The deadline for filing taxes is quickly approaching, which means stress levels are high for procrastinators and financial services professionals. We’ve tallied up a few top treatments to help clients relax while they wait for their refund. Clients may be at their breaking point, but they don’t need to break the bank to look and feel great with these specials:
Diana Ralys Skin Health (Santa Monica, CA) is hosting a Wellness Week through April 16. The special menu includes discounted facial treatments, Reiki Sessions, and Infrared Body Sessions. Reiki serves as an ideal antidote to this taxing season. It aims to restore energy flow throughout the body to deeply relax body and mind, alleviate stress, relieve physical and emotional pain, clear toxins, enhance self-awareness, and more.
B Indulge at B Resort & Spa (Orlando, FL) offers the Rosemary Mint Body Treatment ($110, 50 minutes) to renew body and mind with a revitalizing dry body wrap that cools and stimulates with the essence of rosemary and peppermint. Peppermint relieves headaches, boosts energy, and more to help guests recover from taxes.
The Waldorf Astoria Spa at The Roosevelt New Orleans, A Waldorf Astoria Hotel, is offering treatments focused on reducing stress and tension for weary travelers working on their taxes. The goal of the Tax and Relax program is to eliminate a little bit of the pain from the tax process. Guests who book their Tax and Relax stay between now and May 15 will receive a bottle of wine from the hotel as well as a reflexology treatment in the Waldorf Astoria Spa. The reflexology massage focuses on main tension points in the head, neck, and shoulders, removing even the most stubborn of stress aches and pains.
Oasis Day Spa (New York City) is giving taxpayers a 15 percent discount on all spa services the week after the tax deadline (April 17 to 21).
Spring Spa Week also falls conveniently right after tax week, so stressed spa-goers can browse a variety of treatments to find relief for only $50. They can try the latest trendy treatments risk-free, like an Amethyst Massage at The Spa at CopperWynd Scottsdale (AZ) or a Salt Therapy Treatment in a room made of seven tons of Dead Sea salt at Hygea Wellness Co. & Salt Room (Camp Hill, PA).