New York, NY (PRWEB) February 12, 2008
In its fourth year of operation, Spa Week Media Group has made great leaps toward realizing its goal of spreading the wellness lifestyle amongst the masses. As Spa Week has grown as a company and a brand, it has found new ways to supply consumers with the knowledge and resources they need to incorporate spa services and treatments into their daily lives. With two of their dynamic programs, Wellness Getaways and Destination of the Month, Spa Week has revealed to its more than 500,000 opt-in consumers the prominence and appeal of destination and resort spas around the world.
Wellness Getaways, which launched in the spring of 2007, is a spa wellness program that focuses on well-being and highlights the ways in which spa services can help alleviate a host of health- and fitness-related issues. As Spa Week works to make spa-based wellness an important factor in a healthy lifestyle, it has provided its website subscribers with access to four types of wellness packages: Mind & Body, Fitness & Weight Loss, Nutrition & Health, and Wellness Spa Services. Consumers may choose the category that most speaks to their wellness needs and find numerous resorts offering special packages and promotions.
Spa Week's other travel program, Destination of the Month, exclusively showcases one resort spa each month by providing them with an editorial review and dedicated placement on http://www.SpaWeek.org. These destination resorts are some of the most luxurious in the world and indulge consumers in the ultimate wellness experience. The February pick, Miraval Tucson Resort and Spa located in Arizona's Catalina Mountains, offers a vibrant array of programs, classes, cuisine, and spa services that invite guests to enjoy the luxury and freedom of living in the moment.
With the present-day health crisis looming, Spa Week has taken a leadership role in educating consumers on the benefits of the spa lifestyle. While Americans find themselves battling obesity and stress-related health issues, Spa Week strives to present them with a more cost-effective and enjoyable alternative to traditional health care. By taking the spa lifestyle a step further than monthly visits to a day spa, Spa Week hopes that consumers will utilize its travel programs to plan annual getaways focused on wellness.
For more information on Spa Week's Travel Programs, visit http://www.spaweek.org or contact Tessa Sphar at Spa Week Media Group (212) 352-8098.