[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]A picturesque setting and an aura of positive energy sets the mood as soon as you enter The Six Senses Spa at Jaypee Greens. The first Six Senses Spa in the country, the set-up is phenomenal. A three-storey set up with a gym, yoga studio, aerobic pool, vatsu pool and a friendly team of professional therapists, this spa is open not just to residents, but also to us.
The next Six Senses Spa is due to open in Pune by the end of 2013, says Shyam Goyal, Assistant Spa Manager.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”” alignment=”” style=”” border_color=”grey” img_link_large=”” img_link_target=”_self” css_animation=””][vc_column_text]
Photo Caption: The Hamam Suite At The Six Senses Spa.
Out of an elaborate treatment menu, I opted for a Sensory Spa journey which a four hand (2 therapist), oriented massage. This starts with a brief foot scrub and a light massage. Afterwards, the therapists begin with one-of-a- kind exfoliating session. A signature move, the therapists use a body brush through your body followed by a long-stroked hand movements, all in unison. After removing dead cells off your skin, they offer hot compression towels. It is then that they lightly start massaging your body. A delicious whiff of patchouli, jojoba and ylang-ylang fills the room, instantly putting you at ease. The massage is relaxing, holistic and the therapist’s techniques lie in using long, relaxing strokes while matching the speed of their colleague. While one therapist continues massaging legs and arms, the other therapist begins a facial. After a clean-up and a scrub session, what really relaxes you is a lemongrass oil massage which helps invigorate your senses and also helps you de-stress. The massage ends with a menthol pack, leaving you fresh and relaxed.
All in all, a good call for a relaxing weekend!
Rs 3500++ taxes [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]