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The benefits of Rasul to the spa offering
03 Jun 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Spa Vision creates bespoke Rasul treatments for its clients
Over the past few years, Spa Vision has built up both its expertise and offering of non-therapist spa treatments, particularly Rasul.

Most recently incorporated into the fantastic Alchemist Spa at Woolacombe Bay Hotel and previously Ye Olde Bell, Rasul has proven beneficial to both guests and operators, with its authentic and holistic approach.

A traditional Arabian inspired cleansing treatment, Rasul combines the health enhancing properties of heat, steam and mud for a relaxing and conditioning treatment in a private, non-therapist environment. It serves as an ideal addition to any spa menu.

Commenting on the inclusion of Rasul in the new Alchemist Spa, Clare Palfreeman, spa manager at Woolacombe Bay Hotel, said: “Clients are really happy when they come out with their skin glowing and nourished from the mud and salt scrubs we use in the Rasul. It is great to be able to offer this experience to our clients alongside the more traditional therapist based treatments.”

Lizzie Bath, director at Ye Olde Bell Spa, said: “The Rasul has been a great addition to our spa, and has proven particularly popular with couples and small groups. The guests can enjoy three different muds, each with its unique quality, leaving the skin soft and revitalised. For the business, we’ve been able to add real value to our packages and optimise our resource so commercially it’s been ideal.”

Spa Vision design, install and supply bespoke Rasul experiences to meet their clients’ needs and provide all the elements for a complete spa solution. One of the key features of the Rasul offered is its self-cleaning function which enables greater efficiency in terms of time and resource.

For more information please visit www.spavision.com
 


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The benefits of Rasul to the spa offering

Spa Vision creates bespoke Rasul treatments for its clients
Over the past few years, Spa Vision has built up both its expertise and offering of non-therapist spa treatments, particularly Rasul.

Most recently incorporated into the fantastic Alchemist Spa at Woolacombe Bay Hotel and previously Ye Olde Bell, Rasul has proven beneficial to both guests and operators, with its authentic and holistic approach.

A traditional Arabian inspired cleansing treatment, Rasul combines the health enhancing properties of heat, steam and mud for a relaxing and conditioning treatment in a private, non-therapist environment. It serves as an ideal addition to any spa menu.

Commenting on the inclusion of Rasul in the new Alchemist Spa, Clare Palfreeman, spa manager at Woolacombe Bay Hotel, said: “Clients are really happy when they come out with their skin glowing and nourished from the mud and salt scrubs we use in the Rasul. It is great to be able to offer this experience to our clients alongside the more traditional therapist based treatments.”

Lizzie Bath, director at Ye Olde Bell Spa, said: “The Rasul has been a great addition to our spa, and has proven particularly popular with couples and small groups. The guests can enjoy three different muds, each with its unique quality, leaving the skin soft and revitalised. For the business, we’ve been able to add real value to our packages and optimise our resource so commercially it’s been ideal.”

Spa Vision design, install and supply bespoke Rasul experiences to meet their clients’ needs and provide all the elements for a complete spa solution. One of the key features of the Rasul offered is its self-cleaning function which enables greater efficiency in terms of time and resource.

For more information please visit www.spavision.com



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