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Miraval Tucson Introduces New Programming for 2009
Date:2/12/2009

Award-winning Resort & Spa Adds Expert Intensives, Welcomes New Staff, and Launches Special Value Packages for Visitors and Locals Alike

TUCSON, Ariz., Feb. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Miraval Tucson, the top-rated resort and spa dedicated to helping people live and feel better, is kicking off 2009 with the introduction of cutting-edge programs and services to complement their existing slate of wellness offerings. The resort also is offering value packages this winter, all available at reduced rates for a limited time.

Equally well known for its exceptional staff, Miraval Tucson is pleased to welcome several leading industry experts to the campus. "Miraval Tucson is dedicated to bringing together experts at the forefront of the health and wellness arenas," says Tracey Latkovic, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for the company, "We are excited to have so many innovators in the field join our team."

WOMEN'S WELLNESS WORKSHOP

This workshop emphasizes making smart choices and lifestyle changes that dramatically impact overall health. Mary Horn, M.S. will lead four, five-day sessions in April, June, August, and December 2009.

HOLOGRAPHIC MEMORY RESOLUTION RETREAT

Brent Baum, trauma specialist and author, leads Holographic Memory Resolution (HMR) in March and September 2009. A five-day workshop, HMR was developed by Baum over 15 years as he worked with trauma survivors from all walks of life. This workshop is designed to teach participants to move beyond the past by resolving emotions associated with traumatic events.

AYURVEDIC INTENSIVE

Miraval Tucson will offer Ayurvedic Intensives with Sarah McLean and Clinton Horner in March and October. This 4-day retreat is designed to help participants discover balance, joy, and health everyday. Translated as the science of life,
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