My 2-year-old daughter loves to tickle people, dogs, stuffed animals–anything. She also loves to be tickled. I will admit that after a good tickling session, I feel less stressed and relaxed. I guess she’ll fit it well if we ever travel to Spain–home of a new “tickle spa.”
While critics of the spa that being tickled will get your heart rate and blood pressure to rise, the spa says it leaves clients feeling relaxed and they enjoy the treatment.
One of the tickle therapists told MSNBC that the treatments are enjoyable even for those that don’t like to be tickled because they vary pressures for each client.
Is this the kind of spa treatment you’d be willing to pay for?