Spa Spy: Banyan Tree, Koh Samui, Thailand

Ritz-Carlton, Coconut Grove shows off for Miami Spa Month

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An outside dining area and glass surround, double day bed, and relaxation deck with bean bags. Turn down service with pillow aromatherapy and macaroons. The Spa: The Rainforest Spa is located down the hill hidden amongst the trees, contemporary in design with a nature inspired decor, using natural materials to bring the outside in; a forest within a forest. Facilities include a personal hydrotherapy/thermal circuit with ice drench buckets and jet stream massage showers, a foot spa, sauna and steam rooms and a complete hydro-jet pool and heated stone relaxation beds. The Treatment: Rainforest Experience. A personal hydro and thermo circuit is followed by a ‘balancing’ massage. Warm oils are used to relax the muscles with sweeping and stretching movements to open the back and spine releasing tension.
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The Local Love Massage: A therapist determines the guest’s specific needs during a consultation. Intense Hydrating Facial: Treatment not only deeply moisturizes, it corrects the consequences of dehydration; fragile, taut, dull-looking skin. (Does not include steam or extractions). The Ritz-Carlton, Coconut Grove is one of the top boutique hotels in the Southeast, with a great location just a few minutes walk from the popular shopping and district of Coconut Grove and only about 30 minutes from South Beach. For those who dont want the South Beach hustle and glitz, The Ritz-Carlton, Coconut Grove is a perfect alternative. General Manager Jacqueline Volkart is one of the best executives in the business and her 115-room hotel has all the service amenities one has come to expect from a Ritz-Carlton.
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Livestock 2013: Foot trimming link to digital dermatitis spread in cattle

Tennessee Lawmakers Worry About Muslim Foot Bath, It Is Actually a Mop Sink

Nevertheless, very early work by vet Roger Blowey and researcher Leigh Sullivan from Liverpool University has revealed that DD has been present on the hoof knife and hands of those working with cattle. “It used to be thought DD was spread in slurry and the environment, but we have never been able to find it, “said Mr Blowey. “However, five months ago we decided to see whether it was spread on the hoof knife and when the knife was swabbed, data showed the knives used had one or more of the three infectious agents that cause DD on them. “Although only a hypothesis, I would say the probability is fairly high that the hoof knife is a major risk factor in the spread. Unfortunately, even after simple disinfection of the knife and then taking a swap for testing, it did not always remove the infection.
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Republican Sen. Bill Ketron says that he asked building managers if the new sink was for Muslim foot-washing. “I just asked the question about what was the intent of that,” Ketron said. He claimed he asked after the question was raised by another Republican lawmaker, Judd Matheny. But Matheny denies all knowledge. “I confirmed…that the floor-level sink…is for housekeeping use,” said Legislative Administration Director Connie Ridley in an email.
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