Last week, we gave you a taste of our experience at Butter Day Spa, located at 255 Hope Street (right by the OMAC!). We wrote about the beautiful blooming tea ceremony and the 5-Flowers Facial, which were both parts of the Bali Retreat. One writer got to indulge in the include the Bali Body Treatment, while another enjoyed the Spa-Chi Body Therapy Session.
The Bali Body Treatment was exactly was the doctor ordered for the stressed-out student who had the opportunity to enjoy it. Sixty minutes long, the hands-on massage incorporated beautiful-smelling Cinq Mondes Balinese balms and mists. It’s a proprietary treatment, created by the staff at Butter Day Spa; as such, you know they’ve crafted an experience designed to make you relax. A key part of the Bali Body Treatment was the 5-Flowers Cleansing Water, which was sprayed on the legs, arms, and back at various points of the treatment (it was super refreshing and felt like raindrops). This is followed by the use of the Flowers Cleansing Balm—its silky texture is supplemented by kneading that helps to break through though those knots. The treatment includes kneading of the back, shoulders, and legs, as well as a foot massage (!) at the end, which was a delight. The beautiful smells of the balms and the oils contributed to a beautiful sensory experience overall. The stressed-out writer left her session feeling refreshed, well-rested, and de-stressed.
A blend of Reiki, Chakra work, and traditional western knot and stress-relieving techniques, Spa-Chi indulges both the mind and body. Perfect for the student-athlete or recreational runner, the sixty-minute-long treatment diminishes soreness and pays attention to knotted muscles. Butter Day Spa offers two variations on the treatment: one that focuses primarily on relaxation and another, which focuses on removing knots. Depending on whether you’ve been hitting the books or the gym more frequently, you can choose between the Spa-Chi treatments and customize a fitting experience. Butter Day Spa’s trained professionals use signature hand pressure techniques and energy work on the back, shoulders, legs, and face and spend more time on areas in need of special attention. The soothing oils and relaxing ambiance contributed to the blogger’s heavenly and one-of-a-kind experience for the mind, body, and soul.
All great things, right? Well, three lucky student winners who entered Butter’s contest last week have the opportunity to experience one of the three treatments we’ve covered! The winners are:
Natasha Blackadar: Spa-Chi or Deep Spa-Chi
Carly Risman: Bali Body Treatment
Rebekah Stein: 5-Flowers Facial
If you’re tempted to make the trip to Butter, you should know that the spa is making it easy for college students to enjoy its services. Butter Day Spa offers terrific deals for students, including:
- 20% off if you’re a college student
- 30% off if you are referred by another student who is a current client of Butter. All you need is their name when booking or checking out.
- A complimentary service once you refer four or more students.
With finals right around the corner, it wouldn’t be the worst idea to book an appointment at Butter Day Spa. The holiday season is a great time to relax—encourage your parents to give you an early gift in the form of Butter Day Spa gift certificates. If they mention that their child is a student at Brown, they too can receive the discount. Take it from us: put this on your list. The treatments were wonderful.
This post is sponsored by Butter Day Spa.