Your biceps are burning. Your feet are aching. Your hands are cramping up.
At the end of a major work out?
Nope. Just wrapping up another power shopping session in which you flexed every last fashion muscle trying on outfit after outfit, walked 10k worth of mall grounds, all while lugging at least 50 pounds of new swag.
You’re gonna need more than a quick water break to bounce back from this one.
So head on over to the Hyatt Regency Waikiki’s Na Ho’ola Spa for a little retail therapy—its brand new Shopaholics Treatment, a heavenly Swedish massage designed to target the muscles used most while shopping—feet, lower back, neck, shoulders, and head.
First, special moist heating blankets are applied to relax and loosen the muscles, and reduce built up tension (fitting room anxiety we mean you). Then each area is thoroughly worked through by hand, using vigorous kneading methods and stress-relieving stretching techniques.
Fifty minutes later, all those muscle knots will be fully unraveled, and totally recovered.
Now if only you could get your credit limit stretched out too.
The Shopaholics Treatment, Na Ho'ola Spa, Hyatt Regency Waikiki, 2424 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu. To make a reservation or for more info, call 808.923.1234.
Posted on Friday, April 23, 2010 in Permalink