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Lose yourself in the pleasures of a spa visit. Indulge in spa services designed to relax, restore and rejuvenate the body, mind and soul. Time at the spa is time well spent. The liquid environment returns us to a state of play. The feel and sound of water soothes especially while in the water, you’ve submerge your ears just below the waters surface and block out all other sounds other than those in the invisible watery world – overflowing baths, Vichy showers, aromatherapy, the power and healing quality of water. Presenting some spas for you to consider for your next escape: Kohler Waters Spa at the Old Course Hotel, St Andrews Kohler Waters Spa at the Old Course Hotel, St Andrews, opened to the public for the first time this January 2018 and offers a range of bathing experiences designed to increase mood and boost energy levels during the colder…

The newly opened Milaidhoo Island Maldives introduces mood dining, a specific combination of curated menu, designated location on the island, and spa elements to enhance the experience designed to change a person’s mood. Guests can choose from five different ‘moods’: ‘Deep Sleep’; ‘Getting into the Milaidhoo Mood’; ‘Sunrise Awakening’; ‘Curious Adventures’ and ‘Sunset Chill’. The theory behind mood dining is that certain foods can affect body chemistry and can therefore alter a person’s mood.  The location of the meal also helps shape the mood, which vary between a deserted island, sandbanks in the middle of the ocean, beach or simply on the private deck of the guest’s own villa.  The innovative concept is part of the luxury resort’s philosophy to offer guests authentic and meaningful experiences. Deep Sleep The ‘Deep Sleep’ mood addresses both physical and mental hurdles that prevent a good night’s sleep.  It begins with a peaceful spa…

Both pampering and therapeutic, an Olverum bath is a warm, comforting experience that offers physical and mental rejuvenation. For whichever reason you use it; to relieve stress, revive aching muscles and joints, re-balance dry skin, or simply to luxuriate in a blissful aromatic moment, Olverum promotes a feeling of wellbeing and renewal. History of Olverum Olverum was originally created in 1931 by Franz Otto Klein, a wine merchant in the Mosel Valley in Germany who developed a keen interest in the beneficial properties of natural essential oils. The bath oil he eventually produced after two years of research and experimentation contains extracts from 10 aromatic plants, carefully selected for their individual therapeutic properties as well as their ability to work synergistically to be even more effective. These were blended according to a closely guarded formula that was passed from father to son for over 50 years and remains largely unchanged…