Thanks to the wonders of apps like Zeel, you can create your own massage experience at home. Here, we give you the lowdown on what to do and what to expect.
I was looking for a spa in my area on your website. I came across quite a few that would honor SpaFinder Gift Certificates. I called the one closest to me and they were very nice on the phone, but some of their reviews were not too good. What would you recommend?”
I’ve been a spa fan for years. One thing I haven’t seen addressed on any site is how many spa treatments one should have per day when going on a spa vacation. Is there such a thing as too many where there might be ill-effects?”
There are numerous styles of yoga to suit your needs and your goals. In this “Workout 101”, we’ll get you started thinking about the kind of practice that fits your personality. Of course, experimenting with different classes and instructors is the best way to feel it out – you may be surprised to find out what works for you.
Not everyone is spa-savvy but you certainly don’t have to be a spa aficionado to know about SpaFinder Deal Days, The Wellness Week ($50 prices or 50% off spa treatments and wellness services, 9/20 – 2/26). But spa insiders do know everything there is to know about spas. We know to turn off our cell phone before going in to a treatment room. We know to arrive around 20 minutes early. We know to book a body treatment before a facial. We know we can keep our clothes or underwear on if we want to!
For spa lovers, nothing beats a spa day (or a getaway), but sometimes ‘letting yourself go’ may seem like a splurge. We say spa is part of personal maintenance, overall wellness, and mental health. So, here are a few tips to keep in mind so you can spa on a budget.
If you’ve ever felt even mildly embarrassed with your butt in the air as you move into downward facing dog, then this new trend in yoga practice is probably not for you. However, if you’re a yoga-pro and don’t have a shy bone in your flexible body, then perhaps we can interest you in yoga’s new trend: nudity.
I recently had a massage at a luxury hotel spa and knew beforehand that a 20% gratuity would be added to the bill. When settling my bill, I was asked if I would like to adjust the gratuity percentage. I felt that the 20% was a good tip and left it, however, I got the impression that they were disappointed that I didn’t increase the amount. Do high-end, luxury spas expect more than 20% tip?