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Posted on 16 August 2018
World's Most Unique Spa Therapies
The world is ever-changing and so are wellness retreats and how they do their spa therapies. But merely keeping up-to-date isn’t enough for many retreats, they are looking to wow but also, most importantly, rejuvenate and relax you. So if you’re looking for something new, here’s a list of some of the most unique spa therapies in the world!
1 Farm to Facial in Italy: Borgo Egnazia Spa
Find your escape into the unscathed beauty of Puglia and within this majestic wellness haven that takes relaxation to a whole new level. A captivating menu of spa treatments await, including their signature ‘Abbel Bel’ treatment (translating to ‘slowly slowly’), featuring fresh herbs harvested in Borgo’s kitchen garden, making it an ideal destination for an eco-friendly spa holiday.
Borgo Egnazia Spa. Photo taken by: borgoegnazia
But what makes this treatment so special is the ingredients used. More like a salad dressing, this ‘sentimental’ treatment for the face combines lemon, mint, sage, rosemary, lavender, almond milk, camelia oil and olive oil to make a facial treatment that nourishes the skin and relaxes the sense.
Fresh ingredients! Photo taken by: goodness.savoirflair
Asides from that, this state-of-the-art luxury spa has plenty of other unique treatments that it offers, with alternative therapies ranging from music therapy to psycho-aromatherapy. All are dedicated and curated to promote your overall well-being and health.
Relax in Italy. Photo taken by: borgoegnazia
2 Red & Black Pepper Lipolysis in Greece: Porto Elounda Detox
Stunning views await, and are across the Mirabello Bay in the north-eastern corner of Crete, Porto Elounda and is home to the award winning Six Senses Spa. Here you will be able to experience a detox treatment like no other.
Greek Paradise. Photo taken by: sixsenses
Utilizing the medicinal properties of red and black pepper, these ingredients are implemented to help breakdown fatty tissue, moisturize and refreshen you while you’re on your detox holiday. A combination of warm and cool techniques are used to tone the skin, followed by a firming massage to increase blood and lymph circulation which stimulates detoxification, to further enhance the treatment’s slimming properties.
Hot treatment. Photo taken by: alphamen.asia
Finish off it all off with a spirulina wrap and experience the benefits of a thalassotherapy spa holiday to feel thoroughly cleansed, toned and well-seasoned.
Revival. Photo taken by: healthandfitnesstravel
3 Himalayan Heart Stone Massage in Vietnam: Fusion Maia
Fusion Maia is a splendid beach resort, dedicated in wellness and relaxation and found in Vietnam where you can experience true tranquility. For a massage with a heartfelt difference, try the Himalayan Heart Stone Massage, a gentle, alkalising therapy using warm heart-shaped salt stones and pomelo oil to promote inner peace.
Himalayan Heart Stone. Photo taken by: himalayansaltstore
The warmth from the stones will ease tense muscles and soothe aches and pains, while the stones’ positive ions are believed to dispose your body of detrimental vibrations and clear poor auras around you. Here, you can combine spa treatments with yoga and meditation to further your thrive for a complete mind, body and soul experience at this tropical spa getaway.
Beach Yoga at Fusion Maia. Photo taken by: openpr
4 Colour Therapy in Malaysia: The Banjaran Rejuvenation
Set among tropical jungle and limestone hills, The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat & Spa is an internationally renowned, acclaimed 5* spa and holiday retreat. Famed mostly for its extensive line of unique experiences and wellness offerings. Here you can experience Chromotherapy, a spa technique using colours to adjust body vibrations to frequencies that encourage greater health and harmony.
Colours. Photo taken by: escapetoparadiselifestyle
This therapy cultivates the frequencies of an individual's colours to balance and re-shape the energy within our bodies. With this, physical and spiritual healing becomes a breeze. Blue lights can promote relaxation and calm whilst aiding the recurrence of headaches and nervous tensions.
Luxury Spa. Photo taken by: travelandleisureasia
On the other hand, pink light eliminates impurities in your blood. Once you’ve discovered your favourite colour, head for the green, with luscious jungle, Japanese gardens and a world-class golf course all within the premises, making it the perfect choice for a luxurious destination for a spa holiday.
Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat. Photo taken by: tripadvisor
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