You may soon be able to have a relaxing day at Whole Foods. Not the Whole Foods grocery store where the prices can sometimes make you feel like you’re in cardiac arrest, but a Whole Foods upscale health resort where you can go for spa treatments and receive a healthy lifestyle education.

Whole Foods is looking to create its first resort in Austin, Texas, where the company’s headquarters is located. Whole Foods co-founder John Mackey talked exclusively about the resort to USA Today and said the project is about three years away.

The company already has an in-house healthy lifestyle education program that Mackey says has improved the lives of hundreds of the Whole Foods’ employees. The health resort would start from the in-house program and would open up to anyone — or anyone who can afford a resort with Whole Foods in its name.

If you’re a Whole Foods shopper, will you be keeping an eye out for the opening of the Whole Foods resort to get in on their healthy lifestyle education?

Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.

Whole Foods getting into the resort business
Healthy lifestyle education will be the focus of the company's first luxury resort in Texas.