Archive for May 6th, 2011
The Spa at Seabourn on Quest, which debuts next month, will feature a number of spa amenities and healthy offerings. The expansive spa, encompassing two decks, will consist of a full-service salon and a thermal suite with eight heated loungers, cocooning recliners, an aroma steam bath with salt inhalation, and a unisex herbal bath. There are two types of saunas in the spa, including a bio sauna in the women’s changing area and a traditional Finnish sauna in the men’s area. On the top deck, guests can enjoy the outdoor, cabana-style relaxation area, furnished with lounge chairs and sofas in warm and soothing tones.
Available only on Seabourn ships, the Spa at Seabourn will offer a range of treatments using SkinCeuticals and Elemis products. The 11,400-square-foot spa will also include a a Kneipp Walk pool, which provides holistic, water therapy treatment designed to enhance circulation. “The Spa at Seabourn on Quest is a beautiful and technologically-advanced facility designed to offer our guests the most advanced spa experiences at sea,” says Richard D. Meadows, Seabourn’s president. “Our spa offers several unique and exclusive amenities that guests can enjoy only when they sail with Seabourn.”
The recent tornadoes that touched down in 15 states across the country have caused a great deal of devastation. Lives have been lost, and homes and businesses are in ruins. For many beauty professionals, this disaster has greatly affected their businesses and jobs, leaving them in desperate need for support. For those victims, there is help. The Professional Beauty Association (PBA) and the National Cosmetology Association (NCA) are now accepting donations through their Disaster Relief Fund charity to assist beauty professionals whose livelihoods have been lost. The PBA/NCA Disaster Relief Fund was started in 1955 to aid salons in rebuilding after devastating events such as this. The PBA/NCA is asking industry professionals to help colleagues by making a tax deductible donation to the Disaster Relief Fund. “The PBA/NCA Disaster Relief Fund is a perfect way for our industry to come together and help support fellow beauty professionals in their time of need,” says Steve Sleeper, executive director of the PBA. One hundred percent of the proceeds will go directly to those beauty professionals in need. Donations can be made online at www.probeauty.org/disaster-relief-fund or by calling (800) 468-2274. Checks and money orders should be made payable to PBA/NCA Disaster Relief Fund and can be mailed to 15825 N. 71st Street, Suite 100, Scottsdale, AZ 85254. Those who have been impacted by the tornadoes and are seeking assistance can download an Application for Aid at www.probeauty.org/disaster-relief-fund.