Conception Vacations

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What better excuse to take a vacation than baby making? Some of the nicest hotels are targeting busy and successful couples, willing to spend some extra money, for a weekend getaway planned around ovulation. Intended to help couples relax and get in the mood, conception vacations are making it possible to get pregnant in style. What do these packages offer? Sensual couples massages, aromatherapy, peace and quiet, fertility enhancing meals, expert sex advice and aphrodisiacs like oysters.

The first “procreation” vacation was conceived of at the Westin Hotel in St. John’s, where hoteliers feed guests sea moss (the island’s version of viagra) and unlimited pumpkin soup (rich in Vitamin C and Beta-Carotene). The trend has spread to ski hills and cruises alike including the following hot spots for baby making:

  • The Westin, Grand Bahamas Island
  • Westin St. John on St. John
  • Beachmere Inn, Ogunquit Maine
  • Teton Mountain Lodge, Colorado
  • Miraval Resort, Tucson, Arizona

Does it work?  Studies have shown a link between stress and infertility.  Getting out of our daily grind can give us chance to slow down and find a new way of being.  Dr. Randine Lewis, fertility expert and author of the Infertility Cure, holds fertility retreats at spas to teach men and women to re-balance their bodies and support conception.  She has had uncommon success in re-establishing fertility in couples previously told they could not conceive.  So, if it speaks to you give yourself the gift of peace and relaxation and take a vacation to conceive.

2 Comments to “Conception Vacations”

  1. hanieh says:

    i want buy a fertilty vacation gift certificate for my sister . please advice

  2. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    Hi, the best choice coming up in December is a fertility retreat with Dr. Lewis in Austin: http://thefertilesoul.com/shop/retreat. She will also have new dates coming up in 2013, but you could simply buy a gift certificate.

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