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Jun
02
2010

Growing Wellness Market Offers Bright Future for Spas

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A major study released at the 2010 Global Spa Summit reveals that the worldwide wellness industry is worth almost $2 trillion. How can your spa benefit from the growing acceptance of wellness?

May
26
2010

Cancer in the Spa

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By: Morag Currin

Many details must be considered when working with cancer patients in a spa setting.

May
18
2010

Spirits Lift, Worries Subside After 50, Says Study

A recent study from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences indicates that worries and stress tend to subside after the age of 50.

May
05
2010

Help Clients Stay Mentally Fit

Strategies for staying mentally sharp include motivation, focus and memory, according to Harvard Mental Health Letter.

Apr
23
2010

Number of Massage Therapists in the U.S. on the Rise, Says ABMP

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The Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals released research indicating that the number of massage therapist in the United States has grown by more than 16,000 during the past two years.

Apr
09
2010

How Does Meditation Work?

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As one of the most recommended skills to help provide stress-relief and balance, a recent study maps the effect of meditation on the brain.

Apr
05
2010

Baby Boomers Experience Declining Self-Esteem

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According to a recent study, self-esteem starts to decline after 60.

Mar
26
2010

Clients Experience Sleep-Deprivation Because of Stress

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Sleep is more elusive than ever for clients throughout the United States.

Feb
08
2010

Evidence Suggests Good Deeds are Contagious

Feeling uplifted urges people to go out and perform good acts themselves, research says.

Jan
29
2010

The Mind-body Wellness Connection

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By: Simone Baroke

What's good for the body can be good for the mind--and for the spa owner.