The kids are back in school so there's no better time to getaway to Miraval. We've hand-picked these spa treatments and activities especially for moms to find balance and recharge. Being a mom is known as "the hardest job in the world" and we know you deserve some quality "me time" to return home as the super mom you are!
For a limited time, book your Mom's Miraval Getaway for a September stay and if we have it available, receive a complimentary one-category room upgrade when you mention: MIRAVALMOMS
Nurture your mind and body with Miraval's most complete body renewal ritual. In this six part ritual, the skin is gently brushed with warm loofah mitts, followed by a powerful exfoliation of bioactive white peat enzymes, sea minerals and ripe anti-oxidant berries; to polish, enhance skim elasticity and reduce toxins. The lymphatic system is then stimulated with the application of a soothing mushroom and phyto-nutrient masque; enveloping the body to facilitate cellular turnover. After showering with an organic purifying cleanser, your skin will be replenished with an omega rich and anti-oxidant fresh berry-oil serum. A full body massage of Artic berry milk cream will encourage skin regeneration, hydration and restore elasticity. Skin is replenished, protected and supple.
(Designed for a 3-4 guests)
Our Executive Chef will lead you into a night of degustation in the center of the Miraval kitchen. Tiered tasting courses of spa and traditional cuisines offered amidst the busting dinner service. All courses include wine selections based on flavor profiles. The menu for this experience changes weekly to incorporate the most available fresh and organic ingredients -- no allergy accommodations please.
Hopefully you’ve learned how to create and maintain great eating and exercise plans, but did you know you can also create a plan for better sleep? Research has revealed that sleep, is one of the basic building blocks of good health. Although we live in a society where trading sleep time for getting more things done in a day is often the norm, the truth is that our brains and bodies require adequate amounts of good quality sleep to stay healthy. Sleep deprivation has negative affects on aging, immune system function, metabolism, reaction time, memory, blood pressure, and much more. As a group learn what’s happening to your body and brain while you sleep. Learn what you are doing each day and night that is contributing to keeping you awake and create a plan to work with, not against your body’s ability to get a better night’s sleep.
A healthy and satisfying sex life is an important piece of your healthy lifestyle - and it's still possible even though you're not in your twenties anymore! Menopause symptoms, health issues, and changing body image may have caused you to avoid or neglect this part of your life. Share a private and comfortable conversation with Sheryl Brooks, RN about your questions and concerns regarding changing sexuality and intimacy in midlife. You'll leave the conversation with tips and information to keep it going or maybe even make it better than ever before!
“Having balance” or “being more balanced” is often stated as a goal for supporting health and wellness. But, what does balance look like and feel like? How do we know when we are “in balance”? What are the elements required to create and maintain balance? Join Anne Parker, Wellness Counselor, for this fun and informative class that will challenge our ideas about what balance really is as well as identify steps we can take to make balance a fundamental part of our lives.
Relationships give us some of the most wonderful and the most painful experiences in our lives. During the inevitable ups and the downs, presence is the greatest gift we can give to those we care about. Learn how mindfulness can bring richness to how we relate to the people we love - improving communication, deepening connections, shifting expectations, and developing more satisfaction in and with each other.