A traditional Arabic ritual for cleansing the skin and body, a rasul is a self administered treatment that sees your body coated in mineral rich Moroccan mud that exfoliates and draws out impurities. You put on the mud, sit in a steam room for a while, and then enjoy a warm shower.
Based on ancient techniques, reflexology came to the West in 1913 and uses pressure-point massage, usually on the feet but also on the hands and ears, to restore the flow of energy throughout the body. The belief is that areas of the feet correlate with areas of the body and can help soothe symptoms of conditions including back pain, migraines, arthritis, sleep disorders, injuries, and stress.
A Japanese healing technique where practitioners lay hands on areas of the body to channel energy and promote deep relaxation, stress reduction, and well-being.
A spa offering a holiday style experience including activities such as golf, tennis, horseback riding, skiing, water sports, and children’s programs.
A series of hot, cold and warm rooms inspired by Roman practices where you communally bathe and socialise. These include caldariums, frigidariums, laconiums, and tepidariums.
A common skin concern where cheeks, nose and chin are characteristically red because of small visible blood vessels on the face, bumps, or pimples, and water or irritated eyes that usually affects people over 30.
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