The soothing therapies help to relax muscles and allow the body to absorb more oxygen. We have a host of services in our Menu to relax and rejuvenate you.
The soothing therapies help to relax muscles and allow the body to absorb more oxygen. We have a host of services in our Menu to relax and rejuvenate you….
- Swedish body work
- Aroma body work
- Balinese boreh ritual
- Deep tissue therapy
- Hot stone therapy
- Rekindle Your Essence: Foot Reflexology is the act of applying pressure in order to bring about a positive physical change in the body. An ancient practice, it helps to release the toxins from the organs and rejuvenates tired cells and tissues. It also balances the auric field.
- Pado Abhyangam: A foot and leg massage, in the Ayurveda style
- Pado Udvarta Abhyangam: An authentic recipe to exfoliate and cleanse, followed by a foot and leg massage
REFRESH YOUR BODY:
- Scrubs: Exfoliation is an essential prerequisite for a thorough spa experience. A body scrub gently open the pores and wakens the skin before a wrap or a massage. An abrasive ingredient is rubbed across and into the skin sloughing flaky and dead cells, removing unwanted tan and dirt to reveal a clean, supple and smooth younger layer. It can be really invigorating, improving the circulation of blood and lymph, helping to fight cellulite while improving skin tone.
- Wraps: Wraps improve the texture and appearance of the skin by helping the body to get rid of excess fluids. A body wrap moves into skin pores till it reaches the toxins and either flushes them out or brings them to the surface where they are washed away. It may even gift you with inch loss.
Scrubs and Wraps
RECOVER YOUR COMPOSURE:
- Mukh Punar Nava
- Mastak Sparsh
- RESTORE YOUR GLOW : Just like the body, the face too needs nourishment to look, feel and remain healthy and fresh. An exceptionally pleasurable experience that de-stresses the face, rejuvenates the skin and brings about a balanced, healthy glow.
THE SCIENCE OF AYURVEDA
Ayurveda Therapies offered at our spa:
- Arda Abhyangam
- Siro Abhyangam