It would probably take less time to explain what the SHA Wellness Clinic doesn’t provide in terms of facilities than what is actually available – it is a wellbeing Mecca. While the whole SHA resort is dedicated to the cause, the clinic itself covers an expansive 2000 square metres divided into extensive hydrotherapy areas (featuring a sauna, Roman & Turkish baths, hydrotherapy pools, foot baths, bithermal showers, cold plunge pool, ice fountain and therapeutic water jets), 41 treatment rooms as well as a couples’ suite, medical and consultation rooms, and relaxation areas. Tai chi, yoga, and Pilates are a regular part of the daily schedule, and there is a fitness area with personal trainers on hand who also lead Nordic walking and other activities that make use of the location.
SHA Rituals, natural therapies including Reiki and an oxygen bar, traditional Chinese medicine, and other specialised treatments are all available alongside massages, facials, baths, and wraps, much of which will be recommended according to the package that you are on. The spa draws inspiration from India, Japan, and other Eastern wellbeing legacies, and combines them with the latest advances in modern medicine to deliver the best experience and results. Treatments are also available outdoors when the weather is right, and after you have finished your program at SHA, you will receive ongoing support for the weeks when you return home to continue the benefits.