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By Deb Flomberg
When everyday stress has you at your limit, it is important to find some time to relax and rejuvenate over the weekend. Sure, most weekends you find yourself with lists of chores to do, household projects to complete and other obligations, but every now and then it is a great idea to push those aside and find time for you. Make your relaxing day even better by bringing along your sweetheart, and use the time to reconnect as a couple, enjoying some rest and relaxation together.
Visit Le Petite Retreat Day Spa for lots of great ways to enjoy time together while melting away that stress. There is a lot to enjoy here as a couple, with a large selection of specially created couples retreats. There are both indoor and outdoor areas to enjoy, and you can share a couples spa facial, a couples massage or even private couples bathing. You can also spend some relaxing time in the sauna to end your truly therapeutic day.
Try the Jade Stone Couples Spa Massage for a combination of Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage with both hot and cool stones. This amazing delight even includes both Shiatsu and Thai elements plus acupressure and more. When you are done, why not relax in a Couples Champagne Bath for two? You’ll delight in a beautiful tub, surrounded by candles as you sip champagne and relax in the most luxurious environment while reconnecting with the one you love most.
Of course there is only one way to make this day of rest even better, and that is to drive there in your 2014 CLS63 AMG Coupe From Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You will start your day of luxury by enjoying the amazing interior of this elegant Coupe, arriving at the Le Petite Retreat Day Spa in the signature style and class that you can only get from the name Mercedes-Benz.
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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