This week (8-14th May) is Mental Health Awareness week, making time for a regular spa treatment or thermal spa session can help to improve your wellbeing by:
- Reducing stress and anxiety
- Improving mood
- Increasing self-esteem
- Improving the quality of life when you are experiencing mental health problems.
Why not dedicate some time to your mental health this week.
Recommended spa specials:
La Sultane De Saba Head in the Clouds Only £25 (RRP from £30 - £38)
This ritual treatment is a dreamy delight, which encapsulates relaxation and calm. It incorporates scalp, shoulder and face massage to comfort the mind, body and soul. Stresses and strains melt away and tired heads and muscles are soothed. The treatment is completed with a rejuvenating and lifting facial massage.
Thermal Spa Experience from £11 - £26
Whether you want to invigorate your body, find some peace of mind or simply a relaxing place to do some soul-searching, the Thermal Spa Experience allows you to refocus on what is important to you. Become more motivated and productive with the knowledge that you are taking care of yourself.
Spa Experience Waltham Forest 2 for £35 Thermal Spa (Mon - Thurs) BOOK NOW
Spa Experience Wimbledon 2 for £20 Thermal Spa (Mon - Thurs) BOOK NOW
Spa Experience Epsom 2 for £15 Thermal Spa (Mon - Thurs) BOOK NOW
During Mental Health Week we are supporting the Survive to Thrive Campaign.
Mental illness is a common long-term medical condition that affects 1 in 4 people at some point in their life. Mental health problems can take many different forms and can affect people in a variety of ways, such as anxiety, depression and stress.
Good mental health is more than the absence of a mental health problem. What steps we can take to look after our mental health, building resilience to cope with the demands of life?
1. Talk about your feelings, share your concerns and problems with others.
2. Take a break, a few minutes aside can be enough to destress, take some ‘me’ time!
3. Eat Well, your brain needs a mix of nutrients in order to stay healthy and function mentally well.
There are a number of stories on the Mental Health website, from those that are either surviving or thriving, click here to read their personal stories.