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Reverie Spa Retreat
By: Cathy Christensen
Posted: June 26, 2008, from the July 2008 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
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Warren explains that rest is the main focus at Reverie. “We aren’t the kind of retreat that forces you to wake up at 8 am for breakfast followed by three treatments. We aren’t that regimented,” she says. “If you tell us you would really rather sleep in in the mornings, we’ll just schedule around that.”
The lower level of the property features two body treatment rooms and a sauna, and the upper level has two facial rooms and an area for pedicures and reflexology, all of which were added on to the original building. A small retail area features a variety of products that aren’t commonly found in the Midwest, and a beautiful dining area has been thoughtfully decorated in an elegant, yet homey manner.
Although not your typical destination spa, Reverie Spa Retreat explores the beauty of simplicity and respite from hectic lifestyles and locations. In fact, once you find yourself gazing on the pastoral landscape with the cool, uninterrupted breeze caressing your face, you may find you never want to leave.