So don’t look too hard for a book connection here. There really isn’t one. But we just found out that Spa Week is heading at us fast. And despite the fact that we hadn’t heard of Spa Week before this morning, it’s been around for a long time. Not super long: just since 2004, but long enough to gain a (relaxed and happy) following. The press material is pretty convincing:
Wellness is now a mainstream lifestyle; it is no longer a unique or niche belief. It is a fact that incorporating spa and wellness treatments into your life will improve your health and well-being. This necessary nurturing has proven to reduce anxiety and stress, elevate self-confidence and boost performance levels. Consumers are more health conscious than ever. Finding the time for spa treatments is no longer a luxury but a necessary balance of your everyday life. Spa Week has successfully spread this message for more than a decade and enabled millions to live a healthier lifestyle. From October 12th-18th, this biannual event returns with hundreds of spa, wellness, and fitness facilities offering premium full-service treatments at a major discount of $50 each. According to The Mayo Clinic, a nonprofit medical practice and medical research group, “Relaxation techniques are an essential part of stress management. If you’re an overachiever, you may put relaxation low on your priority list. Don’t shortchange yourself. Everyone needs to relax and recharge. Relaxation is invaluable for maintaining your health and well-being, and repairing the toll that stress takes on your mind and body.” Spa Week has taught us that a wellness lifestyle now has increased benefits to our overall well-being and allows us to live a longer and more wholesome life.
Want to close the deal? There’s more information here.