All the stressful things involved in daily life, like having a job or sitting in traffic, have the unfortunate side-effect of transmuting once-nimble muscles into something stiffer than a shelf of two-by-fours. While you unwind in the chic and stylish spa, swathed in a serene atmosphere and surrounded by scenic views, the highly trained therapists will cater to all of your stress-destroying needs. Conveniently located in Hatfield, you don’t even have to drive for hours to get there.
If your federation of limbs is more tightly wound than a high-strung pocket-watch, a hot stone massage will reignite your internal furnace and infuse rigid muscles with new flexibility. Hot stones placed strategically on key parts of the body deliver a suffusing warmth to drain away tension and bring your muscles to optimum stress-subduing temperature. Combine the warmth with some expert muscle manipulation from masterful fingers and you have a recipe for muscles more like melted butter than marble. Alternatively, a buff and glaze for your nails can get rid of the evidence of excessive memo-typing and struggles with the pull-tabs on finicky soda tins.
For the expression makers that are causing troubles, the Babor facial treatment is ideal for putting a stop to skin shenanigans. Combining eight different treatments, including a Hy-ol and Phyoactive cleansing Rich Vitalising mask, a mild peeling, concentrate, night cream and eye cream, the treatment comes in four different types, depending on your specific issues. The calming treatment works for sensitive and oily skin, while the Advanced Biogen regenerates stressed skin. Perfect Combination is just what it says on the tin, working for combination skin and the Vita Balance moisturises dry skin.
Whether you choose just one treatment, or go the whole nine yards with all three, there are few better ways to show your body some TLC than time spent at Athalia.
Massage Fact: In Minnesota, a spoon full of sugar is implemented in almost all of the massage therapies practiced. The sugar is given to the client to consume before the therapy, with therapists claiming that it increased the benefits of the treatment.