From spa treatments that immerse you in water, to therapies inspired by the sea, here’s a round-up of experiences to get your H2O glow: With Sugar Beach’s Sulphur Seduction experience, bathe in the black waters of St. Lucia’s natural springs, which flow from the heart of the volcano, and rinse in the 50-foot Toraille Waterfall, where the pressure of the water mimics a massage. Among the treatment’s benefits are increased circulation and metabolism. Floating meditation is also available for those looking to ease muscle and joint pain and assist with sleep-related issues. The new Shou Sugi Ban House in the Hamptons offers zero gravity tubs where guests can enjoy floating sessions that incorporate oils, clays, and dried and fresh plants for holistic results. While at Napa Valley’s Solage, the Aqua Vibrations is an evening meditation where spa-goers are partially submerged in the open-air geothermal mineral pool. For treatments inspired by water, visit The Christopher in St. Barths for the lomilomi massage, which replicate the movements of the waves by combining light stretching, kneading and acupressure; and during the Oceanica Body Retreat at Belmond Cap Juluca in Anguilla, guests will be scrubbed with salt sourced from the ocean.