Yenra : Health : Wellness Spa : Relaxation, rejuvenation, and renewal at southern Arizona luxury resort in the desert hills near Tucson


Nature walks in the glow of a high desert sunset, personalized massages, learning mindful decision-making, trying a climbing wall, and having lunch with a nutritionist are part of the Lean Cuisine Wellness Escape. Fifty winners and their guests will do something good for themselves by participating in these activities and many more. They'll spend October 7-10, 2004, at Miraval, a luxurious spa resort set in the Southern Arizona's desert hills near Tucson. It's the ideal setting for a journey of self-discovery for body, mind and spirit -- a weekend opportunity to relax, renew and rejuvenate physically and spiritually.

At Miraval, Destination Lean Cuisine grand prize winners will choose among dozens of enriching and educational activities to learn simple, practical ways to create more healthful lives for themselves. Nationally known experts in weight management, nutrition, fitness, and life management skills will guide activities and conduct classes designed to inspire and strengthen the understanding and practice of wellness.

There will be something for everyone during the Destination Lean Cuisine weekend at Miraval, including power walks, morning yoga and meditation sessions, story telling, sacred sand painting, photography, mindful stress reduction techniques, and the Miraval equine experience. These are only a few of the exciting choices. Add massages, reflexology sessions, Dead Sea salt scrubs, facials, pedicures and manicures, and every part of the body will be indulged and pampered.