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Psammotherapy

14 Sep

Psammotherapy (from the Greek word “psammo”, which means sand, is making its way into treatment rooms around the world. Using the hot sand that is pliable and can fill vessels at different temperatures is used to treat many of the diseases of musculoskeletal system: scoliosis, arthritis, arthrosis, rheumatism.  Read the whole story.

Creating Wellness in your Company

18 Aug

1. Clean out the vending machines. Strip out the cookies and candy bars, and replace them with healthier snacks such as granola bars and reduced-fat or low-calorie treats. 2. Invest in pedometers. For just a few dollars each, you can buy pedometers for your employees. Pass them out and encourage staffers to keep track of the number […]

Hotel Room Wellness

21 Jun

Consumers traveling for enjoyment or business have come to expect features within their room or suite that contribute to their overall sense of well being.  Our list: Full spectrum or blue-shaded light depending on the guest’s state.  Lighting for jet lag, concentration or meditation or… Read full story.

Wellness Data

29 Apr

Wellness programs are no longer a “soft” issue around the globe, as employers increasingly recognize the value of employees’ health and overall well-being to their organizations’ bottom line. According to a report from Buck Consultants, employers cite their commitment to promoting health and wellness as a business strategy and show a continued desire to expand […]

Best of SPAA

21 Apr

Best of SPAA is a designation given to those facilities that are highly recommended.  Among many things SPAA looks for: Exceptional standards of care Implementation of sanitation and safety practices Respect for our environment Training and treatment of staff Mastery of results oriented and experiential therapies Find out more about the BEST of SPAA Designation