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Six Senses debuts in India with recovery spa
POSTED 26 Feb 2020 . BY Megan Whitby
The 1,522sq m Six Senses Spa Mumbai focuses on functional fitness, recovery and wellness
Six Senses Spa Mumbai promotes health from the inside out and offers residents, members and day guests an urban oasis in which to recharge and pursue their personal goals
– Dr Jitendra Varshney
Six Senses will open its first location in India in the World Crest Tower by Lodha, Mumbai.

The 1,522sq m Six Senses Spa Mumbai focuses on functional fitness, recovery and wellness journeys and include seven treatment rooms, including two for couples.

Spread across two floors, a Technogym-equipped fitness centre offers daily wellness classes, live and on-demand from over 500 experts and also include a swimming pool and outdoor sports arena.

Guests have access to wellness activities including private fitness yoga, meditation and stretching sessions.

Dr Jitendra Varshney has been appointed as wellness director while Mark Sands will oversee the spa as area spa director.

Varsheny said: “Six Senses Spa Mumbai promotes health from the inside out and offers residents, members and day guests an urban oasis in which to recharge and pursue their personal goals.

“We’ll welcome and guide all guests along a personal path to wellness with a high-tech, high-touch approach.”

In keeping with Six Senses’ environmentally-focused philosophy, each floor of the spa includes a living wall in order to bring the outside in and will also feature floor-to-ceiling windows to allow natural light to fill the spa.

Natural tones have been selected for the decor, to create a calming environment, while Six Senses has designed relaxation areas for guests, including a spa lounge and a pre- and post-treatment room.

The spa’s menu focuses on facials, wraps and scrubs, as well as offering signature Six Senses therapies and Ayurvedic Aromatherapy options by Subtle Energies.

Guests can also visit a beauty studio with hair and nail services and a boutique retail gallery offering Subtle Energies products.

More about Six Senses India
Six Senses is scheduled to open its first Indian hotel in Rajasthan in late 2020.

Called Six Senses Fort Barwara it will have a 2,787sq m spa, located in a converted 14th-century fort which was the original home of the Rajasthani Royal family.

The spa includes seven treatment rooms, including two for couples
Guests also have access to wellness activities including private fitness yoga, meditation and stretching sessions
 


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26 Feb 2020

Six Senses debuts in India with recovery spa
BY Megan Whitby

The 1,522sq m Six Senses Spa Mumbai focuses on functional fitness, recovery and wellness

The 1,522sq m Six Senses Spa Mumbai focuses on functional fitness, recovery and wellness

Six Senses will open its first location in India in the World Crest Tower by Lodha, Mumbai.

The 1,522sq m Six Senses Spa Mumbai focuses on functional fitness, recovery and wellness journeys and include seven treatment rooms, including two for couples.

Spread across two floors, a Technogym-equipped fitness centre offers daily wellness classes, live and on-demand from over 500 experts and also include a swimming pool and outdoor sports arena.

Guests have access to wellness activities including private fitness yoga, meditation and stretching sessions.

Dr Jitendra Varshney has been appointed as wellness director while Mark Sands will oversee the spa as area spa director.

Varsheny said: “Six Senses Spa Mumbai promotes health from the inside out and offers residents, members and day guests an urban oasis in which to recharge and pursue their personal goals.

“We’ll welcome and guide all guests along a personal path to wellness with a high-tech, high-touch approach.”

In keeping with Six Senses’ environmentally-focused philosophy, each floor of the spa includes a living wall in order to bring the outside in and will also feature floor-to-ceiling windows to allow natural light to fill the spa.

Natural tones have been selected for the decor, to create a calming environment, while Six Senses has designed relaxation areas for guests, including a spa lounge and a pre- and post-treatment room.

The spa’s menu focuses on facials, wraps and scrubs, as well as offering signature Six Senses therapies and Ayurvedic Aromatherapy options by Subtle Energies.

Guests can also visit a beauty studio with hair and nail services and a boutique retail gallery offering Subtle Energies products.

More about Six Senses India
Six Senses is scheduled to open its first Indian hotel in Rajasthan in late 2020.

Called Six Senses Fort Barwara it will have a 2,787sq m spa, located in a converted 14th-century fort which was the original home of the Rajasthani Royal family.




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