Spa & Massage Guide

Enjoying Your Massage

Before your massage:

  • Arriving at least 15 minutes prior to your appointment is recommended.   Your experience of relaxation begins at the door.  Unplug and give yourself time and space.

During your massage:

  • It is common to undress completely. During a Western massage the body remains completely covered except the area where the oil is applied. An Eastern massage keeps the body covered with a towel or sheet throughout the entire massage.
  • Every body is different, so always feel free to communicate your needs and preferences with your therapist before and during your massage.

Deep work is perceived differently by everyone. Therapeutic deep work should never make you feel uncomfortable. If at any time during your massage, you experience discomfort or pain, please communicate immediately with your therapist.

  • Relax, breathe, and close your eyes. This is your time.

After a massage:

  • Massage therapy promotes circulation and the release of toxins from body tissues. Drinking extra water will help to flush the toxins and prevent dehydration.

It is our honor to assist you on your path to health.

Enjoying the Communal Baths

Our baths are a temple of serenity and gourmet bathing.  In order for all to enjoy, we ask that you follow these guidelines:

  • A picture I. D. is required for each guest on each visit.
  • Please unplug.  This is time to unhook from your cell and other electronic devices.
  • Leave your valuables at home.
  • Keep your locker key with you at all times.
  • It is traditional to wash and rinse before entering the pools.
  • Begin with the dry sauna (approximately 140 degrees) or steam room (120 degrees).
  • Use the salt provided to do a self exfoliation.
  • Stimulate your circulatory system with the cold pool (55 degrees).
  • Rest and rehydrate.
  • The hot pool is 104 degrees and is the final stage to this blissful bathing ritual.
  • Help us with our efforts in conservation, limit your towel use.
  • Consider silence as your personal mediation and kindness to others.
  • Spa attendants are available to ensure your comfort.

Health Concerns

Visiting Kabuki Springs & Spa is a wonderful body-cleansing experience and can be enjoyed by most people. However, because we use heat to reach a state of relaxation, some clients should be aware of health issues.

Having a light meal prior to your visit is recommended to prevent any discomfort due to high heat.

Those with low and high blood pressure can be affected. High heat causes the capillaries in the skin to dilate, which in effect lowers blood pressure. When this happens, the heartbeat increases to keep blood pressure normal.

Pregnant women should seek the advice of their doctor prior to a spa visit.

The use of drugs and/or alcohol prior to your spa visit is strongly discouraged.

As our guests are using the baths to promote health, we recommend that the communal baths are not used when you are feeling under the weather.