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Date:5/27/2008

LEXINGTON, Ky., May 27 /PRNewswire/ -- With many Americans eagerly awaiting some extra cash in their pockets thanks to the economic stimulus payments, now is the time to make an investment in your health. As the voice of the global spa industry, the International SPA Association and its 3,000 members urge you to invest your newly acquired funds on your mind, body and spirit.

"What's more important than investing in your health?" said ISPA President Lynne McNees. "Wouldn't you rather relax, reflect, revitalize and rejoice at a spa than spend time in a doctor's office being treated for stress-related illnesses? Spas give you permission to pause, which is absolutely critical in our 24/7 society."

There are more than 14,000 spas in the United States and many offer classes on self-improvement, which can be learned at the spa and then applied in daily life. In fact, 51 percent of spas offer educational programs and nutritional consultations, 40 percent offer healthy eating classes, 39 percent offer stress management classes and 26 percent have educational offerings on obesity or other weight issues.

If you've been hesitating to take your first trip to the spa, the extra money in your pocket affords you the opportunity to test the waters. As one in four adults will go to a spa this year, you know someone who has been, so make them your spa mentor. Spa-going in groups - with friends, family members or a significant other - is a popular way to help ease you into the spa experience.

These eight tips will give you the 411 on everything you need to know before you go:
-- Do Your Homework - Research the spas in your area and determine your

needs before booking an appointment. Spas offer a menu of services

that describe each treatment and its therapeutic value. ISPA's Web

site has a glossary

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SOURCE International SPA Association
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