How can you put a price on love for life, ambition, motivation, and then sell it?? Mary Davis did it again with Satori Spa, a true awakening experience. A place for nourishing, restoring, and revitalizing. Mystic needed an out-of-the-box entrepreneur to incorporate body treatments, facials, and massages with a holistic healing that could bring detoxifying and rejuvenating into everyday life. Satori Spa now brings to Mystic CT the spa that includes their very own float therapy tanks and infrared saunas. Cell health, endorphin releasing, and full body renewal to not only experienced through a spa day treatment but to bring home to carry into everyday life.
The massages, facials, and body works are surreal nourishing and relaxing. The Float Therapy is revitalizing and new to our very own Mystic. SeeMystic couldn’t wait to try this. The idea originated in 1954 by Dr. John Lilly, a neuropsychiatrist that was studying sensory deprivation for the brain. The idea of positive physical results for the worn-out, tired, and overthinking professional, parent, bride, athlete, and every day on-the-go multi-tasker felt rejuvenating. The “gimmick” or “honest truth” about a warm tub filled with Epsom salt to ease muscle tension, decrease blood pressure, reduce stress hormones, and increase endorphins had to be discovered.
“Epsom” is a place in England with natural springs, and “salt” is the chemical that when released into warm water breaks down into magnesium and sulfate. The magic helps relieve sore muscles, arthritis, insomnia, skin irritations, and any swelling or sunburn in-between. It is a wellness tool in the 30 to 90 minute session of complete quiet and disconnection from the world and inner rehab for the busy mind.
What SeeMystic discovered is that beyond that moment, it is a wellness tool that comes full force into the rest of the day, the night sleep, and the morning that follows. Whether it is real or “in your head” there is no doubt that this therapy releases endorphins, giving that feeling of love for life and ambition. The tired are rested, the defeated are motivated, and the hurt are rejuvenated.