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Relax, Recharge And Reflex This Summer At A Leading Key West Resort
Date:7/7/2010

Key West Spa Resort introduces 'Reflex on the Beach' sunset reflexology treatment for couples

(PRWEB) July 7, 2010 -- This summer, the award-winning Jala Spa at Hyatt's Key West Resort is inviting couples to slip into total relaxation while basking in the island's awe-inspiring sunsets during the new "Reflex on the Beach" spa treatment.

The reflexology-inspired experience at the West spa incorporates pressure point treatment of the hands, feet and ears with a neck and shoulder massage and foot soak. The exclusive hour-long treatment begins with a glass of champagne and ends with fiery hues signifying the transition from day to night as the sun slips beyond the horizon. "Reflex on the Beach" is available just once daily and takes place on the resort's secluded Gulfside dock. The treatment is just $199 per couple, inclusive of tax and gratuity.

Reflexology, just one of the many treatments offered at Jala Spa, is based on the concept that certain areas of the feet, hands and ears correspond with other zones throughout the body. Activating the pressure points during reflexology treatment helps relieve tension, improve circulation and promote health and well-being in the associated parts of the body.

For a full video demonstration of "Reflex on the Beach," visit www.facebook.com/hyattkeywest. For reservations or more information, please contact Hyatt Key West Resort and Spa at (305) 809-1234, or visit www.k
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