Would you go to a location tailored towards relaxation if it existed?
July 3, 2014 1:00 PM Subscribe
There are spas and massage parlors, and some gyms offer yoga, but the focus on those seems to be physical relaxation (resting the nerves/staying flexible). The focus is more mental relaxation, for example via aromatherapy, meditation, and breathing techniques.
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posted by nodebunny to Health & Fitness (6 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
The idea here is that most people dont have a quiet place to relax and/or dont know how to meditate/destress -- maybe like a diet yoga with some other stress-best-practice things intertwined and a dash of undefined inner spiritualism. Exploring the idea of a destress-spa that has the community spirit of a dojo.
Where do you typically go to destress?
and when you get there what activities help you relax and focus?
How much would you be willing to pay to have access to a facility that provided services, tools and community around destressing/healthy mental habits?
Any feedback around this idea is appreciated.