$1,746 to get raw in Quebec

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Posted January 18, 2013 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

Travel Deal for January 18, 2013

vicky vacay deal of the dayThe  has a deal from Spa Eastman Health & Wellness Retreat that will leave you feeling raw — and healthier than ever!

A pioneer in destination spa vacations since 1977, Spa Eastman offers a complete menu of spa treatments combined with a comprehensive program of relaxation techniques, fitness and nutrition — all geared to do wonders for both body and soul.

This spa offers a Raw Food Cures and Vacations program. This seasonal, innovative and bold cure showcases the principles of a raw food diet, which is a menu that consists of fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, sprouts, greens, legumes, algaes, green juices and wheat grass juice.

This cure helps eliminate fatigue, regain your vitality, and ultimately regain control of your overall health. In addition, the cure helps you to safely and naturally lose weight if this is what your body needs. This opportunity is valid from January 25, 2013 to March 1, 2013. All workshops are in French only.

2013 raw cure dates at Spa Eastman:

  • January 25 to February 1
  • March 1 to 8
  • July 7 to 14
  • September 27 to October 4th

This package includes:

  • Lodging seven nights and three raw food meals per day
  • Two consultations with our naturopath and a daily group consultation on raw food
  • Access to physical activities, lectures and workshops
  • Unlimited access to the pools, hammam, outdoor hot tubs, Finnish sauna, Infrared sauna, Kneipp circuits
  • Access to the gym and 15 km of forest trails
  • All inclusive packages with treatments available($)

Vacay.ca Recommends Montreal for Food Lovers

The Raw Food Cures vacation package from Spa Eastman Health & Wellness Retreat is a great way to focus on your health in a fun and relaxing way. But when you’re ready to move away from raw foods, make the 109-kilometre trip from Eastman to Montreal and enjoy some of the best dining in the world.

Vacay.ca Food Columnist Janine MacLean wrote an article called “Le Comptoir is a cut above in Montreal.”

MacLean: “Looking around the room inside Le Comptoir I see a lot of perfection. Clean lines, modern but rustic and warm wood furnishings create a stylish and welcoming atmosphere. Having worked in an open kitchen I am always intrigued to see how it looks from the diner’s perspective and this kitchen is even more transparent than most. There are no heating lamp shelves hiding the cooks’ faces. In fact, I’ve never seen a kitchen with so little storage space. I haven’t even started the interview with LePage and he’s already taught me a lesson in kitchen minimalism.”

In another article called “Eat your way around Montreal for cheap,” MacLean mentioned other great spots in the city that food enthusiasts will love.

Maclean: “… Some of Canada’s best and most innovative chefs thrive in this city, where every day folks are well versed in all things gastronomic. But Montreal can also be foodie heaven for the everyday visitor travelling on a shoestring, with some of Canada’s best artisan bakers, chocolatiers and diners.”

To Book with Spa Eastman Health & Wellness Retreat: Click here, or call 1-800-665-5272.


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