ECHO Cancer Foundation and Spa at Norwich Inn Partner To Develop New Services for People Living With Cancer and With Chronic Diseases, Including Diabetes and Multiple Sclerosis
Norwich, CT –
From left, Laura Stevenson-Flom, executive director, ECHO Cancer Foundation, Norwich; Danielle Knerr, spa director, The Spa at Norwich Inn; Dr. K. Jagathmbal, Eastern Connecticut Hematology and Oncology of Norwich; and John G. O'Shaughnessey, general manager, The Spa at the Norwich Inn, at a media conference Jan. 26 announcing the new Fragile Client program, developed by The Spa at Norwich Inn in partnership with the ECHO Cancer Foundation, to create a special menu of spa services for people undergoing treatment for cancer, and for people with chronic diseases, including diabetes and multiple sclerosis, so that they may enjoy the benefits of increased relaxation, reduction of anxiety and more restful sleep.
The Fragile Client spa services are:
- Wellness Massage Therapy, including a consult on the guest’s special needs and a massage that provides gentle pressure to promote relaxation and ease tension. 50 minutes, $95 plus tax and service charges.
- Relaxation Facial, which omits pore extraction and steam, removes impurities with unscented products. A relaxing facial massage and masque application stimulates circulation and restores hydration. 50 minutes, $95 plus tax and service charges.
- Manicure or Pedicure (each lasts 25 minutes and each costs $30 plus tax and services charges. Includes hand or foot soak, shaping of nails, gentle massage with unscented lotion and application of nail polish.
- Hydrating Body Antidote includes a very gentle body exfoliation with a fine-grain organic salt, which is then removed with warmed towels. After application of a luxurious, unscented lotion, the client continues to relax during a gengle face and head massage. 50 minutes, $135, plus tax and service charges.
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