater to your desires, can drive sensible thoughts straight out the window, along with any credit rating you ever had.
Don’t get confused though, if someone invites you to a destination spa, back away slowly. This is not the same thing as a day spa, a destination spa offers similar features but accommodation is included and physical torture as a side dish. Instead of relaxation you get diet advice, exercise programs, yoga, life coaching and wellness instruction all wrapped up with the pools, saunas and massages. Oh yes, come on in, you can relax here for half an hour until I come back and get you to try and wrap you leg around behind your head. While we are at it, we will tell you how you have been all wrong in you approach to life and feed you seaweed afterwards as a main meal, bon apatite.
To keep your bits in all the right places and to be able to keep some self esteem the day spa is a safer choice. Destination spas are more for people who like to spend their money on sadistic merchants of the stretched muscle and ego deflating seminars on how eating chocolate as a main course is not very healthy. Like that could ever be true, it is much healthier for the people around you, if you are allowed a chocolate main dish every now and again. Especially if they don’t want to end up as garden ornaments.
Day spas places of credit card bending joy and destination spas places of healthy alternatives, life altering discussion groups and exercising madness. Remember the difference.