Grown Ups' Take on Spring Break

Hunting & Gathering

BY BRITTANY MATTIE SRQ DAILY FRESHLY SQUEEZED CONTENT EVERY MORNING TUESDAY MAR 26, 2019

While many of us have outgrown from the Panhandle parties that ensue at the eager start of spring—transcended with jello shots and mobs of 20-somethings on a beach—your life now seems a polar obverse, well past the dog days of college. But just because we’ve graduated from university and wet T-shirt contests, doesn’t mean we can’t self-indulge in what makes us feel happy and youthful today, right? Celebrate this hedonistic time of year as an adult refined, someone who values self-care more than juvenile debauchery, at the recently opened Pura Vie. A boutique Ayurvedic spa and yoga studio, Pura Vie’s holistic wellness center encourages spiritual balance and total rejuvenation before anything—offering natural, vegan skincare products, body therapy/massages, facial treatments, intimate yoga classes and guided meditations.

And since Manatee County Schools still have off this week, Pura Vie is extending its Spring Break Flash Promo through March 30. “We want to give opportunity for parents, teachers and the general community that will have time off, the same great deals we offered Sarasota, this week,” says Owner Noemi Pareja. “If you are in Sarasota and missed this amazing promotion, you have another chance!"

The sale includes 90 minute massages at the 60 minute price and 30% off any of the five different facial options. Does this not seem like the perfect time to detox, rather than retox? Take care of that mind-body-spirit, and prepare yourself for a sensorial therapeutic massage and/or super hydrating, cleansing facial at this new, beautiful urban oasis.

You must mention “Spring Break Promo” at booking in order to receive this discount, issued at service checkout.

Photo courtesy of Pura Vie.

Pura Vie Spa, 1460 Boulevard of the Arts, Sarasota, 941-312-4402.

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