We’re a little biased, but in short, yes! There are lots of ways to answer this. You can go on a spa break and have a dedicated health spa experience, or you can go on a spa break and have afternoon tea and champagne after your spa treatment and lounging by the pool. As far as we see it, both ends of the spectrum have their place and are good for you because they offer you time out by yourself or with someone you care about, take you away from the white noise and give you time to simply ‘be’. It’s a chance to reconnect with yourself and quiet your mind. Naturally, there are other health benefits to a more dedicated health spa experience, which can extend to supporting long term healthy habits, offering healthy eating inspiration and ideas and providing exercise solutions. Spa treatments in themselves can also be extremely good for you, whether it’s for addressing a particular problem such as muscular aches and pains, stress or a skincare concern, or simply because it makes you feel good. All in all, yes, spas are definitely good for you.