This week, as part of our celebrations for National Spa Week, we’re exploring the benefits that a little bit of spa time can have on your wellbeing. The World Health Organisation defines health as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social wellbeing”, and as we go about our day-to-day lives, we can forget to put ourselves and our own wellbeing first. Read on to find out how a spell in the spa can do wonders for your wellbeing.
Destress through touch
People under stress can experience mental and physical symptoms, such as irritability, anger, fatigue, muscle pain, digestive troubles, and difficulty sleeping. Over time, prolonged stress can leave your body feeling weaker and tired, which is where our therapists come in. The power of touch therapy can often help improve fatigue and reduce muscle pain whilst encouraging lower levels of stress. Even the act of receiving a massage can help ease stress since you’re taking that little bit of time out for yourself.
Reconnect with loved ones
Connecting with others and doing something you enjoy significantly promote a number of health benefits. The Serenity Spa is a sociable space and is often referred to as a home away from home. We promote a sacred place for you to reconnect with loved ones, friends and family or simply escape to reconnect with yourself. We even offer a number of packages that lend themselves to spending a few hours with that special someone.
Move your body
Whether you start your spa experience with a breathing workshop, mind calm session, nutrition class or dedicated Pilates session, we promote plenty of lifestyle practices to prioritise a sense of all-round wellbeing. Spas are so much more than a place to relax. Our team are experts in their field and are able to support with holistic health practices used as alternative medicines.
Get a good night’s sleep
Sleep is closely linked with physical and mental wellbeing. Poor sleep can have a negative impact on your mental health and likewise, poor mental health can affect your sleeping pattern. There are a number of spots in the spa that are designed to promote restful sleep.