The hottest treatments in top spas today are derived from ancient Ayurvedic rejuvenation therapies. Ayurveda is a 5,000-year-old healing science that utilises the therapeutic properties of herbs and essential oils to help restore balance and well-being to the individual.
Eden Resort & Spa, located in Beruwela, Sri Lanka, offers vacationers the ultimate escape. Visitors at the spa are greeted with a cup of herbal tea served by one of the charming therapists
Nestled in peaceful surrounds, the lush tropical foliage and the sounds of cascading water contribute to a relaxing atmosphere where customers can enjoy a variety of spa treatments including facials, body scrubs, and wraps perfected to soothe tired, stressed tense bodies and minds.
The spa boasts steam rooms, saunas, an open-air spa pool and 13 treatment rooms managed by an expatriate manager, 16 highly trained therapists, two Ayurvedic doctors and a consultant. The staff also includes a team of professional Thai masseurs who work rhythmically to perform the sabai “thai” massage or the foot massage, which stimulate one’s pressure points.
Start your spa day with a visit to the steam room and the whirlpool. Followed by a full body scrub complemented with a selection of herbs and exotic spices to smoothen, tone and refresh the skin.
The dedicated facial room offers a 60-minute deep cleansing and lymph drainage facial or herbal facial, mud masks as well as essential oil treatments. “We really want our visitors to experience paradise for themselves,” said the general manager of the resort.
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