Does pretty much what it says on this tin this one; it’s a body treatment designed to make you feel just that little bit better next time you try on your LBD. Helping to reduce bloating, improve skin tone and generally reduce inches, body sculpting works with the body and varies according to product house, spa and therapist… the sort of thing that works best as a series of treatments before a big event – oh well, if we must!
A full body treatment, often incorporating massage, that sees you wrapped and left to meditate in warm, product-covered bliss while it works its magic. Calm, relaxing, and guaranteed to make your skin feel its best by the end of the treatment.
Full body treatments designed to relax and rebalance the whole body. Of course each one is just that little bit different depending on the spa and product house, but you can guarantee you’re going to feel fab by the end!
A spa treatment designed for head-to-toe pampering – they’re the best kind for total relaxation – the question is are you more of a body wrap or full body massage kinda person?
The next step in facials, Biotec using s fusion of touch and technology. From one machine comes five technologies and seven facials designed to improve skin function and re-balance microflora, it also reboots cellular performance enhancing its ability to repair and rejuvenate.
With Chinese, Indonesian and Japanese influences, bamboo massage aims to deliver stress relief, strengthen muscles, support lymph drainage and improve circulation by using bamboo canes to massage muscles on a deep level as well as stretch them and target reflexology points.
Massage with Balinese influences (you probably could have guessed that), a Balinese massage is designed for relaxation rather than muscle tension. It’s a full body treatment that sweeps and stretches, improving blood flow and possibly using hot stones to add to the relaxation process.
A one-stop-shop with expert help to get in shape and feel your best. Exercise, nutrition and support from experts and fellow bootcamp experts, this is all about getting in shape. There are however bootcamp spa treatments as well, which basically do all the hard work for you… sort of.
Like a personal steam room, the Body Conclusio is shaped like an egg, and clients sit in it covered by a sheet, with their head clear for up to 25-minutes. Created in Austria by Paul Haslauer, it can be used as a pre treatment, or a treatment in its own right, and is ideal for releasing tension and clearing the skin, with the first of its kind in the UK at Mottram Hall.
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