Spa therapies are for the purpose of rest, relaxation and rejuvenation. These nourishing treatments build up the health of the immune and nervous systems and provide us with a fresh start
Typical Spa treatments include:
• Facials :facial cleansing with a variety of products
• Waxing : the removal of body hair with hot wax
• Body Wraps :- wrapping the body in hot linens, plastic sheets and blankets, or mud wraps, often in combination with herbal compounds.
• Skin Exfoliation — including chemical peels and microdermabrasion
• Nail Care such as manicures and pedicures
• Bathing or Soaking in any of the following:
o Hot Spring
Onsen (Japanese Hot Springs)
Thermae (Roman Hot Springs)
o Hot tub
o Mud bath
o Peat pulp bath
o Steam bath
• Nutrition and Weight guidance
• Personal training
• Yoga and Meditation
• Abhyanga (Ayurvedic Massage): herbal oil massage that is designed to bring nourishment to the tissues, deep relaxation to the muscles and calmness to the mind.
• Shirodara: Warm, dosha-specific oils and herbs are beautifully streamed over the forehead, which works specifically on balancing and stabilizing the activity of the mind.
• Swedana (Hot Fomentation): warm oil massage with an exquisite herbal steam treatment that will leave you feeling clear, rejuvenated and deeply moisturized
• Marma Point Massage
• Basti: Shirobasti, Netrabasti, Katibasti
Different types of spas:
• Day Spa. It offers spa treatments exclusively on a day-use basis.
• Destination Spa. Its sole purpose is to help us lead a healthier lifestyle through spa treatments, exercise, and educational programming. A destination spa is a short term residential/lodging facility with the primary purpose of providing individual services for spa-goers to develop healthy habits.
• Resort/Hotel Spa. It is located within a resort or hotel. It offers spa services, fitness classes and spa cuisine alongside less health choices like steaks and burgers. It's a good choice when one person wants spa and the other golf. It also works for business travelers and families.
• Medical Spa. It offers treatments that require a doctor's supervision, such as laser resurfacing and Botox injections. It also offers spa treatments.
• Mineral Springs Spa. It has natural mineral, thermal or seawater that is used in hydrotherapy treatments.
• Club Spa. A day spa located in a fitness facility or health club.
• Cruise Ship Spa. Aboard a cruise ship that provides spa treatments, fitness and wellness components and spa cuisine menu choices.
• Airport Spa. It is located in an airport and specializes in short treatments aimed at the traveler, like 15-minute chair massage and oxygen therapy. Some also offer longer treatments.