I went to Olympic Spa to satisfy my curiosity about Akasuri. So a friend & I made an appointment the treatment called Pure Bliss which included an Akasuri Body Scrub, a citrus jojoba bead body polish, a full session Korean Deep Tissue Massage with aromatherapy oils, a stimulating essential oil scalp massage, a botanical facial massage & chamomile mask, hair wash & conditioning with Bumble and Bumble. We quickly realized that we had to lose all our inhibitions once we entered the hot tub/pool and spa treatment area. Everyone was walking around exposed, all kinds of women; fat, skinny, old, young, Asian, black, white, sagging, tight you get the point...We were ordered to go to the communal showers and wash ourselves with the soap provided before entering the herbal pools. After soaking for a few minutes an older Korean woman in a black bra & underwear, called my number for my treatment to begin. I made my unclothed journey across the room to the scrubbing/treatment area where there were six plastic covered beds lined up & some bare women getting treated by other black-lingerie clad women. She ordered me to lie face down on my table & without delay she put on one green and one yellow mitt and started scrubbing away. Every inch of my body was scrubbed vigorously. Then was the body massage, she then proceeded to the facial massage & applied the mask. While waiting for the mask to harden, she gave me a neck and shoulder massage. I was then covered in steaming towels & she wiped my whole body down to remove all of the excess oil. After she peeled off the face mask, she washed my hair & gave me another head massage. My hair was wrapped in a towel, she sat me up, rubbed something cool down my spine, draped me in a robe, put slippers on my feet, thanked me, & handed me a gratuity envelope. This was probably the best $100 I've ever spent. It was nice leaving a massage without my hair feelings oily! [u can just the scrub for $30].
Pros: On-time, cheap, parking