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  • Kapalua Spa

    The spa's nondescript entrance opens onto an airy, modern beach house with a panoramic view of Kapalua Bay. With amenities including a gym, an infinity pool, and outdoor hydrotherapy circuits, you can easily spend a day meandering about the spa's three floors without feeling cooped up. The menu includes some ancient Hawaiian healing practices. The lomi wrap, designed by Big Island resident and healer Darrell Lapulapu, begins with a special cava tea for instant relaxation, is followed by a body wrap of cacao and kukui oil, and finishes with lomilomi (a traditional Hawaiian massage involving strokes down the length of the body). Men can enjoy a therapeutic beer bath, or a hot shave at the newly opened barber shop. The cafe and juice bar serve health potions that combine pure fruits and juiced veggies with natural additives like yogurt. Lunch can be served poolside or in the waiting areas. www.kapalua.com.

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  • Heavenly Spa by Westin at the Westin Maui

    Pamper yourself with the exquisite 80-minute Island Indulgence treatment that combines a body scrub and a warm coconut milk bath in a hydrotherapy tub. Other options include cabana massage (for couples, too) and sunburn relief with a lavender-aloe blend. Facials use high-end lines like Priori and Eminence, while body treatments feature eco-friendly Pure Fiji products. The facility is serene and flawless. While you wait for your treatment, sip on citrusy tropical juice in the posh, ocean-view waiting room. www.westinmaui.com.

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  • Hanalei Day Spa

    As you travel beyond tony Princeville, life slows down. The single-lane bridges may be one reason. Another is the Hanalei Day Spa, an open-air, thatched-roof, Hawaiian-style hut nestled just off the beach on the grounds of Hanalei Colony Resort in Haena. Though this no-frills day spa offers facials, waxing, wraps, scrubs, and the like, its specialty is massage: Ayurveda, Zen Shiatsu, Swedish, and even a baby massage (and lesson for Mom, to boot). Owner Darci Frankel teaches yoga, a discipline she started as a young child. That practice led her to start the Ayurveda Center of Hawaii, which operates out of the spa and offers an ancient Indian cleansing and rejuvenation program known as Pancha Karma. Think multiday wellness retreat. www.hanaleidayspa.com.

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  • Halelea Spa

    This superb spa at The St. Regis Princeville Resort is indeed a House of Joy, as its Hawaiian name translates. Opened in 2009, the 11,000-square-foot Halelea Spa transports users to a place of tranquillity. The spa's 12 luxurious treatment rooms afford a subdued indoor setting outmatched only by the professional service. Take advantage of the dedicated couples' room and enjoy a taro butter pohaku hot stone massage. Follow that with a few hours sipping tea in the relaxation lounge, sweating in the sauna, and rinsing in an overhead rain shower. There is a qualified wellness consultant, and spa programs are inspired by Native Hawaiian healing rituals. You can find health, beauty, and inner peace at this spa, but expect to pay for it. www.stregisprinceville.com.

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  • Angeline's Muolaulani Wellness Center

    It doesn't get more authentic than this. In the mid-1980s Aunty Angeline Locey opened her Anahola home to offer traditional Hawaiian healing practices. Now, her son and granddaughter carry on the tradition. At Angeline's Muolaulani Wellness Center, there's a two-hour treatment ($150) that starts with a steam, followed by a sea-salt-and-clay body scrub and a two-person massage. The real treat, however, is relaxing on Aunty's open-air garden deck. Hot-stone lomi is also available. Aunty's mission is to promote a healthy body image; as such, au naturel is an option here, but if you're nudity-shy, you can stick to the more traditional approach. On second thought, Aunty would say consider it, as muolaulani translates to "a place for young buds to bloom." Detailed directions are given when you book a treatment. www.angelineslomikauai.com.

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