Six Senses Spa Ninh Van Bay launches new programming and unveils new look following major revamp
Leisure Opportunities
Job search
Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
University of Bath
£18,009 rising to £19,133 + 10% alternating shift allowance
Bath, UK
Legoland
Competitive
Nagoya, Aichi, Japan
star job
Hilton
Competitive
Dunblane, UK
Grand Jersey Hotel and Spa
Competitive salary plus benefits
Grand Jersey
No1 Lounges Ltd
£10.15 per hour
London Heathrow Airport

Six Senses Spa Ninh Van Bay launches new programming and unveils new look following major revamp

Job opportunities
Strip Wax Bar & Boutique
Competitive Salary and Benefits
location: London, UK
L'Horizon Beach Hotel and Spa
Competitive salary plus benefits
location: L’Horizon, St Brelades Bay
The Bulgari Hotel London
Competitive Salary & Benefits
location: Spa at The Bulgari Hotel & Residences, London
more jobs

Six Senses spa Ninh Van Bay has unveiled a brand new look following a recent refurbishment that saw the expansion of the spa to include six refreshed treatment rooms and a new state-of-the-art fitness centre, offering panoramic views of the bay from its perch on top of the spa, as well as an indoor flying yoga studio.

Surrounded by lush tropical jungle, the renovated treatment rooms are now bright, airy spaces bathed in natural light, while the new meditation sala, is designed to provide a sanctuary for guests to calm their minds and meditate peacefully whilst surrounded by nature.

The new indoor flying yoga studio, added to enhance the resort's yoga offering, offers guests a unique sensation of flying, whilst improving flexibility and releasing endorphins, making guests happier.

Additionally, the resort has launched new wellness programming to accompany the new look and address common modern concerns. Programmes run from three to seven days, with prices starting from US$650 for one guest and US$910 for two sharing a villa, and include a Sleep programme, where guests work with the Six Senses Sleep Doctor, who offers practical advice as to how guests can rest the mind and rejuvenate the body to achieve better quality sleep. The spa's Detox programme helps guests to detox in a safe and controlled manner, by using a yogic cleanse in combination with cleansing therapies and 'sensible' eating, while the Fitness programme focuses on movement, high and low-intensity training and nurturing treatments. Each of the programmes includes personalised treatments and activities as well as nutrition advice and begins with a wellness screening.

Performed by a resident wellness expert, the Six Senses Wellness Screening gives guests an insight into their health. It analyses key physiological biomarkers of health, including body composition, metabolism, oxygen distribution, heart function, circulation and stress parameters. The results of the screening are then used to develop personalised wellness plans, tailored to the guest's needs.

Ateeb Shrestha, GM at Six Senses Ninh Van Bay, said: "The enhancements with the Six Senses Spa village are in line with the company's values. It is about reconnecting the body and mind and rediscovering balance - a process that is accelerated by the incredible natural surrounds of Ninh Van Bay."

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
Six Senses Spa Ninh Van Bay has unveiled a brand new look following a recent refurbishment that saw the expansion of the spa to include six refreshed treatment rooms and a new state-of-the-art fitness centre, offering panoramic views of the bay from its perch on top of the spa, as well as an indoor flying yoga studio.
SAB,HOT
imagesX/THUMB342353_648644_736364.jpg

More News

1 - 15 of 42,014
19 Sep 2019
A Deloitte report has suggested that getting involved in corporate wellness programmes could offer health and fitness operators a huge opportunity for revenue growth. The ... More
19 Sep 2019
Online hospitality education specialist Lobster Ink has collaborated with spa management and consultancy firm Resense to launch what they describe as the 'first-of-its-kind' web-based programme ... More
19 Sep 2019
New science has revealed a potential solution to age-related diseases which works on a systemic basis, improving overall health and reducing the need to treat ... More
19 Sep 2019
A grassroots campaign aiming to create a lasting legacy for the 2019 Rugby World Cup has resulted in nearly 2 million players taking up the ... More
19 Sep 2019
Nightclub-themed boutique boxing studio operator Kobox has opened its third London location in Baker Street, Marylebone. With the motto of “where fight club meets nightclub”, ... More
19 Sep 2019
A nation divided by Brexit could be united by diverting focus to a "more pressing crisis" – improving the nation's health. That's the message from ... More
Servicesport UK Limited
Servicesport UK Limited
18 Sep 2019
Global boutique fitness giant Xponential Fitness has appointed Michael Abramson, president of D1 Sports Training, as its chief operating officer. Abramson will be tasked with ... More
18 Sep 2019
Independent hotel group Hastings Hotels has named Niamh Rice as the new spa manager at the Culloden Estate & Spa in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Rice ... More
18 Sep 2019
A memorable summer of international cricket for England concluded on 15 September with the men's team securing victory in the final Ashes Test to claim ... More
17 Sep 2019
Fashion designer Victoria Beckham has indicated she may move into the wellness market, potentially mounting a challenge to Kourtney Kardashian’s Poosh and Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop ... More
17 Sep 2019
The number of people who are part of an active Community Sport Hub (CSH) in Scotland has more than doubled. The CSH programme brings together ... More
17 Sep 2019
Danubius Hotels Group (DHG), one of Europe's largest health spa operators, has launched a brand for its health spa hotels. Called Ensana Health Spa Hotels, ... More
Alliance Leisure
Alliance Leisure
17 Sep 2019
Physical fitness has been associated with better brain structure and brain functioning in adults. The findings of a study, led by Dr Jonathan Repple of ... More
17 Sep 2019
The UK fitness industry should make a concerted effort to highlight the importance of strength training, following the publication of the Chief Medical Officer's (CMO) ... More
18 Sep 2019
Robert Thurman, father of actress Uma Thurman and the first known Westerner to be ordained as a Tibetan Monk by the Dalai Lama, is to ... More
Nautilus / Star Trac / Core Health & Fitness
Nautilus / Star Trac / Core Health & Fitness
1 - 15 of 42,014
Manchester Metropolitan University
Manchester Metropolitan University