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Four Seasons Offer Simple Tips for Home Wellness

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Four Seasons properties located in the Bahamas, Hawaii, St. Louis and New York offer different suggestions on implementing wellness into life while stuck at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

As the COVID-19 pandemic has people stuck inside, Four Seasons properties around the world have released suggestions for implementing wellness at home, according to an article on Meetings & Conventions.

Located on Paradise Island in the Bahamas, The Ocean Club, A Four Seasons Resort proposes people at home try to turn daily chores and activities into opportunities for exercise and a serotonin boost, the article states.

The spa director at Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis, Erin Stewart, offers up her favorite self-care practice: a DIY steam shower accompanied by a cup of Pure Intentions Tranquility Vanilla Tea.

Similarly, Tara Cruz, senior spa director at Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown, advises people not turn on social media in the morning, but instead practice meditation and mindfulness exercises to start the day on a positive note.

Finally, Cecilia Herick, director of the spa and the sports club at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai in Hawaii, offers guidance on an at-home Hualalai Spa Apothecary Body Treatment: a homemade scrub of sugar, coconut oil and cocoa powder; a bath with epsom salt and a can of coconut milk; a coconut water beverage with a lime wedge; and cocoa butter lotion for after the bath.