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Discover the Welnamis bed at Lion Quays

Discover the Welnamis bed at Lion Quays

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13 July 2022
At  Lion Quays in Shropshire, they have introduced technology to the spa experience with their new Welnamis bed, a computer-controlled acoustic and vibrational therapy that trains the brain to relax and benefit from deep relaxation techniques.
Why it works: The Ultimate Aromatherapy Experience Massage at Bryn Tanat Wellness Spa

Why it works: The Ultimate Aromatherapy Experience Massage at Bryn Tanat Wellness Spa

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08 July 2022
In the tranquil surroundings of Bryn Tanat Wellness Spa, guests enjoy private use of the spa facilities as part of their spa day, while the rest of the time is absorbed in Aromatherapy Associates spa treatments. Their hero therapy is the Ultimate Aromatherapy Experience Massage, 60 minutes of bliss tailored to individual needs. Here, they explain what it is, what it involves and why it works.
A spa morning at Guildford Harbour Hotel & Spa

A spa morning at Guildford Harbour Hotel & Spa

While a full spa day (or several days) is a thing of beauty, being short on time doesn't mean going without a little rest and relaxation. Opting for a morning, afternoon or evening spa experience is a wonderful way to supercharge your time off. Here, Harry from the Spabreaks.com team talks about a spa morning at Guildford Harbour Hotel & Spa.
How I benefitted from massage for cancer patients

How I benefitted from massage for cancer patients

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20 February 2017
When Virgil Anderson was diagnosed with mesothelioma, a cancer caused by exposure to asbestos, he found great support from the Patient Advocates at Mesothelioma.net, who, amongst other things, introduced him to the nurturing properties of massage for cancer patients. Virgil’s exposure to asbestos came from working in demolition and excavating since high school. When he […]
Why it works … Recovery Treatment

Why it works … Recovery Treatment

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15 October 2013
Part of a movement that’s changing the way spas provide treatments for anyone affected by cancer, Lifehouse Spa and Hotel explain what their Recovery Treatment, available on their Recovery Retreats spa break, is all about …  What exactly is the Recovery Treatment? It is a personalised spa treatment to suit our guests with cancer or […]
Why it works: Three Stones Ritual spa treatment

Why it works: Three Stones Ritual spa treatment

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17 November 2021
The 90-minute Three Stones Ritual at Heavenly Spa at The Westin London City is a head-to-toe spa treatment. Here they explain what it is and why it works.
Seaham Hall introduces Cancer Touch spa treatments

Seaham Hall introduces Cancer Touch spa treatments

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17 August 2017
Joining Spabreaks.com’s Recovery Retreats with cancer touch spa treatments for anyone with or recovering from cancer, is luxury spa hotel Seaham Hall in County Durham.
The woman changing spa treatments for cancer patients

The woman changing spa treatments for cancer patients

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04 May 2017
Meet the woman who’s changing the spa experience and spa skincare for cancer patients…
Under the skin: what are the benefits of a glycolic peel?

Under the skin: what are the benefits of a glycolic peel?

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10 June 2022
Here Spa Manager, Jaydee Walmsley, from Lincombe Spa at Lincombe Hall Hotel in Devon, explains what a glycolic peel is, its benefits, and which products and spa treatments she recommends that harness its powers.
Why it works: Champagne and Truffles Facial

Why it works: Champagne and Truffles Facial

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09 June 2022
What could be more joyful than a spa treatment called the Champagne and Truffles Facial? At the adult-only Lincombe Spa at Lincombe Hall Hotel in Devon, they work with skincare brand Temple Spa to deliver a collection of beautiful and luxurious spa treatments, including this beautiful facial. Here, Spa Manager Jaydee Walmsley explains what it is and what makes it so special.