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The Spa at Cliff House debuts seasonal treatments featuring Saltability salt stones
21 Jan 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
The Spa at Cliff House uses Saltability's pure Himalayan salt stones in its adaptable, seasonal treatments
The Spa at Cliff House, a luxury resort in Cape Neddick, Maine, has developed a new adaptable treatment series, designed specifically around the changes in the seasons and moon cycle.

Called Salt of the Sea, the treatments combine massage, using Saltability's pure Himalayan salt stones, with unique essential oil blends, designed to reflect the seasons, as well as give guests an energy boost.

Available in five seasonal varieties, depending on the time of year, each treatment has an associated element, such as wood, fire, water, etc, which is incorporated into the massage techniques used. For instance, water is linked to the winter treatment, which features salt stones made from 'ancient' sea salt and marine extract essential oils to remineralise the body, while the summer treatment, associated with fire, includes an uplifting essential oil blend of lemon basil, rosemary and ginseng, as well as 'energy-inducing' upward massage strokes.

Dawn Page, spa director at The Spa at Cliff House, said: "This treatment was born from reluctance of providing traditional 'seasonal' treatments like pumpkin body wraps and peppermint pedicures, which have their place, but it didn't fit with the connection to nature that we embrace at the spa."

Ann Brown, Saltability founder and CEO, said: "I love seeing our products used to their fullest potential, and the Salt of the Sea series is such a creative way to help help clients better connect with nature, the seasons and themselves. "

"Not only does the series highlight the versatility of our Himalayan salt stone product, but it also showcases the knowledge and creativity that drive our industry," she added.
 


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The Spa at Cliff House debuts seasonal treatments featuring Saltability salt stones

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The Spa at Cliff House debuts seasonal treatments featuring Saltability salt stones

The Spa at Cliff House uses Saltability's pure Himalayan salt stones in its adaptable, seasonal treatments
The Spa at Cliff House, a luxury resort in Cape Neddick, Maine, has developed a new adaptable treatment series, designed specifically around the changes in the seasons and moon cycle.

Called Salt of the Sea, the treatments combine massage, using Saltability's pure Himalayan salt stones, with unique essential oil blends, designed to reflect the seasons, as well as give guests an energy boost.

Available in five seasonal varieties, depending on the time of year, each treatment has an associated element, such as wood, fire, water, etc, which is incorporated into the massage techniques used. For instance, water is linked to the winter treatment, which features salt stones made from 'ancient' sea salt and marine extract essential oils to remineralise the body, while the summer treatment, associated with fire, includes an uplifting essential oil blend of lemon basil, rosemary and ginseng, as well as 'energy-inducing' upward massage strokes.

Dawn Page, spa director at The Spa at Cliff House, said: "This treatment was born from reluctance of providing traditional 'seasonal' treatments like pumpkin body wraps and peppermint pedicures, which have their place, but it didn't fit with the connection to nature that we embrace at the spa."

Ann Brown, Saltability founder and CEO, said: "I love seeing our products used to their fullest potential, and the Salt of the Sea series is such a creative way to help help clients better connect with nature, the seasons and themselves. "

"Not only does the series highlight the versatility of our Himalayan salt stone product, but it also showcases the knowledge and creativity that drive our industry," she added.


Supplier: Saltability
Boca Raton FL USA
Bring the comprehensive benefits of salt therapy to your spa treatment menu through Himalayan Salt Stone Massage. Warmed Himalayan salt stones massage and nourish the body as Saltability goes beyond the traditional stone massage, combining the philosophies of Oriental medicine, Swedish massage, thermal therapy, and salt therapies into a thoroughly therapeutic treatment. This unique combination holds healing benefits for both the client and therapist.

Web: www.saltability.com
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