Healthy Escapes: 244 Resorts and Retreats Where You Can Get Fit, Feel Good, Find Yourself and Get Away from It All

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Fodor's Travel Publications, Dec 30, 1996 - Travel - 387 pages
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·The most comprehensive, up-to-date guide on spas in North America and the Caribbean, with listings of 244 resorts and retreats where you can feel good, find yourself, get away from it all, and maybe even jump-start your fitness program.
· Packed with listings that make it easy for anyone to find the perfect spa (whether you want to focus on holistic health, spiritual awareness, or weight management).
·Highlights programs ranging from luxury pampering, life enhancement, nutrition and diet, and stress control to preventive medicine, sports conditioning, spas with great resort facilities, and more.
· Coverage of shipboard fitness programs and programs that stand out for senior citizens and kids.
·Each spa entry includes a comprehensive overview of the facility and its history as well as complete information about the accommodations, rates, and how to get there.
·Special directories cross-reference each location by name and by specialty

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Contents

Listing of Resorts
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DesertFarren 61
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La Casa de Vida Natural 366
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About the author (1996)

Bernard Burt is an internationally recognized authority on the spa industry and a writer and leader in the field of spa vacations and health travel. He writes a column for "Healing Lifestyles & Spas" magazine and tracks trends for "Spa Management Journal." As founding director of the International Spa Association, he launched "Pulse "magazine in 1991. He lives in Washington, D.C.
Pamela Price is a writer, editor, and radio personality who has visited more than 500 spas worldwide. She has written about spas for more than thirty years, and her articles have appeared in more than 100 newspapers and magazines.  She  is the travel columnist for the "Malibu Times" and hosts a monthly review of worldwide spas on the "Joey English Show," broadcast on KNWT-AM 1270 in Palm Springs. Pam lives in Cathedral City, California.
 

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