Summer Night at the Osmosis, Send Your Camel to Bed

It’s late.  Your camel is sleepy.  And you have some serious twirling and marinating to do at Osmosis Day Spa on a hot Arabian night.  On Thursday September 8th from 6-9pm, the exhilarating spa sanctuary transforms into an exotic garden swirling with the scents of Moroccan morsels prepared by the French Garden, complimented by soulful wines from Marimar Estate Winery.  Take a peek into the future with a fortune telling session by Braid of Braid Tarot.  Enjoy the Middle Eastern grooves from Cotati locals Raga to Riches as you delight your fancy in a live belly-dance performance.  And you’ll be able to melt your stress away in the cedar enzyme foot bath, with the opportunity to purchase additional mini-spa treatments if desired.

By the way, anyone who schedules mini-treatments or future treatments during the event will be entered for a chance to win a free cedar enzyme bath for two.

So send your camel to bed and enjoy a Summer Night with Osmosis for an evening of Middle Eastern nirvana!

Admission to event is $25/person, and includes food, drink, and enzyme foot bath.  To reserve your spot, book online or call Osmosis at 823-8231.


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4 Responses

  1. Olivia 06. Sep, 2011 at 11:15 pm #

    I think someone has watched “Road to Morocco” too many times and thinks it is reality. If you’re going to party like a Moroccan, you won’t be sipping on wine. Virtually all of Morocco is Muslim and alcohol is forbidden. And Nirvana is associated with Buddhism and Hinduism, not Islam. Your ignorance is offensive. Are you planning to dress like Jasmine from Disney’s”Aladdin”, too?

  2. Crissi 07. Sep, 2011 at 12:24 pm #

    Alas, my Jasmine costume is at the cleaners. ;-)

    Sorry you’re offended. Not my intention in reporting what sounds like a really fun party.

  3. Susan 07. Sep, 2011 at 9:01 pm #

    This sounds like fun!

    And it is likely that this retreat was conceived in the spirit of fusion. A blending of cultures. I don’t know, but I imagine this shindig was never intended as a slam against customs/protocol/beliefs.

  4. AC 08. Sep, 2011 at 4:08 pm #

    For the record, there’s no such thing as watching Road to Morocco too many times.

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