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Spa and Relaxation

spa and relaxation

A regular spa and relaxation day can be very beneficial for a person’s health. Many spa treatments will decrease stress levels. Some people enjoy being swaddled or cocooned in a warm blanket, while others prefer to feel as relaxed as possible. A lymphatic draining massage, for example, is a common recommendation from physicians. However, there are other forms of spa and relaxation that are equally beneficial for your overall well-being.

When creating a relaxing environment, consider the National Sleep Foundation’s tips for creating a peaceful bedroom. For example, when a client has just had a relaxing spa experience, he or she might want to prepare for a soothing bedtime routine, take a warm bath, go for a long walk, or meditate. A calm mind equals a relaxed client. Here are some ways you can make your spa a more relaxing place to visit.

A spa day may include massage and facial treatments. Facials involve cleansing, exfoliation, and hydrating your face. A light massage is often included, and it helps to relieve tension in the neck and head. A massage can also relieve headaches. Foot spas can be relaxing, too. Traditional foot massages focus on relaxing lower leg muscles and increasing blood flow to the joints. Aromatherapy may also be added to the experience. Relaxation can begin even before the procedure is completed.

The Chuan Spa integrates the five senses into their guest’s experience. A questionnaire helps the team determine a client’s needs and tailors his or her treatment to suit the specific needs of each guest. The Contemplation Room includes sensory loungers for a deep sense of calm. Separate, heated locker rooms offer separate relaxation areas and encourage participation in the Chuan Bathing Ritual. And, because Chuan Spa emphasizes a holistic approach to wellness, it is a good place to spend some time.

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