Insparation: A Teen's Guide to Healthy Living Inspired by Today's Hot Spas

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Watson-Guptill, Jan 1, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 127 pages
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• Sports, school, extracurriculars,
community service, SATs…
today's teens lead stressful lives.


• Spas and resorts are seeing an influx
of young adults


• Lush photographs plus tips on skin care, spirit, stress management, body, and beauty, including how-tos on yoga, tai chi, stretching, toning, healthy eating, and more


It's not just moms who go to the spa anymore. Now teens are headed to these pampering centers, often for treatments designed just for them.InSPArationlooks at the coolest teen-centered treatments these spas have to offer, then lays out easy-to-do, affordable at-home versions. With an emphasis on mind, body, and spirit (plus tips on hosting chic spa parties), this book motivates teens to learn more about healthy body image, proper nutrition, exercise, and good habits. Of course, it's all pretty luxurious, too! From make-your-own treatments like a Banana Split Body Polish and a Blemish-Buster Facial, to the relaxing and emotionally nurturing mom and daughter retreat, to just-for-fun Glam-Slam Nails,InSPArationis like being pampered for a lifetime instead of just one day.

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Contents

HotRock Rubdown
78
Feet ReTreat
84
RelaxMe Reflexology
90
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Mary Beth Sammonshas more than twenty-five years of experience as an award-winning journalist, author, and marketing professional. She has written for theChicago Tribune,Family Circle, and many other publications. She lives
in Chicago.


Samantha Moss, a freelance writer
and editor, directed the catalog and Web editorial teams for Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, and PBteen. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area.


Azadeh Houshyaris a designer and illustrator working on several projects with adult and children’s book publishers. She lives in New York City.

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