Spa Week Brings Affordable Wellness For All

The popular Spa Week biannual event returns today and lasts through October 18th, with hundreds of spa, wellness, and fitness facilities offering premium full-service treatments at a major discount of $50 each. Finding the time for spa treatments is no longer a luxury but a necessary balance of everyday life. Spa Week has successfully spread this message for more than a decade and enabled millions to live a healthier lifestyle. Spa Week has taught us that a wellness lifestyle now has increased benefits to our overall wellbeing and allows us to live a longer and more wholesome life.

Since its creation in 2004, Spa Week Media Group has been a true pioneer in the spa and wellness industry, and Spa Week, a leading wellness marketing event, has made it possible for millions of people across North America to experience the healing and therapeutic benefits of the spa. Hosting spring and fall events with affordable $50 treatments, they are now celebrating over a decade of successful involvement in the spa industry. By heavily discounting costly spa and wellness services on a national scale, Spa Week has played a major role in opening the spa world to the masses while diminishing its privileged and exclusive reputation. For the past 11 years, consumers from all demographics have felt physical and mental relief and gained tools for healthier living by taking advantage of an abundance of spa and wellness treatments at an attainable price.

This week, luxury treatments at affordable prices are on the menu at hundreds of health and wellness practices nationwide. Spa-goers could book discounted treatments starting September 9 when the directory launched. Many signature treatments normally priced at $100-$500 will be offered at a special rate of $50 at participating spas (day, medical, and resort), yoga, and Pilates studios, and fitness and nutrition centers. Millions of spa-goers will look to these treatments to enrich their personal health and wellbeing, rather than just to pamper themselves. From the most modern massage and bodywork techniques, to cutting edge skincare procedures, to classes focusing on fitness, nutrition, and mind/body, there’s something for everyone on the Spa Week menu.

Information on participating spa and wellness locations and their $50 services can be found on www.spaweek.com. 

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