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By Ronakorn W
March 20, 2016
The spa at the Millennium Hilton has a totally new look

The spa at the Millennium Hilton has a totally new look

The Millennium Hilton Bangkok has reinvented its eForea spa to meet the needs of today’s wellness-minded guests. With a revamped treatment menu by head therapist Sean Jordan, who has worked with top spas around the world including the Waldorf Astoria, eForea includes three unique Journey Enhancement treatments.

“I emphasise the balancing of internal energies as part of the healing process,” says Jordan. Having studied Buddhism since he was 18 years old, Jordan went on to studying meditation in India for two years before deciding to share his expertise.

“Health has been the spa’s central focus since 2008,” says Ryan Crabbe, senior director of global wellness for Hilton worldwide. “These Journey treatments are shorter and offer a meaningful, authentic experience, designed for global travelers looking for wellness.”

Designed to be add-on components as well as short-duration, self-contained services, the three new items on the list are designed to be effective in soothing condensed nerve endings and tension for those who have limited time. 25 minutes long, these subtle massage treatments combine ancient Chinese, Thai and Native American healing techniques, focusing on the head, neck and shoulders, as well as the feet.

“It was truly a journey to create these treatments that support eForea’s concept of emerging brighter,” says Jordan.

Add these to the Taste of Siam treatment with a full body wrap using tamarind fruit or aromatic herb compress that uses therapeutic herbs such as prai, ginger and turmeric. Call 0-2442-2000 for more information.







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