Dance that combines rhythm and blues, jazz, and rock accompanied by Latin American music. It’s a great aerobic workout and also just really good fun.
A body treatment using coarse salt and fragrant essential oils to exfoliate the skin and stimulate circulation.
A heated room designed to promote sweating and boost circulation, relax muscles, and release toxins. Often followed by a shower or a dip in a pool to cool off. You know the drill.
A body treatment using seawater and seaweed that contains nutrients including minerals, rare trace elements, vitamins, and proteins. It’s said to detoxify, increase circulation, and improve appearance of cellulite.
Japanese massage technique in which the therapist applies pressure to specific points on the body to simulate and unblock meridians (pathways through which energy is said to flow). Similar to acupressure, but involves active and passive exercises and stretching, and the therapist diagnoses the patient as the treatment is in progress.
You will definitely find this a strange. Ayurvedic treatment lasting 7 to l0 minutes during which a stream of oil is poured in the center of your forehead (on your “third eye”) in order to help you focus, concentrate, and relax your mind and body.
The International Spa Association (ISPA) defines the word spa as “devoted to enhancing overall well-being through a variety of professional services that encourage the renewal of mind, body and spirit.”
A seamless treatment that takes you through the whole spa experience from consultation to treatments and all the bits in between, bringing a sense of continuity to it all.
Indoor cycling on stationary bikes that allow riders to adjust resistance to make pedaling easier or harder. Class instructors guide students through a virtual hilly course and cue students about adjusting resistance.
Hot and humid room, excellent for detox.
Ancient depilation process that involves applying a sugar-containing sticky paste to the skin, then pressing on a cloth or paper strip and quickly removing it to remove unwanted hair.
European massage technique manipulating muscles with the use of massage oils and five different movements: long strokes, kneading, tapping, friction, and vibration. Used to soothe tense muscles, increase circulation and flexibility, and de-stress.
Treatment that involves powerful shower jets directed at the body from various heights and at different temperatures to simulate an invigorating massage.
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