Top 10 De-Stressing Spa Treatments for Tax Time

These spa indulgences will help you relax without emptying your wallet.

ByABC News
April 2, 2010, 11:44 AM

April 5, 2010— -- If you're worried about what you may owe Uncle Sam, tax time can be particularly stressing. That's why there's no better time to treat yourself to a relaxing spa treatment.

Even if you're lucky enough to be on the receiving end of a sizeable refund this year, well then, you may want to use some of that hard-earned cash to reward yourself.

Here are 10 treatments that will help you forget your tax time woes:

The Warming Glow Massage ($135/50 min.) at Sundara Inn & Spa in Wisconsin Dells, Wis., melts away stress with candles made from organic oils and shea butter. Once you've chosen from eight different scents, the therapist lights the candle of your choice and then uses the warmed oil in a Swedish-style massage. You're then free to take home the remaining candle, which may come in handy when you burn the midnight oil crunching those final numbers.

Filing your taxes online? Then you might want to schedule a break from Turbo Tax with the WiFi Massage ($120/60 min.) at The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia. There you can revisit a time before technology played such a significant role in day-to-day life. Relaxing areas often strained by excessive computer use, this full-body massage focuses on your hands, arms, neck and shoulders. It even includes a soothing treatments to relieve eyestrain.

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If you can't imagine parting, even briefly, with your BlackBerry or iPhone, you'll definitely want to check out the Techno-Stress Relief ($35/25 min.) at The Wellness Center at The Ritz-Carlton, Charlotte in North Carolina. Developed for tech-dependent individuals, this brief, yet calming, massage uses acupressure and Swedish massage techniques to soothe soreness in the thumbs, wrists, neck, and back. It's also ideal after a night spent poring over last year's receipts.