Bringing under the microscope the importance of how spas can help to promote the positive effects of relaxation and the power of touch, National Spa Week is particularly poignant at this time of year when nights are drawing in causing changes to our physical and mental wellbeing with the likes of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
National Spa Week also coincides with Positive Attitude Month, again bringing into line the allegiance between physical wellbeing and mental wellbeing.
National Spa Week is keen to highlight that the spa experience is for everyone, and this is something that’s been echoed by Spabreaks.com across our nearly 10 years in the industry. It is a phenomena that’s very much the cultural norm across many parts of Europe, and the realisation of its potency and very real benefits are beginning to take a greater role in the UK as well.
While we still tend to view spa breaks as a ‘once in a blue moon’ treat, that is changing, and we are moving towards the acknowledgement that a weekly or monthly routine of spa treatments is good for mind, body and soul, and not merely an indulgence.
In the same way that going to the gym regularly is, for many, becoming part of normal lifestyle, going to a spa and addressing issues such as stress in a different way to help manage them with spa treatments and therapies is part of the remit of National Spa Week.
It’s an opportunity to try new treatments, see what spas have to offer and whether you’re a seasoned spa pro or new to the concept, then it’s a chance to explore, learn and broaden those spa horizons to discover the variety on offer and how it can help you.
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