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With integrative services and treatments supporting the full spectrum of wellness, we can guide you to what’s right for your vision of well-being to a path that’s yours alone.

Work with a knowledgeable Wellness Guide to create a tailored itinerary.

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Abhyanga

A full-body ayurvedic massage by two practitioners uses sesame oil to nourish skin, as energy points are activated on the face and feet to release toxins and boost immunity.

Ashiatsu – Barefoot Massage

This relaxing and deep massage therapy uses foot pressure to release and bring about structural change in chronically sore, tight tissues, while stimulating circulation.

Barefoot Table Thai

Revitalize energy lines to relieve muscular tension and improve range of motion with Barefoot Table Thai, a rhythmic, flowing massage performed fully clothed and without oils.

Bindi-Shirodhara

This treatment is designed to balance body and mind utilizing special oils per your body type (dosha) an herbal mask, and Shirodhara — warm oil over the third eye and scalp.

Herbal Poultice Massage

Inspired by the ancient healing practices of Thailand that have been used for centuries to help battle-weary warriors recover.

Reflexology

A treat for your feet with whole-body benefits! Reflex points in the feet, linked to parts of the body, are activated to improve your circulation and create deep relaxation.

Shiatsu

Relax, energize and awaken as a therapist stimulates the body’s energy system, applying pressure to acupoints along meridians to balance yin and yang.

Shirodhara

This classic treatment induces a light state of meditation and balances energy centers. A stream of warm, herb-infused oil is poured over the third eye, hair and scalp.

Thai Massage

Using slow, gentle rocking movements, Thai massage applies compression with thumbs, palms, elbows, knees and feet to stretch soft tissues and harmonize vital energies.
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A man receiving a Thai massage.

Thai Massage

$335
100 min
A man receiving a Thai massage.

Thai massage, sometimes called yoga massage, originated in Buddhist monasteries as preventive health care for the monks. Using slow, gentle rocking movements, the therapist applies compression with thumbs, palms, elbows, knees and feet to stretch soft tissues and harmonize vital energies. This graceful therapy, which is given on a futon, leaves you relaxed, energized and more flexible. Please wear comfortable clothing.