If abracadabra was broken up into two words, those two fun-to-say words still wouldn’t be as magical as these two words – “spa day.” Spa days are so important that some people build entire vacations around them. Spa days have become so popular that “spa tourism” is an actual term now. Spa days are so relaxing that people actually take off work to experience them.
I, on the other hand, took a spa day for work. I wondered why spa days seem to be dominated by women. Why haven’t men jumped onto this trend in the same way? With the goal in mind of breaking the stereotype that “spa days” are mostly for women, I bravely checked out Qua Baths & Spa at Caesars Palace.
Without knowing what I was getting into, I felt my efforts were comparable to Billie Jean King’s in her famous “Battle of the Sexes” tennis match with Bobby Riggs. She broke boundaries to show that an athlete, no matter the sex, could achieve things otherwise thought impossible. I lay on a table and let a very skilled body artist knead her able hands into my flabby, worn-down body. It’s easy to see how similar Billie Jean and I are, isn’t it? She probably felt like it was something she had to do, too.