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Best websites for finding wellness

These sites cover just about everything related to spas, salons, gyms, and yoga.

Wahanda.com hosts “TripAdvisor–style reviews” of 10,000 spas, salons, and gyms around the globe. The site also provides contact information for 2,500 independent therapists. For every review a visitor writes, Wahanda gives $1 to a nonprofit that brings clean water to developing countries.

Spafinder.com helps out “when you’re not sure where to go for a last-minute mani-pedi in London or a blowout in Buenos Aires.” Enter your location to find—and book—a spa slot. The site also features advice, exclusive deals, and the Massage Matrix, which helps determine the best technique to relieve your stress.

Yogafinder.com is for when you’re away from home and “in serious need of a stretch.” The site can locate a yoga class or workshop, whether it’s in a “temple in Mozambique or on a Caribbean cruise ship.”

Source: Travel + Leisure

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