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unwinding in one or all of the three pools (hot, hotter, and cold), the Roman Rituals experience offers herbal steam rooms and saunas. You may also select from an extensive menu of sensual healing rituals includingpressurepoint facials,deeppore cleansing treatments, or a stone massage with aromatherapy that promises to leave you “perfectly balanced and tension free from head to toe.” If all of these options don’t quite do it for you, and you happen


n the 1970s, TV commercials told us that a box of Calgon would take us away from the daily madness of work, spouse, and kids. However, with the stress of today’s economy and social pressures, a box of soap flakes in our humdrum bathtub is just not working. It is 2011 and we

are more stressed out than ever constantly searching for bigger and better ways to lose our troubles and relax. For some, a 20 minute massage at a mall kiosk may do the trick. But for others, there must be a better place to ease ones weary bones — a place where Calgon would never have dreamed of going. According to Sex & the City’s Sarah Jessica Parker, “Every once in a while, a girl has to indulge herself.” Whether you are a girl, a guy, or

a girl and a guy in need of pampering, the Qua Spa (Caesars Casino) offers a unique and over-the-top place in to rejuvenate your mind and body in total indulgence. As soon as you walk through the gorgeous double-glass doors

and enter Qua Spa, you are instantly surrounded by calmness andsensuality. Subdued, gentle lightsbathe the room, soft scented candleswaft throughthe air, andapeaceful receptionistwelcomes you into this luxurious retreat. Although you are in an Atlantic City casino overlooking the ocean, Qua brings “the traditions of thegloriousbathsof ancientRome tomoderntimes.” Inadditionto

have $5,000 and three hours to spare, Qua offers its top-of-the- line treatment — Dieci Mani (Ten Hands). Yes, here is away for youto relax likeCaesarhimself by thehands ofnot one, two, or even three, but four Artisans (highly skilled massage therapists) and an Aesthetician who will fulfill your every spa-related wish. Your experience begins with a full body exfoliation under a Vichy cascading shower (massaging you with nine shower heads). Then your body is “cocooned” in herbal hot linens while you receive a cold stone facial massage and a cleansing foot ritual. After your body is unwrapped of its herbal healing, you are

escorted down a candle lit hallway to your next treatment room gently stepping on rose petals scattered on the floor. Here all four of your Artisans simultaneously perform a classic light touch and hot stone back massage. Then, attention shifts tothe frontof the body:massage,chakra(energy)balancing, foot reflexology,hydration facial, and a Shirodarah (healing liquids gently poured onto the forehead) scalp massage. At the end of your Dieci Mani treatment, you are once again escorted back to the Roman Baths to continue relaxing and enjoying a healthy snack and refreshments—possibly a cup of tea specially selected for you by the in-house tea Sommelier. In addition, Qua tops off this over-the-top day by giving you a gift bag filled with decadently wonderful lotions, healing balms, and other spa gifts. What does the Dieci Mani feel like? “Absolutely wonderful” and

“out of this world” are only a few ways to describe this luscious indulgence. According to Dina Buttino, Spa Supervisor, Dieci Mani is a Qua experience that will exceed the expectations of any client.

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