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Six Senses Spa Ninh Van Bay launches new programming and unveils new look following major revamp
POSTED 02 Jul 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Six Senses Spa Ninh Van Bay has unveiled a brand new look following a recent refurbishment that saw the expansion of the spa to include six refreshed treatment rooms and a new state-of-the-art fitness centre, offering panoramic views of the bay from its perch on top of the spa, as well as an indoor flying yoga studio.

Surrounded by lush tropical jungle, the renovated treatment rooms are now bright, airy spaces bathed in natural light, while the new meditation sala, is designed to provide a sanctuary for guests to calm their minds and meditate peacefully whilst surrounded by nature.

The new indoor flying yoga studio, added to enhance the resort's yoga offering, offers guests a unique sensation of flying, whilst improving flexibility and releasing endorphins, making guests happier.

Additionally, the resort has launched new wellness programming to accompany the new look and address common modern concerns. Programmes run from three to seven days, with prices starting from US$650 for one guest and US$910 for two sharing a villa, and include a Sleep programme, where guests work with the Six Senses Sleep Doctor, who offers practical advice as to how guests can rest the mind and rejuvenate the body to achieve better quality sleep. The spa's Detox programme helps guests to detox in a safe and controlled manner, by using a yogic cleanse in combination with cleansing therapies and 'sensible' eating, while the Fitness programme focuses on movement, high and low-intensity training and nurturing treatments. Each of the programmes includes personalised treatments and activities as well as nutrition advice and begins with a wellness screening.

Performed by a resident wellness expert, the Six Senses Wellness Screening gives guests an insight into their health. It analyses key physiological biomarkers of health, including body composition, metabolism, oxygen distribution, heart function, circulation and stress parameters. The results of the screening are then used to develop personalised wellness plans, tailored to the guest's needs.

Ateeb Shrestha, GM at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, said: "The enhancements with the Six Senses Spa village are in line with the company's values. It is about reconnecting the body and mind and rediscovering balance - a process that is accelerated by the incredible natural surrounds of Ninh Van Bay."

The Six Senses Wellness Screening gives guests a more in-depth understanding of their health
The new state-of-the-art fitness centre is located on top of the spa and offers panoramic views of the bay
Flying yoga improves flexibility and balance and gives guests the unique sensation of flying
 


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Six Senses Spa Ninh Van Bay launches new programming and unveils new look following major revamp
BY Lauren Heath-Jones

The Meditation Sala is designed to give guests a sanctuary to clear their heads

The Meditation Sala is designed to give guests a sanctuary to clear their heads

Six Senses Spa Ninh Van Bay has unveiled a brand new look following a recent refurbishment that saw the expansion of the spa to include six refreshed treatment rooms and a new state-of-the-art fitness centre, offering panoramic views of the bay from its perch on top of the spa, as well as an indoor flying yoga studio.

Surrounded by lush tropical jungle, the renovated treatment rooms are now bright, airy spaces bathed in natural light, while the new meditation sala, is designed to provide a sanctuary for guests to calm their minds and meditate peacefully whilst surrounded by nature.

The new indoor flying yoga studio, added to enhance the resort's yoga offering, offers guests a unique sensation of flying, whilst improving flexibility and releasing endorphins, making guests happier.

Additionally, the resort has launched new wellness programming to accompany the new look and address common modern concerns. Programmes run from three to seven days, with prices starting from US$650 for one guest and US$910 for two sharing a villa, and include a Sleep programme, where guests work with the Six Senses Sleep Doctor, who offers practical advice as to how guests can rest the mind and rejuvenate the body to achieve better quality sleep. The spa's Detox programme helps guests to detox in a safe and controlled manner, by using a yogic cleanse in combination with cleansing therapies and 'sensible' eating, while the Fitness programme focuses on movement, high and low-intensity training and nurturing treatments. Each of the programmes includes personalised treatments and activities as well as nutrition advice and begins with a wellness screening.

Performed by a resident wellness expert, the Six Senses Wellness Screening gives guests an insight into their health. It analyses key physiological biomarkers of health, including body composition, metabolism, oxygen distribution, heart function, circulation and stress parameters. The results of the screening are then used to develop personalised wellness plans, tailored to the guest's needs.

Ateeb Shrestha, GM at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, said: "The enhancements with the Six Senses Spa village are in line with the company's values. It is about reconnecting the body and mind and rediscovering balance - a process that is accelerated by the incredible natural surrounds of Ninh Van Bay."




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