Glen Ivy Hot Springs Unveils Wellness Package with Open-air Massages

Glen Ivy Hot Springs created a wellness program specifically to accommodate COVID-19 safety regulations.

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Glen Ivy Hot Springs in Corona, California, has launched its Passport to Wellness upon the spa's reopening. Passport to Wellness is an outdoor spa experience that includes open-air massage treatments, fitness classes, swimming and fresh dining, with complete access to the grounds. This wellness package was created to accommodate the physical distance and safety guidelines from COVID-19. 

Passport to Wellness provides guests with a unique hot springs experience for guests seeking a day of poolside relaxation and rejuvenation. Spa-goers will have access to a private lounge with pool chaises, a dining area, umbrellas, a private changing cabana, 50-minute Swedish-style massage, three-course lunch, fitness classes—including yoga, meditation and aqua classes—therapeutic pools and mineral baths, and a dedicated host, who will educate visitors about the hot springs, remind guests of their treatment appointments, and provide food and beverage service. 

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