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By: Kim Peiffer
Fitness offerings can give your spa's clients a boost, no matter what type of exercise they prefer.
University of Michigan researchers have confirmed that exercise is just as important for a healthy skeletal system.
Tai Chi is one of the ancient Chinese martial arts, a noncompetitive self-paced system of gentle physical exercise that Guo has adapted for wheelchair-dependent individuals in the United States and China.
Fitness options are becoming increasingly relevant in the spa environment, and a growing trend involving vibrating exercise platforms may helps clients see better results.
The new mode of staying healthy includes chocolate, sleep and a few other things most people enjoy.
With their array of anti-aging and wellness services, many spas see older clients, and new research shows why offering exercise options can aid these spa-goers.
Wellness options have become popular in the spa industry in recent years, and a new study shows how one offering is helping improve the mental states of breast cancer patients.
Few achieve and maintain the ideal walk, which can result in injury.
Get tips on eating healthy this holiday from Skin Inc. magazine.
By: Pat Lam
With all of the stress and turmoil in the country, sleep is more important for overall well-being than ever before. Discover how to address common sleep problems and help your clients--and yourself--get more rest.