Spa & Supplier Treatments & Programs for March

Spa Shiki at The Lodge of Four Seasons in Lake Ozark, MO, recently added the Supracor Exfoliation & Massage body treatment to its menu. The service features a full-body exfoliation using a Supracor mitt to stimulate circulation and oxygenate skin, followed by a 50-minute massage using natural oils to enhance nutrient absorption. 573-365-8108

Remede at The St. Regis San Francisco introduced customized, intimate and soothing treatments featuring Pino Natural Spa Therapy, including a Candlelight Couples Massage, Four Handed Candlelight Massage, Nurturing & Rejuvenating Pedicure and Warming Manicure. Pino products are also available in the spa’s retail area. 415-284-4060

Nina Curtis is presenting a series of wellness retreats in 2012 at the Spa at The Grand Del Mar in San Diego. The sessions include a hike through Los Peñasquitos Canyon Preserve, a wellness discussion, a nutrition class with an alfresco lunch, a 60-minute spa treatment and a sunset yoga session. 877-814-8472

Oahu, HI-based SpaHalekulani debuted the eco-friendly Waterless Pedicure and Manicure. The experience begins with a softening warm towel, followed by nail-shaping and cuticle-conditioning with a cuticle balm in the exclusive scents Waianuhea and Manoa Mint. The service finishes with gentle callus removal, exfoliation and soothing massage, and can be expanded to include steam therapy, a mask and a paraffin treatment. 808-931-5322

Albany, NY-based Complexions Spa for Beauty & Wellness recently introduced a therapeutic pedicure that will assist clients with foot calluses, cracked skin and fungus, and will help clients with diabetes since attention to foot care is essential to diabetics. Staff members and sisters, Marisela and Teresa Salinas, recently completed advanced training from the North America School of Podology to become certified master pedicurists. 518-489-5231

The Spa at Miraval recently introduced Nâga, a service that evolved from the principles of Thai massage, during which the skin care professionals use strands of colored silk suspended from above as an extension of their body, used for entwining and suspending themselves, as well as wrapping and supporting the client’s body for deep stretches. Intense muscle work is incorporated as the skin care professional is suspended above the client, shifting both weight and pressure to work deeply into the muscle and release tensions. 800-363-0819

Spatique Medical Spa in Smithtown, NY, created an Organic Green Facial treatment for delicate and sensitive skin, formulated to help calm reactive complexions using the anti-inflammatory benefits of green tea, ginger and seaweed extract. The aloe-based mask helps cool the complexion, improve circulation, and reduce redness and irritation. 631-863-3223

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