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I tried the Seattle Coffee Sugar Scrub & Massage at Elaia

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Espresso isn’t only for drinking.

We all are worthy of to relaxation and take it easy, a minor self-treatment if you will. What much better way to take care of you than having a massage? I did just that lately at Elaia Spa, located in Hyatt at Olive 8. It is one of (they say the greatest) spas in Seattle, and the best tranquil oasis in the middle of the city’s hustle and bustle.

Elaia Spa has a dozen remedy rooms, the place they offer you a wide variety of experience, human body and massage treatment options. When you e book an appointment, you get entry to all the spa’s amenities for the overall day — together with a pool, warm tub, health middle, steam space and dry sauna. Just before your appointment, you wait around in their relaxation room, boasting cozy chairs, tea, snacks and windows looking out into the city.

Even though there are a bunch of treatment options to choose from, I went full Seattle manner and selected their Seattle Coffee Sugar Scrub & Therapeutic massage. I am a huge espresso gal, and if you are from Seattle, you know how this town feels about coffee. So, of program, I had to consider this treatment.

The Seattle Espresso Sugar Scrub & Massage ($225 for 90 minutes) is meant “to harmony the nervous technique, uplift emotions and boost electrical power, pores and skin and digestion.” The massage therapist who did my procedure was Jen, and she was a gem. She manufactured me really feel at relieve and taken treatment of though producing certain I was wholly relaxed and snug during the overall 90 minutes.

The procedure commenced with a body scrub working with their exfoliating polish, which consisted of cane sugar, locally roasted Victrola Coffee and cocoa powder. This portion refreshes the complexion and stimulates circulation. My skin was newborn gentle just after this scrub. I then received in likely the nicest shower I have at any time knowledgeable, with h2o coming from the walls and the ceiling. When I was dried off and back on the therapeutic massage table, Jen arrived in for the therapeutic massage part of my cure. When I tell you I could have fallen asleep all through the 60-minute therapeutic massage, I suggest it. Jen used shea butter built with goat milk and sweet vanilla, which smelt divine.

I ended my day at Elaia with a dip in the hot tub — a great way to conclude a certainly relaxing day.

Elaia Spa is found at 1635 8th Avenue, Seattle. Although the items, providers and/or accommodations in this tale ended up offered without the need of cost, the views inside of are those people of the creator and the Seattle Refined editorial board.

Abby Luschei is the assistant editor of Seattle Refined and can be attained at [email protected]. Follow her on Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and Fb.