I know you’ve heard of National Spa Week, but did you know that the Palm Beaches has their own Spa & Wellness MONTH with spa deals all over the County at the best spas in town! The list is endless and awesome! I went to one of my favorite spas – Eau Spa – this week to test the offerings. It is my duty! I had to try out their Sea Salt & Honey Pumpkin Polish and Mask that is on special this month for $150 which is $145 off the regular price! Whoa! Right?! I put together a list of the places I want to hit this month for Spa & Wellness Month in the Palm Beaches. You can get the full list HERE.
Cost: from $150 Save $145 (regular price $295)
Sea Salt & Honey Pumpkin Polish and Mask: The decadent Sea Salt & Honey Pumpkin Polish and Mask begins with a sea salt exfoliation that will gently slough off rough and dry skin, leaving a smooth visage. Wrap it up with a pumpkin puree clay mask that incorporates bentonite and illite clay to draw out impurities, detoxify and increase blood circulation. Add a Dry Float bed for an additional $25. Eau Spa will donate 10 percent of sales from this treatment in the month of October to Making Strides of Palm Beach. This special may not be combined with any other discounts, gift cards or gift certificates, and is subject to availability.
Anushka Spa, Salon & Cosmedical Centre
Cost: $79 Save: $30 (regular price $109)
The Signature Facial: The signature facial is a luxurious treatment that enhances the face and décolleté through gentle exfoliation, extraction, a rejuvenating mask and hydrating massage.
The Breakers Palm Beach
Coming Together – The Breakers and Essie for Breast Cancer Awareness: Expert spa technicians pamper one’s hands and feet with this 50-minute manicure and pedicure combination service utilizing OSEA all-natural, vegan and organic skincare products. Includes a take-home nail kit inclusive of Essie's "Coming Together" polish, compliments of The Breakers. When guests wear “Coming Together” the resort will donate 50 percent of the net proceeds from this service to the Susan G. Komen® organization. Rates from $99 per person.
Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach
Cost: $125 Save $45 (regular price $170)
The Pink Moon Massage: Warm and relaxing organic lavender oil is used in this gentle and soothing 50-minute Swedish massage. Hydrating pink rose, vitamin E and a shea butter hand treatment are also included. This treatment is not recommended for those who may be pregnant. Spa guests must be 14 years or older. Four Seasons Resort will donate ten percent of sales from this treatment during October 2016 to the Susan G. Komen® Organization.
Waldorf Astoria Spa at Boca Raton Resort & Club
Cost: $149 Save $26 (regular price $175)
Tropical Coconut Scrub: This 50-minute vitamin and mineral rich treatment gently eases away tension as warm coconut milk is gently massaged into the skin. Invigorating pure sugar cane and tropical nut oils enliven the senses, revealing healthy radiant skin. The Waldorf Astoria Spa at the Boca Raton Resort & Club is exclusive to resort guests. All guests must be above 18 years of age.
Cost: $50 per person Save: $29.80 (regular price is $79.80)
Day Pass + Traditional Ritual Bath Package: Receive access to the resorts Waldorf Astoria Spa amenities and signature Traditional Ritual Bath treatment. Inspired by the legendary Alhambra Palace in Spain, the 50,000 square foot spa features 44 treatment rooms, various spa treatments, sunning terraces and 10,000 square feet of tranquil gardens featuring waterfall whirlpools and a private spa pool. Unwind in the celebrated Ritual Bath, complete with nine individual mineral baths as well as Swiss and waterfall showers, whirlpool, steam, sauna and inhalation rooms. Rates begin at $50 per person.
Cost: $5 per person
Mindful Moments Yoga: Led by a certified instructor, Manatee Lagoon offers one-hour yoga classes against the calming backdrop of Lake Worth Lagoon. The instructor will adjust the class based on experience level and will suggest modifications as appropriate. Each guest will be provided with a complimentary yoga mat for use at the class as well as a Florida Salt Scrub gift item. Advance registration is required and availability is on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants must be 21 years or older.
Visit www.visitmanateelagoon.com/event/ for the class schedule.
Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation
Cost: $8 per class or $50 for a pass of eight classes
CMAA Therapeutic Recreation – Gentle Yoga: Stay active, stretch muscles and reduce stress in a class modified for each individual. Participate by sitting on a yoga mat or in a chair. Recommended for all abilities. Passes expire three months from date of purchase.
Jupiter Beach Resort and Spa
Cost: $159 Save: Up to $130 + receive 20 percent off retail purchases
Summer Sun-Sation Package: Choose two of the following spa treatments for $159: Swedish Massage, Custom Facial, Soothing Sun Wrap, Ocean Body Scrub or Express Manicure and Pedicure. Also enjoy 20 percent off retail purchases and access to the pool, beach and fitness center. Valid through October 31, 2016. Changes or cancelations must be made within 24-hours of scheduled appointment time. Jupiter Beach Resort and Spa will donate 10 percent from this promotion to the Susan G. Komen® Organization.
Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa
Cost: $314 Save: More than $200
Ultimate Spa Retreat Package:
Includes luxurious accommodations in a one- or two-bedroom condominium paired with two 50-minute spa treatments, per stay paired with unlimited use of spa facilities for two adults including steam room, heated marble beds, relaxation room with hot tea bar, private whirlpool, waterfall showers and lockers. Rates from $314 per room, per night.
The Salt Suite
Cost: $15 Save: More than 50 percent off regular price
The Salt Suite Savings: Discover a 100 percent natural alternative to find relief from stress, respiratory ailments and skin conditions. For every Salt Therapy Session booked, The Salt Suite will donate $1 to American Cancer Society Making Strides Program.
During the month of October, The Palm Beaches invite vacationers to take an indulgent escape for first-class facials and massages starting from $50 or enriching wellness experiences, such as meditation and yoga from $5, at more than 15 spa and wellness establishments throughout The Palm Beaches. Several participating businesses are also donating a portion of their proceeds to charities such as the American Cancer Society and the Susan G. Komen® organization as a part of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Find all the Spa & Wellness offerings HERE!
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