Corona, CA (PRWEB) October 11, 2013
As part of Glen Ivy Hot Springs’ Women’s Heath Day event on Saturday, October 19th, they will donate $5 from every admission to the Women’s Transitional Living Center (WTLC) in Orange, CA, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women escape the complexities of domestic violence and exploitation. This day is set aside to acknowledge that women’s wellness is holistic-body, mind and spirit and aligns with the WTLC which provides the tools and resources for people to build self-esteem and empowerment with tender, loving care.
In addition, Glen Ivy will be offering guests a special Women’s Health Day Package that includes Admission and a 50-minute massage for $130, a $21 savings. Guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy some very remarkable women who will share stories of their journey and offer workshops that will offer inspiration and encouragement.
The keynote speaker, a local author and lawyer, Teresa Rhyne, is the New York Times bestselling author of The Dog Survived (And So Will I) who will speak about her experience fighting breast cancer with the help of her beagle, Seamus. Diana Boyle, founder and owner of Embody Pole Fitness, http://www.embodypolefitness.com, will share her story as a survivor of domestic violence who regained her self-esteem and found physical and emotional strength through pole fitness.
Also, Rachel Baker will present an Ayurvedic Health class and Meg Root, ACE certified Advanced Health and Fitness Specialist, wellness coach, and writer will share her FOOLPROOF system for leading a happier, healthier and more satisfying life with wellness at its core.
For Reservations, please call 1-888-GLEN IVY (1-888-453-6489). Our representatives are available M-F: 7:30am-6:00pm and Sat-Sun: 8:00am-4:00pm
About Glen Ivy Hot Springs
Nestled at the base of the Santa Ana Mountain Range in Corona, California, the beautiful, botanical gardens of Glen Ivy Hot Springs inspire memorable, meaningful and enjoyable experiences for its guests every day. Featuring 19 pools, including the historic mineral baths, a labyrinth for self-reflection, a variety of daily classes and programs, quiet places and gathering areas guests find the time to relax, renew and re-engage. The unique “social” spa experiences include Club Mud, California’s only therapeutic red clay mud bath, Under the Oaks, where guests can enjoy outdoor massage below a ceiling of oak tree branches, and The Grotto, a rich body moisturizing treatment in an underground environment. The spa offers professional massage and body treatments, facials, nail care, waxing and mineral make up application and a full-service restaurant, Café Solé, which highlights a seasonal selection of locally-sourced cuisine. In 2002 Glen Ivy expanded its operations into Brea, California at the Brea Mall offering its signature professional spa services in an equally tranquil urban setting. Glen Ivy has been consistently recognized in the spa industry and local media for its memorable service and beauty. For more information visit http://www.glenivy.com/