How To Seamlessly Include Wellness In Your Routine

19 August 2019

There is no question that physical activity benefits the human body, but fitness activities aren’t the only way to improve wellness.

Studies show that yoga,meditationand spa therapies on a regular basis are also an important way to achieve better physical and emotional health. Spa therapies in particular, whether at a destination spa or day spa, have been linked to better physical and mental health, including better-quality sleep and stress reduction. Perhaps that is why the International SPA Association reported in its 2018 U.S. Spa Industry Study that the total number of visits to spas rose from 184 million in 2016 to 187 million in 2017, as more people become aware of the benefits.

There are immediate health and wellness benefits after spa therapies. A massage can improve blood circulation and stimulate the lymphatic system to rid the body of toxins. A massage can also help relieve chronic pain. Exfoliation treatments polish the skin and promote cell regeneration. And body wraps recharge the skin with nutrients and boost moisture.

While some people are lucky enough to visit destination spas and devote a week (or more) to wellness, busy moms and employees can also make time in their schedule to escape to a day spa. Even an hour of “me” time can help a person to disengage from work, allow the body to regenerate, relieve pain and just slow down and unwind, recharge and re-energize.

It’s easy to integrate health and wellness treatment at any of OneSpaWorld’s spa, such as the Mandara Spa, Bliss Spa, Glow Spaor Chavana Spa. At Mandara, the Balinese Massage relieves tension, improves blood flow, eases stress and encourages harmony, and the Cellutox Aroma Spa Ocean Wrap relieves fluid retention.

With consumers placing more value on health and wellness these days, a more holistic approach is evolving where health and wellness no longer mean freedom from disease but also mental, physical and emotional health. As a result, indulging in experiences that promote wellbeing is becoming not just a luxury but a weekly necessity.