From travel journalists Fletcher Newbern

Among the 76 countries we've visited so far, we've tried it all: Indian marma massage (the therapist uses the foot), Ayuvedic in Bangkok, even a parkling lot massage by baggage handlers in Myanmar (they were excellent). Follow along and plan your next relaxation getaway, whether just down the street or halfway around the world.

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Pressure. That's what it's all about according to Johnny Zecopoulos. More specifically, pressure as it leads to relaxation and well being, both products that Zecopoulos delivers during our 60-minute session with him at our stay at Woodlands Inn.

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River Falls Spa is lovely, but unexpected. Located steps below street level in a historic downtown office building in Greenville, SC, you feel like you are stepping back in time. For us, the location was perfect since our spa visit happened to coincide with our stay...

Plan to stay longer - that’s my advice right up front. We were fortunate to have two nights to sample The Sanctuary at Kiawah Island, a gorgeous seaside property on a beautiful stretch of beach in South Carolina’s Low Country, about 40 minutes from Charleston, SC. But,...

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