Spas Have Alcohol-Related Treatments on Tap in Honor of St. Patrick’s Day
Rather than feeling the negative effects of too many pints the day after St. Patrick’s Day, wake up feeling rejuvenated after having a therapeutic spa treatment.
“With nearly twenty thousand spas in the United States, choosing to do something positive for your body can be as simple as visiting the spa in your town,” said Lynne McNees, president of the International SPA Association. “Spas are becoming more creative with their treatment offerings including the alcohol many will be drinking on St. Patrick’s Day.”
· The Lodge at Woodloch (http://www.thelodgeatwoodloch.com/
· Rocco Forte Augustine Hotel (http://www.theaugustine.com/
· The Spa at Griffin Gate (http://www.marriott.com/
· Kelly’s Spa at the Mission Inn (http://www.kellysspa.com/)
· Château Élan (http://www.chateauelan.com/)
· The Spa at Silverado Resort (http://www.silveradoresort.com/)
· Sundara Inn & Spa (http://www.sundaraspa.com/)
If you still feel the need to celebrate the day with a bit of green, Texas-based Hiatus Spa + Retreat (http://hiatusspa.com/)
Partnering with Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, the Royal Revival includes a body exfoliation using hops, barley and honey followed by a beer bath. (Photo credit: The Lodge at Woodloch)
Note to the Editor:
Lynne McNees is available for interview; please contact Allie Hembree, allie.hembree@
ISPA’s definition of spa: Spas are places devoted to overall well-being through a variety of professional services that encourage the renewal of mind, body and spirit.
About the International SPA Association:
ISPA is recognized worldwide as the leading professional organization and voice of the spa industry. Founded in 1991, ISPA advances the spa industry by providing invaluable educational and networking opportunities, promoting the value of the spa experience and speaking as the authoritative voice to foster professionalism and growth. More details on ISPA are available on experienceispa.com.