Sometimes, your body feels great after a workout. You feel energized, strong, and ready to take on anything. Other times… you push a little too hard and your body isn’t so happy with you. That’s why spas across the country are focusing on athletic enhancements during our Spring Spa Week event. Everything from cryotherapy to a lymphatic drainage massage can help heal your body and get you ready for your next workout.


Reward your body with these treatments specifically designed for muscle-healing.


Athletic Enhancement Retreat at Thermae Retreat Delray Beach in Delray Beach, Florida


Spend a week in our saunas with healing chromotherapy to increase athletic performance. A one-week membership includes detoxing infrared saunas, vibration trainer and rebounder, pure alkaline water and a muscle recovery salve. Heal muscles quicker, calm inflammation and work the circulatory system while you relax in our holistic retreat.

Muscle Restore at Be. Massage in Scottsdale, Arizona


Recharge your tired muscles with this unique treatment! This treatment includes epsom-salt infused steamed towels to soothe muscles, followed by a sports massage featuring Muscle Soak Massage Oil. This massage will leave your muscles feeling restored and ready for your next workout!

Reflexology Massage with Aromatherapy at Egle Milavickas LMT in Chicago, Illinois


Relieve pain and restore your body with reflexology! This treatment focuses on applying pressure to the specific nerve zones in your feet and hands. Reflexology aims to harmonize your entire body through specific pressure points.

Cryotherapy at Aria Medi Spa in Sterling, Virginia


Experience the healing power of cryotherapy. Cryotherapy can help ease muscle pain, speed post-workout recovery and reduce stress levels. This treatment includes cryotherapy for the full-body.

Deep Muscle Recovery Massage at Elements Massage in Multiple Locations


Recover from a tough workout with this deep muscle therapy massage. This treatment uses deep tissue techniques to ease soreness from overused muscles and relax the body. This massage is the perfect way to recover and soothe your muscles after a workout!

Cupping Massage at La Maison Salon & Spa in Short Hills, New Jersey


If you need something for added recovering, heal sore muscles with this cupping massage! Cupping softens tight muscles, brings hydration and blood flow to body tissues, treats inflammation and drains excess fluids and toxins.

Lymphatic Drainage Body Massage at SKN Spa in New York, New York


Heal your body with a lymphatic drainage treatment. This will help detoxify and remove waste from the body, aiding in blood circulation to help the body system function smoothly. Electric impulses are used to stimulate muscle contractions and tighten the skin. This treatment improves the immune system, reduces stress and treats sore muscles.

Thai Bomb Massage at Spa Enliven in New York, New York


Indulge and relax with a hot stone or Thai Bomb massage! Hot stone massages calm the body with heated stones that release tension. The Thai Bomb massage combines traditional massage techniques and a Thai Herbal ball to relieve muscle soreness in sensitive areas. These treatments are the perfect way to treat muscle pain and recover from difficult workouts.

Soothe Your Soles at JW Marriott Las Vegas in Las Vegas, Nevada


Revive your tired feet with this luxurious treatment! The Soothe Your Soul session includes an invigorating foot exfoliation scrub and foot massage that will leave you with an extra pep in your step.

Hot Stone Massage at Hand & Stone in Multiple Locations


Relax and indulge with a classic Hot Stone Massage. This treatment features hot stones that will help the body to relax and unwind. The Signature Hot Stone Massage can be customized with varying pressures and techniques based on your preferences and needs.


Which treatment are you most interested in this Spring Spa Week? From April 15 – 21, these treatments (and more!) will be just $50. Make sure you book your appointment today at!

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