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Spa & Supplier Openings, Moves and Growth for August

Posted: August 31, 2012

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Four Seasons Resort in Palm Beach, FL, opened the Lil’ Spa for its younger guests. Targeted at kids between 4–11 years old, the spa’s services are designed specifically for young ones, incorporating organic, paraben-free products created just for children. The treatments range from 25–50 minutes, and can be enjoyed along with parents. Each service is designed to enhance the child’s development, vitality and self-confidence, and instruction is provided allowing parents and kids to learn quick and easy ways to continue the techniques at home. 561-533-3715

The Spa at Boyne Highlands Resort opened at the Boyne Highlands Resort in Harbor Springs, MI. Resort guests and day visitors can relax and rejuvenate in the new facility, which offers four treatment rooms, a relaxation area and a spa boutique, with access to an indoor/outdoor swimming pool, sauna and fitness facility. The menu includes body and facial services, as well as its signature treatment, Bamboo Massage. 231-526-3846

Naturopathica Holistic Health launched a partner-only website for spa and retail partners. The wholesale portal gives spa partners the tools and resources to help gain new clients, develop sophisticated spa menus, and easily and cost-effectively train therapists and retail staff. 800-669-7618

Aqua Care for Me opened in Los Angeles, offering Watsu water-based services, helping clients overcome common problems ranging from arthritic pain to anxiety and fatigue in a calming, soothing environment. 310-210-0624

California-based Bellus Academy, which recently provided complimentary makeovers to women of the faith-based charity Interfaith, has incorporated WaveMotion bodywork technology into its curriculum. 800-396-9187