Modern day hocus pocus or not? As Western medicine looks eastwardly, reiki, reflexology and other holistic practices nudge their way into the mainstream.
This ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine practice may sound scary to some but in fact what seems painful actually is great for alleviating pain.
We’ve rounded up some products and places to help pamper yourself pink in support of BCA.
According to the International Spa Association, the number one reason people go to spas is to reduce or relieve stress, and the number one treatment continues to be the Swedish massage. Why not branch out and try something new with Deal Days right around the corner?
Question: Which spas in the United States do you consider the best for holistic treatments, such as Acupuncture, Reiki, Reflexology, etc? “ -GA Answer: Dear GA These days, many people are looking for the very things you mentioned and I can understand that you would want to look for a place with a good reputation and […]
Spa-nundrums by Milana Knowles Reiki. Let’s face it: It’s one of those spa treatments that make even experienced spa-goers go “Huh?” After all, there’s not even much touch involved; it is based on transference of energy. You are fully dressed, lying on the massage bed, while a therapist places his/her hands gently on your body. […]
Jane Fonda Speaks to Destination Spa Goers at Rancho La Puerta by Susie Ellis Am at Rancho La Puerta. It’s “Jane Fonda week.” Actually this is the first time Jane has been to the Ranch and she stopped by to say thanks to Deborah Szekely with whom I was having breakfast this morning. Wow…all of […]