The Oaks at Ojai, Ojai, California
The annual Spa
Magazine Spring Event , which yours truly never misses, was certainly a star-struck affair featuring headliner spas and cosmetics companies gathered at the posh Montage Beverly Hills Hotel.
The Diva samples a new treatment from Terranea Spa (one of the spa sponsors), it felt so good
Sheila Cluff, owner/founder The Oaks at Ojai, promotes new menu and cutting edge treatments offered at her spa.Sheila showed her chef’s yummy, 52.6 calorie dessert, a divine chocolate mousse made with tofu. The Oaks at Oaji, www.oaksspa.com.
Miraval Spa also showed its “ground breaking treatments” offered at the Tucson, Arizona resort. www.miravalresorts.com
Mii Amo at Enchantment, a destination spa in Sedona Boynton Canyon, gave out this little sampler, along with information on its new “Journeys”: Healthy Body Balance, Rites of Passage and Mii amo Master.
Glen Ivy Hot Springs in SoCalm a 150-yea-old rejuvenation spa promoted the red clay mud baths, underground moisturizing cabes and massages done under oak trees. www.glenivy.com.
The Huntingon Spa at the Langham Huntingon formerly a Ritz Carlton (where I’ve spa-ed happily in the past), talked about the spa’s facelift and the Chaun Body + Soul philosophy that incorporates traditional Chinese medicine (acupuncture and cupping) for a holistical experience. www.thehuntingtonspa.com.
Until last night I was unfamiliar with Kohler Waters Spa. I’d heard of the company but dnot the spa which is actually 10 years old and focuses on, you guess it, water treatments that cleanse the mind and body. www.destinationkohler.com.
One healthy getaway I am very familiar with, The Spa at The Grand Del Mar, touted the variety of natural therapies gleaned from resources of near by Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve (which we checked out and hiked through on our last visit). This is one fab spa with top notch treatments. www.thegranddelmar.com.
And the host hotel, Montage, escorted guests to their spiffy spa for a salubrious hand, exfoliation treatment.