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5 ways to embrace holistic health this summer

By | Ayurveda, GREAT OUTDOORS, SPA, SUMMER | No Comments

Holistic health sees the body, mind and spirit as a whole. Bringing these elements into balance is how we can cultivate optimum holistic health. In the Scarlet Spa, we find inspiration in the Ayurvedic tradition of holistic health. There are many ways in which we can create harmony and boost wellness. Below are some of our favourites for you to try this summer season:

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A spa manager’s guide to choosing the right spa treatment

By | #SCARLETMOMENT, BEHIND THE SCENES, SPA | No Comments

Whether you are a regular spa worshipper or use the spa for an occasional treat, sometimes it can be daunting to choose the right treatment.  With extensive menus and treatments to tempt the body and mind, it’s easy to get caught in indecision.

We asked our spa manager, Caroline, to give us some tips on how to make the most from your time in the Scarlet spa…

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Balancing Vata for Autumn Health

Balancing Vata for Autumn Health

By | AUTUMN, GREAT OUTDOORS, SPA | No Comments

In Ayurveda, an ancient holistic health system, autumn is the season of the vata dosha – the subtle energy that governs movement. Literally translates as ‘wind,’ vata is dry and cold, moving in bursts.

When vata rises in autumn it can leave you feeling worn out, brittle, and susceptible to illness. If you’re experiencing dry skin, bad circulation, restless or fitful sleep, erratic routines, eating habits and bowel movements, constipation, or erratic thinking and a tendency to feel anxious, you may have excess vata.

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New Hammam Menu

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Slow down, relax your muscles and open your pores in the heat of our hot, balmy hammam room. We have a brand new menu of varying therapies and products to ensure your time in the hammam is exactly what you need. Just take your pick…
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Yoga for your Dosha Type

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In Ayurveda there are three main mind and body types known as doshas: Vata, Pitta and Kapha, derived from the five elements of air, space, fire, earth, water. Your individual dosha type gives insight into your physical, mental, emotional and behavioural characteristics.
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