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A new wellness centre offering a “sustainable approach to wellness” is planned for Edinburgh, UK, in 2019.

The venture, called PS Sustainable Wellness, will be operated as a private members' club focusing on both physical and mental wellbeing.

The concept will focus on five key areas of wellness – mental health, fitness, nutrition, spa treatments and remedial and therapeutic bodywork.

Designed by local architect and master planner Duncan Whatmore, the centre will be located on the western side of Edinburgh.

Facilities will include eight treatment rooms, a thermal area, a wet area with swimming pool, consultation spaces, relaxation areas and a fitness suite equipped with functional fitness equipment.

The concept is the brainchild of business partners Pamela Griffin and Lynsey MacKenzie.

Griffin has more than 12 years’ experience in professional skincare, having worked in brand sales, marketing and business development. Her former roles include UK business development manager for organic skincare specialist Voya and regional development manager for Decleor, Carita and Shiseido.

MacKenzie is a massage practitioner with 13 years’ experience, specialising in sporting injuries and chronic pain conditions.

“Our vision is borne out of a personal need for effective and sustainable wellness services that are easily accessible,” Griffin told Spa Opportunities.

“We want to pool the five key areas of wellness in a very joined-up way, under one roof, rather than people running around trying to do them in different places.

“We believe that by offering a bespoke and tailored service, members will enjoy sustained and habitual wellness.

“Our practitioners will spend time consulting members on an individual basis and offer support and guidance to ensure each member can fulfil their own potential."

As part of its focus on achieving sustainability for not only its members but also the environment, the designs will incorporate eco-friendly construction solutions.

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