An Interesting Article About the latest Spa Trends to watch out In 2014

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 An Interesting Article About the latest Spa Trends to watch out In 2014.

 The Humming Notes is an website that tries to bring together the best of all the fields in an out of the ordinary manner through interesting write-ups, its  sole purpose is  to keep the readers informed about the latest trends and happenings. On its March 19, 2014 issue there was an interesting article titled as “Spa trends to watch out for in 2014” where The Director of Kairali Group was quoted about his views on  holistic preventive therapies. This article emphasis the new trend of spa travellers who try and combine the benefits of exploring differing cultures whilst staying healthy and active, mixing discovery with well-being on holiday.

2013 saw a major boom in the spa and wellness, more so because people have become aware about keeping their bodies in sync with their minds. Supriya Aggarwal brings out spa trends that are expected to rule the year 2014 with insights from industry experts.

The main essence of the spa therapies is to create a perfect balance between “Well-being and Lifestyle”. In today’s fast paced time, people lead an extremely stressed life. Keeping this in mind, spas are now coming up with specially designed therapies for clients to render a more personalized approach for fulfilling their individual requirements. An emerging  new segment  in the space are the spa travellers who are now combining the benefits of exploring differing cultures whilst staying healthy and active, mixing discovery with well-being on holiday. Let’s have a look at the spa therapies one should indulge in this year.

Abhilash K. R., Director of Kairali Ayurveda group feels that anti-ageing treatments and preventive care would rule. He believes that people have started taking care of their bodies and mind by doing preventive therapies and anti aging therapies to maintain their youth.

Mango and Sticky Rice Body Scrub

Mango Scrub Infused with mango butter, creamy coconut and rice, this deliciously aromatic scrub gently exfoliates the skin to ensure it is left feeling moist and nourished. A generous application of coconut milk is then applied all over the body, leaving a delightful scent and super-smooth skin surface. This full-body treatment is designed to reveal perfectly finished skin.

“Mango sticky rice body scrub is a popular body treatment across all Breeze spas, inspired by Thailand’s much-loved, authentic dessert. The scrub granule made of rice powder and coconut shell assists the purification and regeneration of the skin.” says Sukanya Borrisuttanakul – Manager, Spa Training at ONYX Hospitality Group.

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Hot Stone Candle Massage Therapy

Hot Stone Candle massage is a unique treatment; a combination of the conventional hot stone massage known for its relaxing properties and the contemporary candle massage that will lead you to an unwinding experience.

The candles, which contain jojoba oil are especially created for the massage and are heated before application. the perfect temperature for muscle relaxation while being non-sticky. The long continuing warmth of the smooth stones in combination with the warm melted candle oil infused with Moroccan Argan Oil and Dead Sea Minerals – is said to promote relaxation while energizing and revitalizing the central nervous system.

Priti Seth – Owner, Pachouli Spa says that people are more fond of Thai massage therapy owing to the advanced stretching techniques. But for those who prefer oil therapy are more happy with Aroma fusion therapy as it is a blend of herbs infused in aromatic oil that is very destressing and relaxing for the mind and soul. Looking at the trend we believe Aroma Fusion Therapy should be a rage in the coming days, said Priti.

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Shiatsu Therapy

Tension among muscles can be treated by Shiatsu, a Japanese technique. It is another dry massage which only focuses on the release of tension among the muscle giving you a deep relaxation. However, if you are looking at special oil for home-massages during winters then you can always opt for ginger oil, seed oil and schezuan pepper oil which are easily available. For more details, click here.

The Bayra Massage                        

Alaya%20SpaIdeal for overworked muscles and aids in a pleasurable release of tension knots with a special focus on back and calf and thigh muscles. It is a slow, deep massage technique using long flowing strokes over the whole body, to help release the stresses of everyday life, leaving the receiver feeling whole, integrated and deeply relaxed, in a natural state of well-being. This massage is exclusively available at the Rait Spa, Suryagarh. For more details, click here.

“2014 shall see focus on personalized wellness, a well balanced and healthy diet The Spa, Shangri-Laalong with fusion fitness programs. What will be very popular in spas will be authentic Ayurvedic treatments combined with modern therapies. Also the concept of exclusive spas which provide couple treatment rooms with Jacuzzi, steam room, relaxation room along with dining facilities will become the rage in 2014.” Says  Joseph Skaria, the Director of The Spa at Shangri-La, Delhi.

Unwind yourself with one of these therapies. Let the healing powers of the therapies weave their magic and help you to relax your mind and body of all the fatigue. It’s time to close your eyes and meet your inner self.

Published on: 19th March 2014