MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx and wife Donna D'Errico (of "Baywatch" fame) recently gave a private tour to the TV show "Extra" of ZenSpa, Donna's new spa in southern California. Check out the video here.Among the services being offered by ZenSpa is the so-called "Classical Rock Massage," which is being described as a "side-by-side musical journey for couples with dueling therapists massaging to a moody blues beat." "As a nod to my husband, I wanted to have a treatment that reflected music," D'Errico said. "It's a musical treatment where therapists are choreographing therapeutic massage with some of the greatest albums of our time." For more information on ZenSpa, click here.
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