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Why Spa at The Marsh?
Our professional, full service spa is part of a comprehensive wellness facility featuring a medically-based fitness center, lap swimming and warm water therapy pools, group exercise and Pilates studios, an award-winning restaurant, designer boutique, six overnight guest rooms and several unique meditative spaces. Child care is available onsite – advance registration required only for infants less than 12 months old.
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Although limited to your head and neck, the benefits of scalp massage extend to your full body – reducing muscle tension, lowering stress and alleviating headaches.
A warm aromatic neck wrap and soothing foot bath begins this service, followed by a foot and leg massage designed to help increase blood flow and circulation.
Tuesday, 02/18/2020 12:30 - 2:00 p.m.
Join Liz Anema and Certified Master Pedicurist JJ Davis, RN for this informative, therapeutic and hands-on program. You will learn foot exercises and massage techniques to keep your feet flexible and mobile.
Inside The Marsh News
To most, the modality of Aquatic Bodywork in a pool setting might look like a relaxing meditation session in the water, guided by a practitioner or ‘giver’. The truth is that Aquatic Bodywork goes far beyond simple relaxation. This practice involves floating, supporting, and providing input to a ‘receiver’ in a body of warm water […]
Whether you joined The Marsh for the fitness, the spa, counseling, or a combination of these or other benefits, you get so much more. Even if you’re aware of all the benefits, it can be easy to get so busy with your daily life that you miss out on some of the perks. Here are […]
In 1990, Lykken and Tellegen conducted the famous Minnesota Twins study looking at self-reported happiness levels among 2,310 sets of identical twins living separately in distinct situations. The results showed that none of the predictable sources of happiness- educational attainment, socioeconomic level, income, or marital status- affected people’s experience of well-being. The only predictive factor […]