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Spa News 2007

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December 2007

Happy Renew Year
January Spa Specials to Chase Away the Winter Blues

A massage at Linden Spa

It’s not rare to feel like you need a vacation from your holiday vacation. Luckily, Linden Spa at The Inn at Perry Cabin is offering a group of specials that can help you shake off holiday stress and get 2008 off to a fresh start. Guests booking a Sunday-to-Friday-night stay at this historic waterfront resort near Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay can take advantage of a $50-per-night credit at the spa through the month of January. The spa’s day guests can also enjoy luxurious treatment specials, such as the new 80-minute, $185 Herbal Remedy Massage, which utilizes a soothing herbal poultice and a kneading massage technique that was once the boon of returning warriors—a title which modern holiday season-survivors surely likewise deserve. For a more thorough cleanse, there’s the Winter Warmth Package, a four-hour profusion of pampering, starting with an exfoliating Gingerbread Spice Body Dessert treatment and continuing with a Holiday Hydrating Facial and a Mistle-Toes and Tips Manicure and Pedicure ($475). Meanwhile, those looking for a real withdrawal from the daily grind—and a way to give those New Year’s resolutions a fighting chance—can book the four-day Yin-Yang Yoga Retreat. From January 3-6, 2008, guests can enjoy twice daily yoga sessions, daily seminars, a Yin-Yang spa treatment and a cooking demonstration, along with complimentary breakfasts and lunches, starting at $965.

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Going for the Gold
Turn Over a New Leaf With This Lavish New Treatment

The Luxe 24 Karat Gold Facial

It may look like an outtake from a James Bond movie, but it’s actually the latest in revitalizing skin therapy. Recently launched by The Spa at Charleston Place in South Carolina, the Luxe 24 Karat Gold Facial is an extravagant treatment that combines the legendary healing properties of gold with innovative Japanese technology. The $350, 80-minute procedure starts with a vegetable peel and facial massage, after which the face is coated with soybean-derived Gamma PGA using an Ultrasonic Nano Mister, leaving it well-hydrated and elastic. This is followed by a gentle application of gold leaf, which, in the tradition of Cleopatra and the Chinese royals of the Ch’ing Dynasty, is thought to diminish the appearance of wrinkles and make skin feel firmer, lighter and brighter. Traces of the gold then remain in the skin for up to 28 days, working to eradicate free radicals within the skin cells and improving energy levels and overall health. Midas can’t touch this.

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November 2007

Time Is on Your Side
See This Red Door and You'll Want to Relax

Red Door Spas

With the exception of tax time, few seasons are more stressful than the winter holidays. From Thanksgiving to New Year’s, one’s occupation is rarely relaxation, and sadly, it’s in these busy months that you probably needs a little lie-down the most. Elizabeth Arden’s Red Door Spas to the rescue! Their Signature Express Service, available at locations across the country, offers much-needed pampering with packages that won’t break your tightly-rigged schedule—or your wallet. In just 25 minutes, Red Door’s staff can refresh your complexion with an Express Facial ($70-$75 depending on location), soothe sore muscles with an Express Massage ($70-$75) or give your feet a treat with an Express Pedicure ($37-$42). Like stepping inside a magic wardrobe, a journey through the Red Door can transport you to a whole new world of relaxation and comfort—and have you back in the holiday bustle almost as soon as you left.

For a full list of locations, services and prices, visit

Beauty-Full Day
The Beauty Sample Sale Hits New York City

The Beauty Sample Sale

Beauty can be in the hand of the holder thanks to and Shape magazine, who have teamed up to present The Beauty Sample Sale, which will be arriving in New York City November 28. Besides offering discount prices on top brands like Revlon, Jane Iredale, Clarisonic, Kiss, Xtreme Lashes, Lucy and Conair, the Sample Sale is giving attendees opportunities to start prettifying right away with free beauty treatments and celebrity beauty tips. Goodie bags, appetizers and a complimentary martini bar will also be on-hand for sampling. Bringing a beauty buddy is encouraged: VIP tickets are $25, but if you purchase yours before November 15, you can take along a friend for free. Once it’s finished adding shine to the Big Apple, The Beauty Sample Sale will be spreading sparkle in other cities as well; look for it in Atlanta in January, Orlando in February and Los Angeles in March.

October 2007

Thanksgiving Dinner, Spa Style
Have All Those Extra Calories on Your Body, Not in It

The Pumpkin Body Peel at The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay

Ever wonder why it’s called a spa menu?  Increasingly, spa treatments resemble dining choices—lots of fruits and veggie dishes and certainly dessert. Some sound good enough to eat. What follows is the perfect recipe for a Thanksgiving dinner-inspired spa treatment feast.

Spice De-Stress Package with Cranberry-Ginger Sugar Scrub, $225 at The Beach Plum Spa at The Dan'l Webster Inn in Sandwich, MA
Berry Thankful Cranberry Body Buff, $120 at The Spa at New York-New York in Las Vegas, NV

Yam & Pumpkin Enzyme Peel, $50 at Mozaik Skin & Body in Scottsdale, AZ
Yam & Pumpkin Enzyme Body Fix, $150 at Revive Spa in New Buffalo, MI

Pumpkin Sugar Scrub, $85 at The Spa at Chelsea Piers in New York, NY
Pumpkin Body Peel, $125 at The Ritz-Carlton, Half Moon Bay in Half Moon Bay, CA

Champagne Facial, $99 at The Wellness Spa in Edmond, OK
Red Wine Infusion Wrap, $55 at A Time to Spa in Olmsted Falls, OH

Baked Apple Pie Wrap, $80 at The Spa at Eagle Rock Resort in Hazleton, PA
• Apple Pie Pedicure, $70 at Sparra Day Spa at ‘Tween Waters Inn in Captiva Island, FL

And though treatments featuring the traditional holiday main course aren’t on the menu, you can always check out our list of The Best Spas in Turkey!

Hair-Raising History
Time For a Masquerade

The Halloween Hair Masquerade

If you think it takes you forever to style your hair, just imagine what it took for ladies of the court to make it on time to one of Louis XVI’s fêtes. All that teasing, powdering and coiffing…it’s enough to make you lose your head (poor Marie). Thank goodness for the straight iron! Taking a step back in time, Reed Johnson Salon & Spa in Tulsa, OK, is presenting their first ever event on October 20, the Halloween Hair Masquerade, featuring an 18th century-inspired hair and fashion show. Snack on hors d’oeuvres and sip drinks from the cash bar while feasting your eyes on the elaborate costumes and hair styles. Tickets are $25 with advance purchase or $35 at the door, and all proceeds benefit the Amber Rogers Foundation, a non-profit organization helping victims of violent crimes in partnership with the Tulsa Victims/Witness Center.  Show your creativity in the evening’s costume contest for a chance to win fabulous Aveda prizes. 

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Stop in the Name of Loveliness
Glam Gals Glam Gals, Whatcha Gonna Do?

Benefit's Beauty Patrol

Beware, Macy’s shoppers. Throughout the month of October, you can run, but you can’t hide (especially not behind those skinny mannequins). In Macy’s department stores all over the country, Benefit’s Beauty Patrol is on the beat, issuing “beauty citations” to women they think are “in violation” of looking their best. But unlike other law enforcement agencies, the Beauty Patrol believes in fighting crime with kindness—even rewarding it. In fact, rather than landing you with a nasty fine, these citations will instead leave you looking mighty fine, as they entitle the bearer to some time in the chair—the Beauty Artists’ chair, that is, where Benefit’s instant beauty solutions will send you back out into the general population looking more gorgeous than ever. For more information, visit, or check your local Benefit counter for a full list of locations and dates.

September 2007

Pink Pride
Spa Specials Promote Breast Cancer Awareness

PrettyCity's Pretty in Pink campaign

October usually brings to mind the colors orange and black, but Halloween is only one night, whereas all 31 days are part of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And no trick: you can help support this important cause by treating yourself. PrettyCity is promoting breast cancer awareness by sponsoring Pretty in Pink, bringing together spas from Arizona to New York, all of whom have made donations to the cause and are offering a selection of spa treatments for only $31 for the month of October. At multiple NuU Medspa locations in Arizona and Illinois, for example, you can get a laser hair removal treatment for the upper lip, normally $180, for nearly a sixth of that cost. Lalique Wellness & Day Spa in Los Angeles, meanwhile, is offering La Petite Facial (normally $45), while Maximus Spa and Salon in Merrick, NY, is presenting the Profound Treatment (normally $65), a customized scalp and hair conditioning therapy. And if the Pretty in Pink program does indeed move you to think about breast cancer for all 31 days or each of those 31 dollars, you can further show your support by donating money—be it $31 or more—to PrettyCity’s partner, the Y-ME Breast Cancer Organization, which is dedicated to helping make sure no one faces breast cancer alone. Last year, the money raised just from participating spa donations was over $13,000. So schedule your appointments now, and discover how a day of divine relaxation can make a difference.

For more information, and a full list of spas and treatments, visit

Green with Pride
Jala Spa Turns Back Massages into a Chance to Give Back

Jala Spa at Hyatt Key West Resort & Marina

The threat of global warming and other environmental disasters can make it hard to truly relax nowadays, an issue the creators of the Jala Spa at Hyatt Key West Resort & Marina in Key West, Florida, have incorporated into their new eco-friendly wellness center. Jala—named after a Sanskrit word for “water”—is a spa experience that’s truly built around the natural surroundings of the Florida Keys. Not only are the treatments inspired by environmental elements such as the ocean waves, everglades, reefs, beaches or the Florida heat, but for every Signature Jalaja or Jala Booster treatment performed, the spa will donate money to Reef Relief, an organization devoted to protecting coral reefs. The Signature Jalaja’s invigorating, full-body Blue Mojito scrub, followed by a Refresh facial—which utilizes pure orange sap water and sesame extract to hydrate and replenish the skin—will thus make you feel divine in spirit as well as in body. Thanks to Jala Spa, it’s now possible to lie back, relax and do something that’s good for yourself and for the world. You might even run into Al Gore in the steam room.

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August 2007

Showers in the Desert
Spa Desert Springs Provides Sanctuary From the Sand

Spa Desert Springs

No, it’s not a mirage: Desert Springs JW Marriott has opened Spa Desert Springs, bringing a touch of Hollywood glamour and luxury to Palm Desert, California. The 38,000-square-foot facility contains a “spa within a spa,” a private suite that benignant bridesmaids or beneficent bosses can book for bachelorette parties or business functions, as well as a VIP room, where elite guests can enjoy the services of a personal butler. There’s plenty for the average person, too. From the moment visitors step inside this spa’s split-face limestone and Brazilian Ipe wood walls, there are pleasures to be enjoyed, both visual and sensual: a ten-foot waterfall in the lobby as well as Desert Rain Showers, whose five digitally programmable heads make it possible to create a shower experience as fully choreographed as the most lavish Hollywood musical. Going beyond solo pleasure, Spa Desert Springs also embraces the “spa together” concept, including two-person whirlpool tubs and a coed lounge to help couples find harmony. (Too bad it’s too late for Reese and Ryan.) With hydrating treatments—like a California Sun-Kissed wrap utilizing cactus flower extract—as well as the facility’s yoga studio, heated outdoor lap pool and Turkish steam rooms, Spa Desert Springs is a true oasis. For more information visit

Relaxation for High Rollers
"The Royale Relief" Massage at St. Maarten's Resort

Treatment at Maho's Good Life Spa

A day at the Blackjack table can take its toll on avid gamers. To soothe aches and pains caused by hours of casino fun, St. Maarten’s Sonesta Maho Beach Resort & Casino offers gamblers the “Royale Relief Massage” to relax guests and leave them ready for another round. Therapists at Maho’s Good Life Spa focus on neck, hand and arm areas that become tense after long hours of repetitive movements at the slot machines or tables. Priced at $49.50 for 25 minutes, the massage is something no casino goer could pass up. And with 300 slot machines, two Craps tables, four Roulette tables, Blackjack and seven Poker stations to go through, this massage is definitely a winner. For more information visit

July 2007

Relaxing at the Dentist's Office
Bella Faccia Dental Spa in Poway, California

Bella Faccia Dental Spa in Poway, California

No one will ever have to pull your teeth to get you into the dentist’s office again. Dr. Whang has found a way to let patients unwind before or after getting necessary dental procedures. A full menu of spa services, ranging from the cosmetic (collagen and Sea C Spa treatment) to the stress-relieving (Asian Centric or Swedish Massage) is available at Bella Faccia Dental Spa for individuals wanting to extend their time in this Zen-inspired space found in Poway, California. Complementary spa amenities are offered to all patients, including a hand paraffin wax treatment, aroma therapy oils, eye pillows and scented hand and face towels. Perhaps now it won’t be so bad next time you need a filling. For more information visit

A High-Touch Experience
Prada Beauty and The Ritz-Carlton Company Join Forces

Prada treatment at the The Ritz-Carlton Spa

Prada Beauty, known for its advanced skin care, and The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company have collaborated to create a luxurious spa experience for guests. “High-touch techniques,” a body-balancing specialty of Prada Beauty, will be utilized to offer spa enthusiasts intimate, long-lasting facials. Each treatment follows an individualized rhythmic flow that incorporates breathing exercises, light stretching, massage and draining techniques such as shiatsu to stimulate various healing systems throughout the body and promote faster rejuvenation and healing both before and after the facial. The tension-relieving “high-touch” calms the body and allows the facial tissue to become extremely receptive to the products, so individuals get the most out of their procedure. Guests can choose from a host of different treatments, such as Reviving Visage or Radiance Visage, and receive a week-long supply of the skin care products used during their procedure. These facials will be available at twelve of The Ritz-Carlton spas in North America, starting with New York in June 2007. For more information, visit

June 2007

Double the Stress Relief
4-Hands Massage at Sivara Spa

4-Hands Massage at Sivara Spa

The Sivara Spa, found in Amari Hotels throughout Thailand, will start offering its guests the “four-handed pleasure” come July. This treatment tweaks the traditional use of one masseuse per customer and instead gives spa-goers double the attention with two specialists. The skilled therapists synchronize their massage to provide steady and calming motions that reduce stress and promote balance in the body. The treatment, which is available for roughly $103, can be booked at various Amari locations that include Bangkok, Samui and Phuket. Traditional Thai, Indonesian and deep-tissue massages are also available. F.

Your Cares Will Melt Away

Ice Cream at The Spa at the Beverly Wilshire

A poolside cabana at The Spa at the Beverly Wilshire

Remember the sweet summer days of childhood? The Spa at the Beverly Wilshire is on a mission to bring back some of those tender memories. Relax in a poolside cabana and indulge in one of their new ice-cream-themed hand or foot ‘treat’ments. Flavors include the following tasty selections from ME!Bath: Coconut Grove, Tropical Guava, Strawberry Kiwi, Apricot Harvest, Cucumber Melon and Land of Milk and Honey. And while your weary feet are soaking in sweet splendor, you can treat your taste buds to some real ice cream. For more information, visit

May 2007

Pamper Dad on Father's Day
Metamorphosis Day Spa Packages

Metamorphosis Day Spa in New YorkWho says Mom’s the only one who gets a spa day? This Father’s Day, treat Dad like a king and spoil him with a fun package at Metamorphosis Day Spa in New York. The manly-themed treatments will relax him, and the catchy names are sure to put a smile on his face.  For those with a budget in mind, the “Iron Man Package” offers a half-hour deep tissue massage (perfect after his weekly round of golf), foot massage, hand treatment, Head Trip (scalp massage), and Clean and Clear facial for $199.  If you have more cash to play with, the “He-Man Treatment Package” includes a “To the Point” (shiatsu) massage, “Man”-icure, Pedicure, Clean and Clear Facial and Head Trip for $220.  But if you want to give Dad the ultimate indulgence, the “Retrosexual Male Treatment” will pamper him for three hours with a “Whole in One” (deep-tissue body massage), foot massage (reflexology), Head Trip and Clean and Clear Facial for $280. For more information, visit

Desert Oasis in the Middle East
Banyan Tree Hotel and Spa

Banyan Tree Hotel and Spa
The new Banyan Tree Hotel and Spa in Al Areen, Bahrain, exhibits all the qualities expected of an exclusive retreat and gives new meaning to the term “desert oasis.”  As the only all-villa private pool resort located in the Arabian Gulf, Banyan mixes the refined ambience of Arabian architecture with modern amenities. Pampering at the twelve private pavilions incorporates a fusion of Arabian aromatherapy and centuries-old holistic treatments from the Far East.  Banyan Tree claims to be the biggest and most diverse spa in the Middle East with innovative therapies and design.  Its nearby Hydrothermal Garden offers hydrotherapy stations ranging from enjoying an ice igloo to a tropical shower. Beautiful fountains and invigorating streams at the world’s first Garden Hammam, a natural sanctuary designed to calm the body and prepare it to benefit the most from subsequent treatments, further accentuates the blissful adventure.

Treat Mom on Mother's Day

Aqua Star Spa Packages

Aqua Star Spa

Mom has been pampering you all your life, so now’s your chance to pamper her in return. Let her know how much she means to you with the gift of relaxation at The Beverly Hilton’s Aqua Star Spa. Treat her to a Give Me a Lift Facial, Eau Thermal Body Wrap and a Bellezza Salon manicure/pedicure for $420; a hydrating facial and Swedish Massage for $230; or a 60-minute hot stone massage plus a gourmet snack of Belgian chocolate and wine for $125. For more information, contact the Aqua Star Spa at 310-887-6048 or visit

April 2007

Dinner and a Bath
Las Ventanas al Paraíso Resort

The Infinity Pool at Las Ventanas al ParaísoDinner and a movie has always been a reliable combination for a romantic evening. Las Ventanas al Paraíso, a resort in Los Cabos, Mexico, presents a variation on this theme: "Dinner & A Bath." In addition to perusing the dinner menu, guests at the resort's aptly named The Restaurant will also have the chance to examine the new after-dinner bath menu. The bath will be prepared during dinner so that guests can return to their suite after the meal and enjoy a luxurious soak. Bath themes include Stress Relieving, Rejuvenating or Sensual & Romantic, and guests can enjoy Champagnes, premium tequilas and Cuban cigars while they relax. The Sensual & Romantic bath features Celestial Maracuja Bathing Nectar to soften skin as well as Black Pepper Oil to stimulate muscles and heighten senses. For more information, visit

March 2007

Spa Week
Beauties on a budget should never have to decide between a facial and two weeks of groceries. The creators of Spa Week also seemed to think the same way when they introduced the program in 2004, hoping to make spa treatments an affordable part of a healthy lifestyle. From April 16-22, participating spas all over the country will offer full service treatments at the discounted price of $50. This year’s Spa Week includes spas in Boston, Atlanta, Denver, Los Angeles, Seattle, New York City and more. Spa Xanadu in Los Angeles is offering a 60-minute Hot & Cold Jade Stone Massage, the Red Door Spa in New York presents a 50-minute Elizabeth Arden Classic Facial, and Spa Claremont in San Francisco will provide their 50-minute Bamboo Lemongrass Scrub—all for the cost of a couple of martinis (but a massage is much healthier anyway). For more information, visit

Spa Terra, The Meritage Resort at Napa

Grape goodness
You'd expect a spa in Napa to have a wine-themed treatment menu. At Spa Terra, opening at The Meritage Resort at Napa, you'll actually be massaged and beautified in a wine cave. That's not to say you'll be maturing along with the vino, however, as red wine contains resveratrol, which may help ward off disease and allow imbibers to live longer. After a $7.5 million building project, doors to this 9,000-square-foot underground spa will officially open to guests on April 15, 2007. Design elements—Mediterranean-inspired mosaics and hand-forged wrought-iron fixtures—and spa features—steam grottos, soaking pools, waterfalls and ten private treatments rooms—will transform the cave from a dank stone room into a soothing, luxurious sanctuary. The spa's signature treatment, Solo Vino, will include an exfoliating grape seed scrub, jet shower rinse, body wrap, wine cave mud mask, Terra massage and a glass of wine paired with a cheese selection. For more information, please call 707-251-3000 or visit

February 2007

A Slice of Spice at Bliss

Glorious ginger

Ginger has never been just a tasty additive to curry and cookies. This spicy root is one of the world’s oldest and most universal healing herbs; it has been used to relieve digestive distress, joint pain and nausea. Also known for its relaxing effects, ginger has been popping up as an ingredient in, and sometimes as the star of, many spa treatments. Bliss spas throughout the country offer "The Ginger Rub," which guests can experience for $250. This aromatic treatment includes a rub-down with fresh-grated ginger root and warmed detoxifying essential oils; a warming, 20-minute foil wrap to allow skin to “marinate”; and a 100-minute, tip-to-toe massage. For Bliss locations and more information, visit

Onsen Spa at Montbleu Resort Casino & Spa

Onsen Spa at Montbleu Resort Casino & Spa

The Lake Tahoe area is known for its natural beauty and awe-inspiring scenery; now, thanks to the Onsen Spa, guests at Montbleu Resort Casino & Spa in Nevada can be natural beauties as well. This spa sanctuary has been completely renovated and reopened as an Aveda Lifestyle Salon & Spa, using skin and hair care products by this nature-loving beauty company. Still known by its original name, Onsen Spa features views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains as well as a vast treatment menu which includes everything from a 15-minute eye treatment to lengthy pampering packages. If your partner is busy on the slopes, you can enjoy a five-hour Onsen Indulgence Renewal Package. For $475, experience a massage, facial, body wrap, manicure, pedicure, scalp massage and salon washing and styling. For more information, visit

January 2007

Spa Treatments A Deux

Alvadora Spa at the Royal Palms Resort in Phoenix, Ariz.

Start a new Valentine’s Day tradition and connect with your sweetie during a spa treatment for couples. For $435, couples can indulge in The Romance Package at The Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch Spa in Colorado, which includes the following treats for two: a Vanilla Bourbon Milk Bath, Champagne and an 80-minute rub-down. Duos in the mood for a longer romantic rendezvous can take advantage of the Do Not Disturb package at Red Mountain Spa in St. George, Utah. This special, priced at $2,045 per couple, includes a three-night stay at the villa, meals, spa robes and a gift basket, romantic activities and two massages. You’ll be amazed at what relaxed muscles and glowing skin will do for your relationship. For more information, check out our article, Scintillating Spa Treatments A Deux.

Love Yourself This Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day has always been about expressing your love for someone. Loving yourself is just as important, and now you can show it without gorging on chocolates., a beauty and leisure website, has teamed up with The Heart Truth, a national organization promoting heart disease awareness, to celebrate their annual “Love You” campaign. In support of women taking charge of their own well-being, from Jan. 15-Feb. 15, more than 60 spas and salons across the country will offer certain spa treatments for a bargain price of $59. In Miami, at the Radiance Medspa, spa-goers can get a microdermabrasion facial, complexion analysis and a 30-minute massage for $59. At Chicago’s Spa Soak, you can get their “Sugar & Spice” treatment, including a bikini wax, mini Glow Facial and a manicure, for…you guessed it…$59. For a list of participating spas, visit

Golden Bridge NYC

Los Angeles-based Golden Bridge Yoga has opened a new location in New York City. By providing courses, events, healthy lifestyle education and various meditation classes, this yoga center gives guests a chance to grow physically, emotionally and spiritually. Events include the Shivanter seven-day cleanse from Jan. 28-Feb. 5, 2007, which was designed to restore inner health, strengthen the immune system and encourage healthier living and eating. The $750 ticket price includes breakfast, lunch and dinner for each day as well as herbs, tonics, teas, seven Kundalini yoga classes and one-on-one lifestyle counseling. For more events, classes and additional information, visit

The Spa at the Four Seasons Resort Langkawi

A guest relaxes in a treatment pavilion

The Spa at the Four Seasons Resort Langkawi honors ancient Eastern traditions and celebrates modern Western sophistication with its special treatments and exotic environment. This sanctuary at the heart of the property features six thatched-roof treatment pavilions, outdoor rain showers, private outdoor plunge pools and soaking tubs surrounded by lush gardens and reflecting lotus ponds. Guests can practice yoga and meditation or relax, and couples can enjoy a private outdoor shower. Treatments include the Abhyanga (a traditional ayurvedic massage using oil to nourish tissues and joints while balancing and harmonizing the body), the Sundar Nirvana Ritual (an abhyanga massage, a scalp massage, and a full body mask containing exotic herbs, oils and pure plant extract) and the Sundari Sundari (a hydrating hair treatment, a milk and honey bath, a facial and a cup of "gorgeous geisha" tea). For more information, visit

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