Articles by Patricia Couture


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Karma

Organic Spas for the Body and Mind

If you want to unwind with spa treatments that use natural ingredients like honey, lemongrass, and chocolate, then you should consider holistic and organic spas. These spas often focus on wellness offerings such as weight loss programs, services tailored to expectant moms, acupuncture, nutritional counseling, Pilates classes, and yoga instruction in addition to traditional spa services. Plus, now you can book your organic or holistic spa treatment online 24-7 at any of these spas:

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Travel & Play

Spas at Your Fingertips in Heart of Texas

They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and spas are no exception! In Texas spas services may incorporate local ingredients like sage, cactus, and aloe vera and target the effects of the sun. So grab your cowboy hat, and book some treatments in the Lone Star State now!

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Beauty & Grooming

Online Booking in The Sunshine State

Visitors to Florida seeking a break from the beaches, and locals who want to stay bikini -ready or simply de-stress, can select from a variety of Florida spas. Whether on the beach, or in Miami hot spots, many offer services incorporating local ingredients like algae, coconut, sugarcane, key lime, and sea salt, as well as treatments targeting sun damage. Here are some spas where you can book treatments online now, before you’ve even stepped foot on the beach.

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Travel & Play

Spa and the City

Everyone should have a spa in their own neighborhood that works for them. Here are five new SpaFinder spas to hit New York City to help you unwind from the stresses of big city life in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. Plus, you can now book treatments with these spas online for your NYC spa experience!

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Beauty & Grooming

Serena Williams Polishes Up on her (Mani-Pedi) Strokes

Cities like New York and L.A. are apparently not the only places for celeb-spotting these days–next on the paparazzi-stalking list is your local spa. Serena Williams, the tennis star and sister to tennis player Venus Williams, has enrolled in a Palm Beach, Florida, program to become a certified nail technician, according to the New York Daily News.