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Soothing Summer Spa Event August 17

Posted: 07/29/2016

This is the event you’ve been waiting for all year long. On Wednesday, August 17, Spa of the Rockies, and the Athletic Club will join forces for an end of summer spa event.  Come join us
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Health Hints: Summer Beauty Cool Down Tips

Posted: 07/29/2016

August is one of the hottest months of the year; in Glenwood Springs temperatures are frequently in the mid to high 90s. Try these simple tips to look great and stay cool all month long. 
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Health Hints: Not Your Ordinary Sunscreen

Posted: 06/30/2016

When sunscreen is doing its job, it’s shielding your skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays – preventing painful sunburns and deadly diseases like melanoma. While many sunscreens will fit the bill
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Strawberry Days Spa Facial

Posted: 05/26/2016

In honor of Strawberry Days we’re serving up a Strawberry Rhubarb Facial. Strawberries contain salicylic acid that gently exfoliates and brightens, while rhubarb chocked full of vitamin C provides
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Health Hints: What is Devil’s Claw?

Posted: 05/26/2016

Devil's claw is a medicinal herb traditionally used in the southern regions of Africa including Namibia, Botswana and South Africa. An effective remedy for reducing pain associated with osteoarthritis,
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Health Hints: Why So Many Treatments Incorporate Aromatherapy

Posted: 04/28/2016

More than just feel-good smells that help you relax; aromatherapy is a proven holistic treatment that offers tangible benefits especially when paired with treatments such as massage and hydrotherapy. 
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Health Hints: What It Is and Why You Need Moor Mud

Posted: 03/30/2016

Moor mud comes from lowland bogs in Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic. It contains more than 1,000 herbs, plants, grasses and flowers that have decomposed over time, turning the bogs into
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Health Hints: Lavender to the Rescue

Posted: 03/03/2016

Lavender has been a healing remedy for centuries. The botanical name, lavandula, comes from the Latin word lavare which means “to wash.” The plant was historically used for cleansing wounds,
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