Give Mom A Day at a Spa
With Mother’s Day just weeks away, many people will start thinking about gifts they can give to their mothers this year. In recent years, more people have started giving their mothers and wives the gift of spa treatments. People can purchase passes and gift certificates to some of the many fine spas across the country, including some owned and developed by premier spa developer Edward Safdie and his company, the Ed Safdie group. Treat your mom or the special woman in your life to a day of relaxation that will rejuvenate her look and her spirits. A day filled with healthy foods, massage, facials, pedicures, manicures and other treatments can make her feel like a queen.
Spa Treatments Not Just for the Famous
Ed Safdie author, hotelier, land developer, businessman and entrepreneur, has developed numerous spas over the years, bringing spa experiences to people across the United States. While the Edward J. Safdie group’s properties have proven popular with distinguished guests like actresses, fashion models, actors and politicians, they have also helped everyday people relax, purify their bodies and take a load off. Safdie came to prominence in the 1980s with the publication of his first book, Spa Food: Menus & Recipes from the Sonoma Mission Inn in 1985. The cookbook introduced many people across the country to spa cuisine, and how spa diets’ emphasis on low-calorie and tasteful fare helps people slim down. Safdie also published a follow-up cookbook, New Spa Food, in 1990.
Edward J. Safdie’s properties have hosted many prominent figures over the years, drawing award-winning filmmakers, prizewinning actors and actresses, musicians, business leaders, political figures from both major political parties and other notable figures.