Spa Week 2016 will be held at hundreds of participating spas nationwide April 11- 17, allowing millions of people in need of healing and pampering to get spa treatments regularly priced up to $500 for a discounted price of $50, with a special emphasis this year on treatments to relieve conditions related to using technology.
Held each year for now more than a decade, Spa Week is a chance for those who want to experience the healing and therapeutic benefits of spa treatments to indulge in them for the affordable price of $50. Those who have aches and pains or even facial stress and skin conditions from using technology devices will find relief in traditional and new treatments developed to address these modern-day health, wellness and beauty concerns.
Using tablets, computers, and cell phones on a daily basis leads to issues such as back and neck pain, poor posture, muscle fatigue, carpal tunnel syndrome, facial sagging (phone face), vision damage, sore thumbs, anxiety, stress and other conditions that can be alleviated or reversed by treatments that specifically focus on technology-related conditions.
Vida Emanuel European Spa in Beverly Hills offers a Deep Pore Cleansing Facial with Oxygen Treatment or Microdermabrasion to rid skin of germs and grime that can clog pores with contact use of devices next to the face. And for those stepping out for an event after work, the Vida Emanuel Beauty Lounge next door to the spa offers a 24-Karat GOLD Red Carpet Foot Facial Manicure and Pedicure Package, or a Revolutionary Anti-Aging Tanique Spray Tan to give you that spent-the-weekend-outdoors look even for techies who have been hunkered down at a desk and have not seen the sun for weeks. All of these treatments during Spa Week are offered at the discount price of $50.
Haven Spa in New York City offers a unique Geek Massage (Reg. $100, Spa Week $50) created to address and relieve the ailments caused by hours of computer usage.
Holistic Touch in Virginia offers Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture (Reg. $130, Spa Week $50). This natural face-lift improves skin tightness, clarity and evenness of tone to help correct clogged pores and wrinkles that result from constant phone use and squinting the eyes when reading computer and device screens all day. The therapists also offer meditation exercises during the session to help clients break the habits of expression that contribute to these.
The Elizabeth Adams Salon in Illinois uses the healing power of water to relieve technology-use-related sore and stiff muscles through their Spa Oceana Stress Relief Treatment (Reg. $100, Spa Week $50).
KUR Skin Lab in New York City has created an Office Relief Massage (Reg. $125, Spa Week $50) that uses guided meditation to help clients heal mentally by alleviating subconscious tension along with physical and mental strain.
Red Door Spas nationwide offer a De-Stress Body Treatment (Reg. $255, Spa Week $50) including exfoliation, an aromatherapeutic body wrap and a relaxing scalp massage to melt stress away and rebalance the spirit.
Spa goers who want to take advantage of the Spa Week deals should register at SpaWeek.com where a complete list of treatments is available. Advance booking is recommended to ensure availability of appointments. Visitors to SpaWeek.com may also purchase the Spa & Wellness Gift Card by Spa Week® which is accepted at over 8,000 spas and wellness locations across North America and can be used any time of the year without expiration.