Spa Week Planned for April 11 to 17

Spa Week Media Group, a leading health, beauty, and wellness marketing company, is hosting Spa Week April 11 to 17. Hundreds of participating spas will offer premium full-service treatments at a discount to help alleviate the damage caused by technology overload. "Spa Week's National Spring Event will allow millions of people to experience the healing and therapeutic benefits of spa treatments for just $50," says founder Cheryl Reid. "Visit spaweek.com today to see all of the spa and wellness locations across the country."

Here are six noteworthy spa treatments that help clients treat technology-related stress and injuries.

Haven Spa (New York City) offers the Geek Massage ($50, 60 minutes) involving an intense combination of therapeutic stretching and targeted deep tissue work. Created to address and relieve the problems that result from long hours hunched over at a computer, this massage helps alleviate muscle spasms, aches, lack of mobility, headaches, and muscle tightness.

Anxiety brought on by our fast paced lifestyle can be healed through the power of water—Holistic Touch (Alexandria, VA) offers Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture ($50, 90 minutes). With this natural face-lift, you will notice a great improvement in skin tightness, clarity, and evenness of tone. Lines will also show improvement and meditation exercises are taught during the session to help break the habits of expression that contribute to these.

Elizabeth Adams Salon & Day Spa (Chicago) has discounted the Spa Oceana Stress Relief Treatment ($50, 50 minutes), which is a water-based stress-relieving body treatment.

KUR Skin Lab (New York City) has created an Office Relief Massage ($50, 60 minutes) involving guided meditation, alleviating subconscious tension along with physical and mental strain.

Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa (multiple locations) is offering a De-Stress Body Treatment ($50, 50 minutes) that includes exfoliation, an aromatherapeutic body wrap, and a relaxing scalp massage to melt stress away and rebalance the spirit. 

If a spa is interested in participating in Spa Week, they can contact [email protected].

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