Destination-wide activities and wellness offerings offered throughout October

West Palm Beach, Florida Spatober: Palm Beaches Wellness Month in partnership with Baptist Health South Florida will take place across the destination from October 1-31 with transformative spa and wellness offerings, pop-up events and healthy dining offerings available at venues located in the 39 cities that comprise Palm Beach County. A short drive or train ride from Miami and Fort Lauderdale, The Palm Beaches invites residents and visitors to put down their phones and put on their bathrobes or workout gear to take advantage of a host of special offers in the spas in the area, as well as fitness. targeted activities and events for all. However you define wellness, there’s something for everyone during Spatober at The Palm Beaches.

Kicking off Rejuvenation Month is a Spatober Sound Bath Meditation Event at Forbes Five-Star Eau Palm Beach Spa on Tuesday, October 4 at 8:45 a.m. Guests can enjoy a soothing meditative sound bath led by the Metaphysical Healing Institute of Palm. Beach followed by a healthy brunch. A special Spatober Yoga In The Park class will be held at Sanborn Square in Boca Raton on Saturday, October 8 at 9:00 a.m. with popular yoga instructor Leslie Glickman and is suitable for all levels. And on Friday, October 14 at 10 a.m., a Spatober Family Fitness event will take place at the Schoolhouse Children’s Museum and Learning Center in Boynton Beach with fun fitness activities for kids. All events are free and will include prizes donated by participating partners; prior registration is required on

Those looking to pamper, relax, and enjoy hospitality will find classic and special treatments and offerings at renowned spas in The Palm Beaches. Some of the offers include:

  • Eau Palm Beach will be offering a special Eau Endless Summer package available Monday through Thursday, which includes a 60-minute self-centered massage and 60-minute essence facial for $400.
  • Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa offers a Sun Kissed Glow package that includes a 50-minute essential oil-infused full body cleanse and scrub followed by a 50-minute light massage for $260.
  • The Seagate Hotel & Spa is offering a complimentary 30-minute coconut oil scalp treatment with your choice of 60-minute massage or facial for $160, plus all-day spa access and at the pool.
  • The Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa has several deals, including a stone enhancer massage or an enzyme peel facial, both for $140, and all deals include a day pass .
  • The PGA National Resort has several weekday deals, including a 50-minute orange blossom aromatherapy massage with free foot and leg scrub for $215, or 80 minutes for $265.
  • Spa Palmera in Boca Raton is perfect for spa lovers looking for a wellness journey with a $500 spa credit off a two-night minimum stay for stays October 1-31.

For even more self-care, residents and visitors can move, practice mindful moments, learn from the experts during a women’s health panel, and enjoy healthy food citywide throughout the month. On Saturday, October 1, the Hilton West Palm Beach is partnering with 1Fitness and offering free fitness and wellness classes with activations, pop-ups and giveaways; participants can register at Also in West Palm Beach, The Square will celebrate Spatober with the return of fitness classes such as yoga, HIIT and the running club, a Sunday fresh market, wellness hour, a round table on the lawn focused on women’s health and culinary events such as Taste of the Square at their health-focused elevated restaurants. For those looking for something unique, Be You Disco is hosting a Heart-Opening Party with Cocoa Ceremony, Meditation, Intention and Full Moon Dance on October 9th and everyone is invited to the “Ne be one with nature” at Busch Wildlife Sanctuary. Spatober is also the perfect time to kick off a healthier routine and Fitness Together makes it easy for you with three personal workouts plus a Fit Assessment and Functional Movement Assessment as part of their Spatober offering.

Other unique offers and products from members of the local community can also be found throughout the month. The Spa Dress offers a special discount on its eco-friendly bamboo dress, Lots of Yachts has created a personalized spa day aboard a luxury yacht, Palm Beach Creamed Honey offers a free mini chocolate honey with purchase, Visit Palm Beach is offering $15 off all kayak and paddleboard rentals and excursions, and Manatee Lagoon is offering free yoga classes for adults of all skill levels along the Lake Worth Lagoon all month long.

“If we’ve learned anything over the past two years, it’s the importance of our mental and physical health,” said Jorge Pesquera, CEO of Discover The Palm Beaches. “We encourage residents and visitors to take this time to explore The Palm Beaches, whatever wellness means to you, including rest and relaxation at one of our award-winning spas, outdoor experiences rejuvenating air like paddleboarding around Peanut Island, or prioritizing a healthy meal made from local ingredients. With so many opportunities to practice wellness at The Palm Beaches, October will leave residents and visitors alike feeling more relaxed and centered ahead of the holidays.

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About Discover Palm Beaches
Discover The Palm Beaches is the official accredited 501(c)(6) non-profit tourism marketing organization promoting the collection of 39 cities and towns commonly known as The Palm Beaches, spanning over 2,300 square miles and boasts 47 miles of pristine beaches from Highland Beach and Boca Raton to Jupiter and Tequesta. Charged with increasing visitation and the local tourism economy, the organization works year-round to bring travelers from around the state, country, and world to visit Palm Beach County. The Palm Beaches have a rich history of hospitality as America’s premier resort destination® and tourism is among Palm Beach County’s top industries, generating $7.8 billion in economic impact in 2021 .

The Palm Beaches are home to more than 18,400 hotel rooms and offer more than 100 family attractions, an abundance of award-winning, world-class luxury restaurants, and 125 miles of peaceful waterways for activities on or in the water. , including 160 artificial reefs that border the Gulf Stream current of the Atlantic Ocean. 160 golf courses have earned it the nickname Florida’s Golf Capital®, as well as The Cultural Capital of Florida® due to its thriving entertainment scene of more than 200 arts and cultural organizations. Located along I-95, the Palm Beaches are accessible via Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), which offers over 200 daily nonstop flights across the United States and seasonal lifts to/from Canada . The Palm Beaches are also conveniently located just a short drive from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and Miami International airports.

For more information about The Palm Beaches, visit or on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn and TikTok). Visitors and residents can take advantage of countywide offers through The Palm Beaches Savings Pass. They can also tune into The Palm Beaches TV for 24/7 streaming content from the destination’s hotels, attractions, restaurants and experiences.