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spa
magazine.com
 
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pamperedin the park
t seems like a no-brainer thatnational parks woul focus on well-ness, but in the U.. this iea isrelativel new. hink about it: Whenwas the last time ou ha a ecentsala at the gran Canon?hanks to visionar ational Parkervice irector Jon Jarvis, this ischanin. When the foo conces-sions at uir Woos in Californiastarte offerin healthier fare, notonl were visitors happ, but it eliv-ere hiher prots, too. hat le tothe iea of spas in or near nationalparks, with new ones openin inyosemite (scent pa at enaaLoe), the gran Canon (man-iri) an the golen gate ationalRecreation rea (Cavallo Point).he newest entr in parkwellness:
Park Prescriptions
. pear-heae b famil phsician daphneiller, .d., in conjunction with henstitute at the golen gate, thecampain supports the iea of actual“prescriptions” esine to etpatients walkin particular naturalpark trails. o far, prescriptions havebeen formulate for parks in Califor-nia, ew exico an niana.n the health-insurance inustris responin; one compan,eeChane, is reimbursin patientsfor entrance fees to California tateParks, while larer companies likeKaiser an Humana are consierinsimilar plans. ext step: formulat-in a nationwie plan that will turnparks into bastions not onl ofnatural beaut, but also of healthan wellness.
BY AMY WESTERVELT
 
hiLTon
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does crossin time zonesleave ou up in the air withjet la? f so, a foo fastma be the quickest wa toreset our bo’s rhthms,accorin to a stu le bCliffor B. aper, .d., thehea of neurolo at Harvareical chool’s Beth sraeldeaconess eical Cen-ter. aper suests that ifou fast for 16 hours beforelanin, then resume eatinon the local scheule, ouma avoi jet la altoether.
— Annette Burden
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There are no more excuses
for not exercising on theroad. This year,
Westin
Hotels & Resorts
has part-
nered with
New Balance
footwear to offer guestsgratis workout parapher-nalia. With the program,already started in 10 citiesaround the world (includ-ing Boston, San Francisco,Beijing and Berlin), health-conscious travelers canborrow men’s and wom-
en’s running sneakers (with
new disposable insoles),
shorts, shirts, pants, sports
bras and socks. Celeb-rity trainer Holly Perkinshas also created specialin-room stretching andstrengthening workoutsso simple that they don’t
require equipment. Want tohit the pavement outdoors?Grab one of each property’s
local 3- and 5-mile runningmaps. If you’re traveling for
a marathon or other athleticevent, participating proper-
ties offer turndown servicethat will gift you with ame-
nities like high-performance
pre-race snacks and a“good luck” wake-up call.Now you can save that
extra room in your luggage
for important stuff, like
shoes.
Nora Zelevansky
TRAVEL Tip
Fastin toBeat Jet La
WESTin
Balancin ct
If the word “eforea”
seems a
 
 bit oreign, wait a ew months.
HiltonHotels & Resorts
is rolling out this newspa brand to uniy its global spa business,transcend languages and evoke a place o spiritual calm or weary travelers. With123 hotel and resort spas worldwide, Hil-ton is poised to become a major globalspa presence. More than 100 properties
have committed to introducing the eorea
concept, which has three core signature
“journeys”: Essentials, using Kerstin Flo-rian botanical products; Escape, eaturingorganic Li’Tya products; and Men’s, oer-ing a series o goal-driven treatments and
 VitaMan products. Want to get a preview?
The Hilton Short Hills, in Short Hills, New
Jersey, debuted the frst eorea in October
2010. Our pick: the Escape line’s Total Heal-
ing Body Experience (90 minutes, $195);
 based on natural Australian products and
ancient aboriginal healing techniques, it
includes a desert-salt exfoliation, a wrap in
mineral-rich Mapi mud, a waterall scalpmassage and a rhythmic body massage.Spring 2011 sees the openings o eoreaspas at Hilton on the Park, Melbourne, Australia; Hilton Pattaya, Thailand; and
the Millennium Hilton Bangkok. By June,
there will be a second domestic eorea atHilton Sedona Resort & Spa, in Sedona,
 Arizona.
hilton.com
 Donna Heiderstadt 
Hilton’s New “eorea”

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