Every time we talk about trending wellness treatments, there’s inevitably a point where we say, “This healing therapy has been used for thousands of years...” Technological advances have created great opportunities for spas to offer more whole-health treatments to guests, yet practitioners and their guests turn to those tried-and-true “ancient” modalities over and over again.
The most innovative businesses, however, are finding interesting ways to merge the two—and it’s so exciting to see modern spas come up with such unique treatments to support guests’ well-being.
We cover all of that and more in our November 2022 Digital Magazine. Learn all about holistic therapies that, while they’ve been around for centuries, are in high demand today:
Then, take a more in-depth look at some of the most popular treatments and find insights how they work within modern treatment plans:
- Acupuncture Spotlight
- Trend Watch: Ayurveda
- The Alchemy of Sleep
- Reiki for Energy Healing and Protection
Of course, every spa needs to carry the perfect products to complement its services. Below are some great options inspired by the topics and therapies we’re covering this month.
|AVYA Hydroveda Sheer Tinted Moisturizer protects the complexion with SPF and Ayurvedic medicinal ingredients. Available in two universally flattering, natural tints. www.avyaskincare.com|
|Dehaz Apothecary Skincare Saffron & Turmeric Pro Mask contains natural skin lightening and collagen stimulating actives, plus exfoliating enzymes, smoothing amino acids and antioxidant resveratrol. www.dehazskincare.com|
|Keap Candle in Hot Springs is meant to evoke the feeling of relaxing in natural spa waters, with notes of cedar, lavender, neroli, yuzu, eucalyptus and cypress leaves. www.keapbk.com|
|Pure Love Essences Moroccan Sheer Essence Mist is an ethereal aromatherapy spritz, handcrafted with natural essential oils and containing amazonite and turquoise gemstones to promote calm and love. www.pureloveessences.com|
|Rookie Wellness Sleep, flavored with blackberry and lemon, is made with bioavailable magnesium bisglycinate, low-dose melatonin and relaxing herbs to support sleep and balance circadian rhythms. www.rookiewellness.com|