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Why Spa?

National Spa Week aims to raise public awareness of the real physical, mental and emotional benefits that regular spa attendance can offer.

Regular spa attendance for the whole family is a cultural norm in many parts of Europe. The benefits of regular spa attendance really can be felt by every body and every mind. We want more people to give it a try because we know we have an important role to play in effective stress management and relaxation; something that we are not too good at in the UK.

If you want to find our more about the various physical and mental health benefits of spa or even read more about the history of spa – why not check out our ‘guide to spa’ booklet below.

Still not sure spa is for you? Don’t forget there are many different types of spas out there to cater for all needs.

Here are some examples of everyday people who use different types of spas for different reasons to give you some further inspiration.

Different Types of Spa and Who Would Use Them 
Destination Spa - 7 day stay

Lynne, from Hertfordshire works as a legal secretary for one of the main partners; she works 9-5 but then goes home to care for her mother who suffers from dementia.

Lynne likes to escape at least once per year to a destination spa for duration of stay for 7 nights. This allows Lynne to release and relax the tensions built up during the year.

Lynne’s ideal location is a spa which has a hydrotherapy pool for aches and pains and helps her regain some flexibility. Built into the spa facilities are optional uses of the infra red saunas which will help detox the body of any unwanted build up of toxic minerals.

NSW would recommend combining hydrotherapy with a remedial deep tissue massage on the day after arrival to help release the tension from the muscles that has built up over duration of time.

Due to the duration of stay Lynne can look at a treatment a day package which is available from destination spas that offer a combination of hydrotherapy, infra red, remedial deep tissue massage and also clinical aromatherapy.

Family Destination Spa – Long Weekend
Hotel Spa
Medical Spa
Spa V Salon Treatment Room
Thermal Spas
Urban Spa
Wellness Centre
Kinds of People Who Can All Benefit From Spa Massage
Hannah, 35 year old mother of two

Hannah is a busy mum of two who has recently gone back to her office job after her kids started school. Both her work life and her home life are hectic and can be stressful, whether it’s remembering what after school club the children have got or whether she’s prepared for her next meeting.

She’d love to enjoy more time to herself outside of work, but she struggles to find the time and the money to treat herself. She’ll sometimes take a massage with her girlfriends, but they tend to only be on special occasions or when she’s on holiday.

The thought of committing to a direct debit for 12 months seems daunting, but Hannah is ready to find the time to look after herself now her kids are at school and she’s back at work. She realises the importance of de-stressing in order to be her best self for her children and for her boss.

Joe 38 year old therapist
Steve 58 year old married retiree
Sandra 42 year old married mother of two
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