Coyote Moon Health Resort & Spa (Tucson, Arizona)
The Spa at The Palms Resort (Caribbean Turks and Caicos)
Perfect for travelers (and Washington, DC locals),
SomaFit a unique non-membership approach to fitness
and spa and is now open.
Spa "Dining" Explained
"Traveler's Release" Unique spa
treatment alleviates jet lag and stress. (Washington, D.C.)
"Bikini Boot Camp"- for mind, body & spirit Amansala - Eco Chic Resort (Tulum, Mexico)
Coyote Moon Health Resort & Spa
The Spa at The Palms Resort (Caribbean) debuted January 2005.
Almost a destination in itself, the 25,000+ square foot spa is a highlight of The Palms,
a new five star, $85 million resort.
Each treatment and service offers its own unique personal benefit for women, men and children as young as three
years old. The Top Ten picks from Karen Shawn, Spa Director include:
For Women: Conch-ology Mother of Pearl Scrub a signature treatment of The Spa at The Palms.
The scrub is made up of hand crushed queen conch shells mixed with pure natural moisturizing aloe gel (picked from
the property gardens), and antioxidant lemongrass oil. The result is silky smooth, radiant and younger looking
skin. A 25 minute session costs $65.
For Men: Stress Relief & Rejuvenation Guests see immediate results from this anti-aging
facial treatment offering intense skin stimulation for a firmer, de-stressed and younger looking appearance. The
80 minute session also includes a delightful herb infused oil scalp treatment and massage along with herbal foot
reflexology. The treatment costs $150.
For Children: Little Yogis Designed for children ages 3 to 8, the class is fun, safe, easy and
everything a Little Yogi needs to get started on the path to a long, healthy life. A parent or guardian must
be present during class. Minimum of six children - $10.00 per child.
The Palms, a 72-suite resort situated on 12 acres of landscaped grounds, offers two and three bedroom suites
on celebrated Grace Bay Beach.
For more information and reservations, in the United States call (866) 877-PALM (7256); in Canada, call (800)
567-5327 or visit: The Palm Resort
for travelers (and Washington, DC locals), SomaFit a unique non-membership approach to fitness and spa and is now open.
Soma (body in Greek) Fit is the innovative fitness/spa concept created by Theo Adamstein and Olvia Demetriou
of Adamstein & Demetriou Architects, an architectural and interior design firm known for award-winning design
In developing SomaFit, they drew upon their experiences in creating exciting, dramatic, sublime yet comfortable
spaces to showcase personal training, exercise classes, yoga, pilates, facials, massage, manicures and more under
SomaFit a fitness and spa center with an à la carte menu, i.e., no membership dues is designed
to allow individual growth, indulgence, and results, one session at a time or as a continuing series.
Here are a selection of SomaFit offerings:
(Note: Package prices are available and priced lower than individual sessions.)
FITNESS Experienced personal trainers work with clients to build muscle strength, cardiovascular endurance, or
sports performance using top-of-the-line equipment (Icarian, Lifefitness, and Free Motion), free weights, and benches;
sessions may be scheduled for once a week or more frequently. XM satellite radio and individual televisions outfit
each exercise bike and Stairmaster. Sessions are priced at $80 for 50 minutes.
MASSAGE Performed by highly trained therapists proficient in deep tissue, sports, Swedish and hot stones
massages. Seated massages are also available on a walk-in basis. Body massages are priced at $95 for 50 minutes
and $140 for 80 minutes.
FACIALS Treatments are specifically designed for the He Man, Metrosexual, lady-in-waiting, or no-nonsense
businesswoman. Beta Hydroxy, vitamin C, and Marine facials are just a few of SomaFit's specialties. Sessions are
priced at $95 for 50 minutes and $145 for 80 minutes.
To visualize SomaFit's philosophy of Work-Reward/Fitness-Spa, please click: SomaFit
SomaFit is located at 2121 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington, DC.
For reservations or inquiries, please call: (202) 965-2121
"Taking a week at a spa, even though you may go with friends, is very much a solitary
experience. But though I know it's absolutely different than a solo dining restaurant experience, there's a connection,"
said Ruth M. Owades, President of Calyx & Corolla, The Flower Lover's Flower Company.
For more on dining during a spa experience, please click: Solo
"Traveler's Release" Unique
spa treatment alleviates jet lag and stress
The newly opened Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. is launching "Traveler's Release,"
a unique spa treatment designed to help frequent fliers and busy executives overcome jet lag and stress.
Based in the ancient Ayurvedic tradition, this comprehensive, five-part treatment combines healing therapies
and western practices of exfoliation, cleansing, and massage, to help restore and maintain the body's natural equilibrium
during times of change or stress.
This treatment relaxes both body and mind. Completely relaxed and revitalized, guests are ready to face their
next travel adventure.
The one hour and fifty minute "Traveler's Release" treatment is $300.
Guests booking a treatment have full use of Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.'s state-of-the-art fitness center
with Technogym® equipment featuring individual television screens and headphones, heated indoor 50-foot lap
pool and a sundeck overlooking Washington marina and the Potomac River.
For additional information or to schedule a treatment at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C., please
call: (202) 787-6100
For reservations and further details on Mandarin Oriental 1330 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C.
please call (888) 888-1778 or visit mandarinoriental.com
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