Even millennials begin to feel old at 30—the age of awakening that well , wrinkles rear their ugly heads, gray hairs begin to surface and perhaps a thing or two sags. But of course all that is somewhat preventable with good eating habits and daily exercise. Still many people need a little help getting starting and the swank, celebrity-favorite Cal-a-Vie health and fitness resort is offering a special jump-start to get your going.
Its called the ’30 Years Young’ package and is packed with anti-aging treatments and metabolism-boosting fitness classes, as well as complimentary fitness assessments included for stays booked by June 15, 2016. The promotion , which is designed to complement the spa’s three-decade anniversary, also includes all three healthy meals a day, spa therapies and treatments, unlimited fitness classes, five-star accommodations, nutrition workshops and wellness lectures from industry leaders. The “30 Years Young” program can be incorporated into any three- four- or seven-night stay at Cal-a-Vie with rates from $4,150. Stays at the spa include daily gourmet healthy meals, luxurious spa therapies and treatments, unlimited fitness classes, five-star accommodations, nutrition workshops and wellness lectures from industry leaders. The special promotional rate for the three-day program is valid for stays through Dec. 11, 2016. If you book your trip by June 15 of this year you can score either a Bod Pod, skin evaluation by 3-D Imaging or a 30-minute consult with the dietician/nutritionist.
During a visit guests can get to sample the new Cellular Code Facial, which helps repair skin on the cellular level by rejuvenating skin tissue with oxygenation and increased cellular production. The facial includes a silky soft serum that is quickly absorbed, providing dramatic results leading to a more youthful complexion. The 30 Years Young package also allows women to take a break from stress with dedicated Meditation experiences that teach how to become quiet, intuitive and wise in a hectic world. Guests can learn mindfulness practices, set intentions and experience guided visualizations in Cal-a-Vie’s restored 18th century French chapel or tranquil outdoor Labyrinth. The lessons focus on eliminating the burdens of stress and soothing the soul, teaching meditation as a life tool that can be used anytime, anyplace for greater peace and wellbeing.
Unless you stay fit and active some studies from the Southern California’s MemorialCare Center for Obesity show that the metabolism begins to slow around age 30, which means women may find weight easier to gain and harder to lose.
Cal-a-Vie arrived on the scene 30-year-ago when a former regular guest at the nearby Golden Door decided he wanted to open his own spa. It’s truly just down the road from the Door (in Vista, California) which was founded 1958 by doyenne of health resorts Deborah Szekely—and a close clone of its week-long, all-inclusive health and fitness program. And just like the Golden Door, Cal-a-Vie has hosted many celebrities over the years. The housing at Cal-a-Vie is quite charming in a French Provencal style, the dining room is gorgeous and the fitness program now one of the tops in the industry.