We have tested all kinds of massages from all around the world and know how much man has mastered this art and divided it into many different forms: Balinese, ayurvedic, hot stone massages, etc. However, never before have we been offered such an experience: an 8-handed massage named ‘Let it go’. It is the latest creation of the Four Seasons Resort Mauritius At Anahita.
It is one of the very few luxury spas in the world and the only one in Mauritius where one can live such a sensorial experience. Located in the idyllic scenery of Anahita, on the Eastern coast at Beau Champ, perched on stilts and facing the Indian Ocean, the Four Seasons Spa is a mesmerising natural paradise.
After its coconut shell scrub or its salt and ylang-ylang oil massage, the Four Seasons has introduced ‘Let it go’, its new signature massage. And as its name would suggest, this massage invites you to let go of yourself, to forget your body and relax. This massage is especially recommended for those who need a break or who find it hard to relax. Four therapists will make you lose all your bearings. The perfect synergy of the 8 hands is comparable to a ballet dance: fluid, soothing and voluptuous. Ancient ayurvedic techniques are the backbone of this treatment which helps to restore the body’s energy flows, unblocks emotions and leaves you in excellent condition to get on with your day.
“The creation of this massage has been a very unique adventure”, says Constance Chapalain, the Spa’s director. “This treatment is more than a massage; it is a one-of-a-kind experience. Through this new creation, the team of Four Seasons Resort Mauritius At Anahita has looked for a way to provide a unique feeling to the person being massaged – a feeling of letting go, which is normally difficult to achieve”.
The ‘Let it go’ is a 60-minute massage priced at Rs 26,000 or a 90-minute massage at Rs 36,000.
Do you want to try out this unique experience in Mauritius?
Book your massage by calling (230) 402 3100.
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