Breaking a Sweat, Spa Style

Peiffer, Kim
July 2009
Skin, Inc.;Jul2009, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p58
The article focuses on the fitness programs being offered by spas. According to a study published by the International SPA Association (ISPA) in 2007, 13% of spas are already offering fitness or sports programs of some type. Many spas are combining traditional relaxation programs with fitness classes. Spas can customize their exercise offerings to maximize their greatest strengths.


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