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Beat the Heat at Santa Rita Springs

Jun 30, 2014 06:32PM

Tucson is hot and dry in the summertime, and the salt water of Santa Rita Springs offers a cooling change for summer workouts, therapeutic movement, meditation, classes and aquatic massage, or Watsu. Affordable weekly summer classes are held Sunday through Thursday, with Watsu on Fridays and Saturdays.

Dorothy Richmond, LMT, says, “Hidden away behind an arched turquoise gate in central Tucson, this private sanctuary was created for people seeking help to restore good health after a life-changing diagnosis, personal loss, physical injury, surgery or trauma.”

Unique treatments from licensed massage therapists and well-trained specialists in the area are administered in the comfort of an indoor salt water pool in a nearly weightless state, supported by salt water warmed to body temperature.

Location: 2301 N. Santa Rita Ave. For more information, call 520-622-4201, email [email protected] or visit SantaRitaSprings.com

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