Spa Week Offers Affordable Health & Wellness

National Event leads health and wellness movement with its affordable $50 Treatm

National Event leads health and wellness movement with its affordable $50 Treatments.

The spa industry has been making services more diverse and wellness-focused than ever before, offering more programs and incentives for consumers to lead healthier, happier lives. Now, Spa Week is making it possible for millions to take advantage of the healing benefits of spa with its biannual, signature $50 treatments.
 
Moving into its 16th installation this spring, Spa Week will help deliver innovative, cutting-edge services at a discount to consumers across the United States and Canada. From April 16–22, hundreds of spas (day, medical and resort), yoga and Pilates studios, fitness centers, and other health and wellness practices will offer up to three signature treatments at a discount of just $50 each.

From introducing new massage therapies like Acupressure and Bamboo Massage and advanced, clinically proven, skin-perfecting facials to weight-loss and nutrition classes, Spa Week helps to educate spa-goers on how to incorporate specific treatments into their lifelong health regimens.
 
Prior to Spa Week’s inception in 2004, the spa industry was often perceived as a VIP circle, reserved for the beautifying and pampering of the rich and famous. Spa Week aims to break down these barriers by opening up the world of spa to the masses, making costly treatments affordable for the average consumer. After experiencing a huge economic downturn and the recent healthcare crisis, stressed-out, overworked consumers have come to rely on Spa Week as a means to provide the physical and mental therapeutic relief they need on a budget.
 
To take advantage of Spa Week, consumers register on spaweek.com for exclusive information on participating spas and their $50 services. SpaWeek.com will launch five weeks early this year, on March 12, to give consumers even more time to book their desired services well in advance.
 
For more information on how your spa can take part, visit spaweek.com.

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