Good for your health, mind, body and soul: it’s Spa Week UK 2017

It’s National Spa Week 2017 which means that you can abandon all guilt and book a spa treatment. Or  why not pull out all the stops and book a spa break. There are some great deals to be had, but what’s more important is that it is great for your physical health and mental wellbeing. Trust me – I’m The Spa Man.

Elemental Herbology at Ockenden Manor

Running from 3oth October to 5th November, Spa Week 2017 celebrates UK spas and salons by putting them in the spotlight for one dedicated week, giving them the opportunity to showcase the many real physical and emotional health benefits of the treatments that they offer to the UK public. This year the event is sponsored by Groupon and Aromatherapy Associates.

Rudding Park Spa

Participating spas and salons will be providing some fantastic offers and promotions on a range of treatments so that you can discover for yourself why regularly visiting a spa is a necessary personal investment, not just a one off ‘treat’.

Rockliffe Hall Spa Garden - The Spa Man

The main aim of Spa Week 2017 is to promote the many physical, mental and emotional benefits associated with spa treatments and to open your eyes to everything that a spa has to offer. It’s much more than a back and shoulder massage or an anti-ageing facial. Spas in the UK offer yoga retreats, can help to resolve issues dealing with gut health, stress, sleep or mindfulness. But this is just a small selection of what you can find in your local spa, visit the website below to really see what’s on offer.


Stoke Park Pool

The UK Spa Association (UKSA) believes the spa industry has far more to contribute to UK health and wellbeing, not to mention the UK economy if the public saw the industry as a necessary personal investment.

To find your nearest participating spa or salon and more information about their offers and promotions simply enter your postcode into the Spa Week 2017 website:

Check out The Spa Man’s top picks of the new spa openings in 2017 here