SEP 2018

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D e e p B r e a t h s [ 60 ] • # dayspamagazine • september 2018 building blocks business boosters A spa's design can present some unique challenges—you want intimate, soundproof spaces for treatments, but might also need larger rooms for special events. One solution spas can consider is installing a retractable wall. Electronic room partitions, like those offered by Tudelü , can disappear into the ceiling with the click of a button, and boast acoustic properties to ensure privacy and tranquility. With more than 100 color, fabric and pattern combinations, as well as the ability to incorporate custom images and logos, the walls are both decorative and functional. Many services help clients detox their bodies, but arguably as important is helping them process and release negative feelings. Emotional Detox (Adams Media, 2018) by certifi ed energy healer, yoga instructor and psychology professor Sherianna Boyle features the author's seven-step C.L.E.A.N.S.E. method (Clear your pathways, Look inward, Emit positivity, Activate, Nourish, Surrender, and Ease your way into your best self and a happier and healthier life). The goal is to assist readers in ridding themselves of toxic thoughts such as fear, worry, anger and doubt, steering them back to a natural, energized state of pure joy and acceptance. BOOK NOOK Divide & Conquer Helping spa guests relax and recharge, the Silhouet-Tone O 2 Chair can be an ideal complement to wellness services, not to mention a rejuvenating stand-alone off ering (bonus: no staff required). The patented design includes a soothing heated back, oxygen concentrator and a zero-gravity biomechanism, along with screen prompts and soothing voice cues that all combine to help the user achieve optimal breathing. Ultimately, it allows clients to experience benefi ts such as lower stress levels, better quality sleep and improved heart function. Elevating your selection of liquid refreshments is a simple yet effective way to further pamper clients. Offerings like Teaspressa Luxe Elixirs and Sugar Cubes , for instance, can be used to fl avor tea, water, sparkling water or champagne with exotic fl avors like Rose and London Fog. The Sugar Cubes also contain fl ower petals that fl oat to the top of the beverage for added appeal. The pretty packaging makes these sweet treats ideal for retail, too—and private label and custom blend options are available to help promote your brand. HIGH TEA Deep Breaths LEFT: COURTESY DEEPER STILL PHOTOGRAPHY The Solace Spa in Tewksbury, Massachusetts, recently installed the Tudelü Double Wall System, allowing it the option to separate its reception and relaxation areas.

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