5 Benefits of Going to the Spa.

Posted on Mon, 29 May 2017 in: General 1

5 Benefits of Going to the Spa.

The term 'a day at the spa’ is associated with luxury care that makes one look and feel better temporarily, but that’s not the whole truth. After a day of pampered treatments, a you will look and feel better, but there are long lasting benefits that will improve the overall well-being.  Let’s debunk the myths and discover the truth about some of the benefits of going to the spa.

Massage Improves Circulation

A massage relieves muscle tension and relaxes the entire body immediately. All the movement of the muscle tissue helps improves blood circulation and the circulation of the lymph fluid. Increased blood circulation lowers blood pressure and the increased lymphatic fluid circulating throughout the body carries away more metabolic waste from the muscles and internal organs.

Boost Serotonin Level

Serotonin is the ‘feel good’ hormone the body produces naturally. It’s what makes us feel relaxed, sleep more soundly, feel less stressed and feel more in control of everyday situations. A massage prompts the body to release more serotonin so the client leaves in a better mood than when they arrived. Less stress, better rest and a better perspective on life are all conducive to improved overall well-being.

Taking It Home

Treatment does not begin and end inside the walls of the spa, but it goes home with the you. You esthetician will educate  you on skincare so that you can stimulate collagen production and improve the outward appearance of your skin at home. A written prescription to take home or access to information on the website will also help you master proper home care from head to toe.

Improve Overall Fitness

Wellness treatments can include many fitness activities, including yoga, pilates or kick boxing, which are designed to improve overall fitness. Licensed, certified mind/body professionals provide you with lots of outdoor fitness options and a variety of treatments to motivate and inspire you to make lifestyle changes to improve your health.

Better Rest

Sleep deprivation is the culprit behind many of the health issues plaguing our nation today. Stress, irritability, weight gain, infertility, high blood pressure, diabetes and premature aging can all be traced back to not getting adequate rest. Treatments will help you sleep longer and more soundly so that all aspects of your health will be greatly improved.

A day at the spa is not a once-and-done thing, it will take commitment and follow-up care. Education, home care and regular rebooking will enable you to reach your individual wellness and skincare goals

With Love,




  • Priscilla Johnson

    By Priscilla Johnson Wed, 02 Aug 2017

    Love this. French women have a better approach to self-care. They see it as an important aspect of overall health and they believe that taking care of themselves is a something that they are worthy of.

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