Going on a spa break is often seen as a luxury, and of course it can be just that. However, it can also be an essential part of wellbeing. It can be a time for indulgence, for peace and quiet, to address a skincare issue you have been putting off for a long time, a semi-regular way of resetting in a busy working world, and it can also be a really restorative time of healing. The impact that a massage can have on a body that has been through the rigours of surgery, cancer treatment or simply the stresses and strains of everyday life - looking after kids, sitting at a desk and worrying about the world around us - can be phenomenally healing. For those who have never been on a spa day or break before, it can be intimidating, exciting, or you might not really be sure what all the fuss is about. For many first time spa goers, there are a lot of questions, from what to wear to what you actually do all day, so here’s our guide to help you feel confident, relaxed and get the most out of your first spa break.
There’s not a lot you need to take with you on a spa day, but a few essentials will help you to make the most of it, feel comfortable and ultimately be relaxed.Read our guide
We are often asked what to take with you when you go on a spa break. This can be a big source of anxiety, especially for first timersRead Our Guide
There’s not a lot you need to do in advance of a spa break, but there are a few things that will help you to make the most of your day or break when you get there. Above all else, it’s about relaxing.Read Our Guide
The big thing about going to a spa is to do what makes you feel comfortable. So if you want to wear make-up to go there, then feel free, but you absolutely don’t need to. Spas are all about helping you to relax and unwind.Read Our Guide
The thing about a spa day is that in its broadest sense, it can include just about anything that you want. From cocktail making classes to surf lessons, gin tasting to tribute nights, the variety of spa packages available is vast and abundantRead Our Guide