Sinead de Hora has joined The Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Centre
at London’s Hotel Cafe Royal as its latest wellbeing expert.
An intuitive counsellor, de Hora has more than 10 years’ experience in the wellness industry. She uses intuition to gain an understanding of her client’s concerns and create a deep emotional connection with them, which she then uses to tailor-make a specific treatment, the company said.
While no two treatments are the same at the centre, they all follow a natural structure that flows from one focus to the next. De Hora incorporates ayurveda philosophy, Chinese philosophy, reiki, reflexology and various therapeutic massage techniques into her therapies. Prices start at £190 for 90 minutes.
De Hora joins nutritionist Zoe Stirling; reiki master Jake Jacas; Thai yoga and massage specialist Andrea Spanu; cognitive, emotional, behavioural performance coach Akcelina Cvijetic; fitness and lifestyle coach James Hardy; and aquatic bodywork specialist Steve Karle at Akasha.
The Akasha Holistic Wellbeing centre spans 1,200sq m (12,900sq ft) and is open to hotel guests and private members.
It features four different areas, corresponding to the four natural elements: spa/water, gym/fire, yoga/air and organic bar/earth.