Pamper Yourself At Kinara Spa
By Deb Flomberg
Enjoying a little bit of luxury doesn’t always mean that you have to escape for a whole weekend away. Sometimes you can book a little bit of time for some special one-on-one luxury treatment of your very own. That is where a day spa like Kinara Spa comes in. Kinara, which is a Hindi word meaning “on the edge,” is a wonderful zen-inspired spa that knows how to treat and pamper you, allowing you to truly relax and enjoy the taste of luxury.
Owner Olga Lorecin-Northrup, originally from Yugoslavia, has extensive training in the grand tradition of European spas. With a background working in the most prestigious spas in California, Olga founded Kinara in 2001, even inventing her own skincare product line. Today, you can book time at Kinara and enjoy a huge variety of pampering and luxurious treatments.
From skincare to nail care to hair or body treatments, there is a lot to enjoy here. Try the Red Carpet Facial, which was designed for those that need a glowing complexion right away. Or check out the Deep Detox Facial to purge your skin of any impurities. The Red Carpet Anti-Aging Treatment is also a fantastic way to fight the aging process, with medical-grade microdermabrasion and a customized peel.
When it comes to massage, enjoy the Bamboo Fusion Massage for a fantastic blend of smooth bamboo tools to provide an individualized treatment. Or try the Kinara Signature Lymphatic Treatment for a full body detoxifying thermal body wrap and massage.
No matter which treatment you choose, you’ll love pampering yourself and enjoying the life of luxury with your trip to Kinara Spa. Of course, you’ll want to start this trip off right, and that is by arriving at the spa in style in your 2013 S600 Sedan from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. It is just the right car to start off your day of luxury with an elegant and stylish drive.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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