Mirbeau Welcomes Fall with Seasonal Spa and Culinary Additions

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The fall season signifies change: change in weather, change in food, and a change in routine spa treatments. Mirbeau Inn and Spa (Skaneateles, NY), is expanding offerings to its clients with the introduction of seasonal spa events and classes featuring the flavors, tastes, and aromas of the season. Mirbeau is a 34-room, year-round destination where guests can relax and rejuvenate in the heart of New York’s Finger Lakes wine region. Throughout the months of September and October, guests can enjoy various spa treatments and cooking classes that are designed to set the mood of the season. Invigorating ‘Fresh from the Farm’ treatments at the spa feature products from Farmhouse Fresh, including the new Pumpkin Chai Latte Mani/Pedi ($60, 50 minutes). 

From September 1— October 31, the spa is offering two new treatments featuring Zents products in a signature blend of Mandarin + Ore. The Zents Seasonal Body Quench ($135, 50 minutes). The Zents Seasonal Body Ritual ($235, 100 minutes) begins with a full body exfoliation and will leave skin refreshed with an organic shea butter body wrap. 

Guests can participate in a two-hour yoga and meditation retreat, led by California-based yoga instructor and holistic intuitive private chef, Shannon Delaney. They can enhance personal cooking skills by joining the Mirbeau culinary team to learn how to cook a variety of salad, pizza, and cocktail recipes.


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