From new mums to mums whose kids have grown up and fled the nest, being a parent is a joy. But that doesn’t mean a little extra TLC isn’t needed every now and again to help manage the stress levels of worrying about your offspring.
It’s little secret that the right spa treatment can work wonders for managing stress. They’re also the perfect place to give you time to feel a little more like you again amidst the life changing whirlwind of having kids.
It’s just about knowing the right places to go and the best way to wrap up that spa gift to place it under the tree this Christmas…
Reflexology is a healing process using a specialised massage technique and concentrating on the reflex areas in the feet. They affect particular organs of the body. Reflexology is a relaxing method of stimulating the body’s self healing properties. Couple it with the beauty of Lifehouse in this tranquil and contemporary location and let the healing begin.
Reiki can be an extraordinarily healing experience. At Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre at Hotel Cafe Royal they put their own twist on it as well. Helping to balance energies and manage stress, as well as to address health and wellbeing problems, it is a gentle and restorative practice. All the more enhanced by its location at this spectacularly luxurious spa hotel.
This unique and exquisite treatment at Grayshott Spa works on the nervous system and the connective tissue around the muscles, predominantly the fascia. When it releases it allows the muscles to relax. Afterwards, the body feels looser and it’s as if the brain’s gone to sleep. We don’t realise how much tension we hold in our face, head and neck. It’s great for getting all the tension out of the body and calming the brain.
With a new thermal suite, Ardencote is a longstanding favourite amongst spa goers. Now it has an added wellness factor. Try the aromatherapy steam room for relaxation. Try the Himalayan salt sauna to relax the body. Try the Tyrolean Kilo sauna to release of endorphins. And try the foot spa to ease tensions in long-suffering feet.
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