FINDLEY LAKE With the opening of Peek'n Peak's new spa, the Findley Lake resort has bumped ''Conference Center'' from its name to promote the many offerings of its newest addition.
From facial and body therapies to massages and waxes, The Spa at Peek'n Peak is a a full-service day spa with both high end and affordable offerings.
''A typical day at the spa depends on the number of services you get,'' said Kelly Sholtis, spa director. ''A lot of people do package deals where you can combine a 50 minute massage with an aroma therapy treatment and then add on other selections from our menu.''
With an average of seven selections in each of its five major categories, the spa's menu is large and diverse in the types and styles of its offerings. For instance, in the way of massages there is a deep tissue massage, a sports massage, a swedish massage, a hot stone massage and more. Similarly, there are different types of facial therapies, body therapies and multiple options for waxing and grooming.
According to the spa's guide, a spa stay is intended to soothe the body and soul. As such, the spa offers a full range of ''feel good'' and ''results oriented'' treatments for the ultimate spa experience.
''The Spa at Peek'n Peak offers several wonderful treatments to follow an afternoon of golf or skiing at the Peak,'' said Chip Day, vice president of brand management. ''It's also a great destination for those who just want to spend the day relaxing in a beautiful, tranquil setting.''
Facial treatments at the spa use the Dermalogica product line. Sparitual Signature Therapies are also offered, which use subtle aromatherapies and all natural, vegan ingredients to ''energize specific Chakras to balance the body.
''Our product lines are very affordable, so it's not so high end that people around here won't be able to afford it,'' Sholtis said. ''As far as the facility goes, it's just amazing here.''
According to Paul Kiebler, owner of Peek'n Peak, the 5,200 square foot spa is only phase one of the resort's plans for a larger spa. If the market shows demand for it, Kiebler said a 12,000 square foot addition may soon be added to The Spa at the Peak.
''We're just excited about the spa,'' Kiebler said. ''I think it turned out really nice and the feedback that we've gotten from the public and everyone else has been really positive. We're excited to have it here and to have the support from the county and everyone in the county.''
The Spa at Peek'n Peak is located at The Inn at the Peak and is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, the spa is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Gift certificates are available and the spa does accomodate both large and small groups as well as parties and private events.
In an effort to increase visitorship to the resort during the summer, Peek'n Peak will be offering weekend events for most every weekend during the coming months. From an Iron Chef event to a classic car show and first ever poker tournament, Peek'n Peak officials said they are excited about the various types of programming they plan to offer this summer.
The Peek'n Peak Resort and Spa is located at 1405 Olde Road in Findley Lake and can be reached by calling 355-4141. For more information and to see, visit Pknpk.com.