Lay away available for massages and day spa treatments in Scottsdale

Aloha: Do you enjoy visiting our day spa for some of our more expensive treatments such as our Lomi for Lovers Couples Massage, our Chocolate Lover for Lovers, or a Spa Package for yourself and or a friend? Sometimes it may be hard to save up that $200, $300, $400 or even more that is needed for the exotic day at the spa you love. We have the perfect solution…lay-away!

You can actually place money in your spa account with us and use that money anytime in the future. You can make additions to your spa account online with your credit card without even coming in. You can add as little as $10 in a single payment.

When you add money to your spa account the money stays in your account forever. You can check your balance online anytime you wish and you can use the funds for anything that you would pay cash for. There are no restrictions whatsoever for spa account money. Use it for a last minute sale that you otherwise would not have been able to take advantage of, or use it to save for holiday gifts next year. Members and non members can benefit equally from keeping money in their spa accounts. This is like a lay away plan for massages and spa treatments, except you don’t have to choose the exact treatment now. You cannot withdraw money once you put it in, but you can use it for anything including products, services, gift cards, sales, gratuity, etc.

To open a spa account or make additions simply go to our online store and make a Payment to Account. If you have never used our online system just create a new account and login. If you use our online system to make appointments or buy services you can use that same password to login.

If you have any questions about the spa lay-away just call us at 480-661-2991. We currently have clients in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler, Tempe, Goodyear and other almost all other valley cities. Our furthest lay-away client is from the United Kingdom! She adds money regularly so when she visits us again she knows she has the money in her account for the treatment she wants.