Whether it’s relationship hangover or the real thing, this week’s Weekly Wellness Roundup has the answers.
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If vacation for you is typically synonymous with lazy beach bumming, then an active spa vacation could be your dive into a wellness lifestyle. While we are big fans of vegging out, there is something incredible (and possibly life-altering) about spending a few days devoted to activity that is hopefully one of your favorite pastimes or perhaps an erupting new hobby. There are exceptional spas and resorts worldwide dedicated to programs for golf, hiking, water sports, winter sports, yoga and fitness.
We love how creative you can get with these foods on a stick, and they’re a cinch to cook on the grill. Here’s a simple and healthy recipe for seafood kabobs from Killington, Vermont’s New Life Hiking Spa, which is renowned for being an affordable destination spa with some of the country’s best hiking and fitness programming.
No plans for the holiday weekend? Two words: spa staycation. Grab your honey, your best friend, or go solo to a getaway spa that’s in short distance from home. Relax with a massage treatment or get reenergized on a scenic hike. Long weekends were made for spa. Find spas in your area and look for last-minute deals.
Ah, the great outdoors! Now that spring has sprung, what better time is there to go hiking? Here are the 2009 Readers’ Choice picks for the best spa hiking getaways. From the Southwest to the Northeast, enjoying nature while getting a rigorous workout can be the perfect path to fitness or a great supplement to a spa treatment. Take a hike at some of these top spas.