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Sona MedSpa of Charlotte-Ballantyne
(704) 364-3600
7825 Ballantyne Commons Pkwy Suite 300
Charlotte, NC
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Medical Spa

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Ageless Remedies - Charlotte
(704) 364-3332
3900-C Colony Road
Charlotte, NC
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Medical Spa

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Sea Island Healing Spa
(843) 524-0558
9A Rue Du Bois Road
Beaufort, NC
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Medical Spa

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Iatria Day Spa
(919) 488-7050
13200 New Falls of Neuse Road, Ste 113
Raleigh, NC
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Day spa, Medical Spa

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Cape Fear Aesthetics
(910) 323-3757
2053 Valleygate Drive
Fayetteville, NC
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Day spa, Medical Spa, Pre-post Natal

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Sona MedSpa of Charlotte-Cotswold
(704) 364-3600
309 S. Sharon Amity Road
Charlotte, NC
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Medical Spa

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Sona MedSpa of Greensboro
(336) 315-5500
628 Green Valley Road Suite 408
Greensboro, NC
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Medical Spa

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Sona MedSpa of Raleigh
(919) 859-1961
801 Jones Franklin Road
Raleigh, NC
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Medical Spa

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Sona MedSpa of Charlotte-Ballantyne
(704) 364-3600
7825 Ballantyne Commons Pkwy Suite 300
Charlotte, NC
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Medical Spa

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Sona MedSpa of Charlotte-Lake Norman
(704) 364-3600
14330 Oakhill Park Lane
Huntersville, NC
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Medical Spa

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Top Ten: Reasons Spa is more than ‘Fluff and Buff’

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by Brett Blumenthal

The past couple of times I’ve spoken at Spa Industry conferences, I’ve heard industry experts describe the consumers’ perception of a spa as “a place to get fluffed and buffed,” implying that spas are purely meant for superficial grooming benefits. Sure, there are definite beautification benefits, but the reality is that there are a lot of mental and physical benefits that you can reap from a trip to the spa. This misperception, however, once again inspired me to create a ‘Top List’ of reasons to venture out to the spa.

Stress Management and Relaxation: Every type of treatment or service , including massage and body work , can help you relax and decompress. Further, you don’t need to actually buy a treatment to see the benefits. Just sitting in a jacuzzi, steam shower or sauna , amenities a lot of spas, wellness and fitness centers offer, can help you to relieve stress Detox: Many types of services promote detoxification , which eliminates toxins and excess fluids that can contribute to loss of energy, constipation, bloating and water retention. Increased Self Esteem and Confidence: Taking time to pamper yourself and to take care of your body and mind can significantly improve your body image, increase your body awareness, and improve your self esteem. Improved Circulation and Blood Pressure: Many services, such as heat therapy , hydrotherapy , massage and body treatments, help to improve circulation and reduce blood pressure. Anti-Aging and Healthy Skin: Taking care of your body, mind and skin helps to ward off the aging process. Treatments, such as facials and other skin care services, as well as body treatments , target skin problems to keep you looking your best. Psychological Benefits: Being touched therapeutically through massage and other types of services provides many emotional and psychological benefits. Pain Management: Many types of services can help alleviate pain. Further, some treatments are known to help relieve symptoms of arthritis, fibromyalgia and nerve problems. Improved Sleep Patterns: Through the relaxation process, people find that they are able to sleep better at night. Further, some spas offer Sleep Therapy programs for those who have serious sleep disorders. Improved Breathing: Sauna and other heat related therapies , as well as massage , can help to improve your breathing. Further, spas that offer movement classes, such as yo...

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