Then, in July of 2012, I attended another and even better retreat, this time at Spa Eastman (http://www.spa-eastman.com/en/eastman/)
up in Quebec. Not only did we have all of the advantages of the all-inclusive resort but there also were all of the services of a spa. I had never been to a health spa before, but I’m glad to have had this as my first experience. The
owner is a very down-to-earth lady who was a teacher, became interested in natural healing and studied to be a masseuse. From this humble beginning and her passion for natural, healthy living, she developed this spa into one that has been awarded the
status of the number one spa in North America by an organization which rates such places in five continents. They have master chefs who prepare organic, fresh foods in the most healthful ways. They grow much of their food right on the property.
The water source is mountain springs. So you can drink the water straight from the tap, and it tastes wonderful. There is a brilliant naturopath who used to be a nuclear physicist and became interested in natural healing. There is every kind
of massage and body treatment you can imagine, including a hair salon which uses only natural products. It was quite an experience. Plus the surrounding countryside was breathtaking and great for all kinds of outdoor activities (a visit to a lavender
farm for one that we took advantage of). I was especially thrilled to be able to drive rather than fly (just about 6 hours from Stratrford). All-in-all I look forward to an exercise retreat once a year, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone
and HAVE recommended it to all of my friends. I have a photo web site with pictures of my two spa retreats and some of a Road Scholar Trip I took helping to reconstruct New Orleans . If you’re interested, go to https://paulasshares.shutterfly.com/ ,
and you’ll see what it’s all about (email@example.com).