Spa the six pals

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Spa the six pals

  1. 1. UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA DE EL SALVADOR
  2. 2. A spa, as known to us today, is a Centre for treatments through various alternate medications, and has grown to includerelaxation, unwinding and getting pampered.
  3. 3.  Popular belief has it that the origin of spa dates back to the Roman era, when soldiers of their legions fatigued by wars, would take to rejuvenation, relaxation and treatment of sore wounds through water.
  4. 4. The spa of today Call it thermal waters or spa, the concept of healing through water is also known by copious other terms such as taking the waters, spa therapy, balenotherapy, or hydrotherapy.
  5. 5. Spas In El Salvador •Los Chorros Spa •Amapulapa and Atecozal near Izalco Volcano.
  6. 6. VIDALS SPA URBANOMASSAGE RITUALSHolistic RelaxBalanceStonesChardonnayMarine EssenceOrganic Touch
  7. 7. WATER TREATMENTS•Acqua Hidra•Acqua Energy•Acqua Relax
  8. 8. Relax at the best spas around the world
  9. 9. •Ananda Spa, Tehri Garhwal, India •Gellert Baths, Budapest, Hungary
  10. 10. Sandy Lane, St James,BarbadosBanyan Tree, Mahe,SeychellesIn:spa, Marrakech,MoroccoVilla d’Este, Lake Como,ItalySpa Village at Pangkor Laut Resort, Perak, MalaysiaChiva-Som Health Resort, Hua Hin, ThailandWestin Trianon Palace, Versailles, France
  11. 11. Spa Treatments MassagesSwedish massage is the most common and best- known type of massage in the west.
  12. 12. The hot stone massage is aninteresting twist to the Swedishmassage. It had become verycommon lately.
  13. 13. Some common massages Deep Tissue MassageAromatherapyMassage Pregnancy/Prenata l Massage Asian
  14. 14. Couples/Duo Massage Sports Massage Sensual MassageHappy ending Massage
  15. 15. Facial Performed by an esthetician, a facial servicebasically cleanses and exfoliates the skin through the use of steam, masks and a variety of products.
  16. 16. Manicure and pedicure As the name implies, a manicure and pedicure combination is a salon service that event planners may offer to guests.
  17. 17. Baths Hot bathMud bath Cold bath
  18. 18. Chocolate bathSeaweed bath Bubble baths
  19. 19.  Facials Lose Weight and Reduce Cellulite Reduce Stress Sleep Better Relieve Muscle and Joint Pain Help Control Diabetes
  20. 20. Risks in the spa Diseases can be transmitted quite easily within a spa. Pedicures are dangerous in people with diabetes. Massages cancause problems ifthese don`t findthe right touch.
  21. 21.  Candles sesame oil ginger • The chilli • Fruit, yogurt, spices. •the sawgrass
  22. 22. pure gold,hot RocksCaviarOrchids,
  23. 23.  combines vitamins, minerals and natural nutrients and incorporate the latest technology for better performance wine, mango, passion fruit oil, cinnamon oil, herbals
  24. 24.  extract freshwater pearls and other Chocolate  Jacuzzi, whirlpool, chromotherap y lighting system, jets and sauna
  25. 25. Vidal’s 15% off massage $50Wine and honey body wrap $110Ocean therapy spirulina wrap $195 PricesUMO 24 karat gold $300Snakeskin pedicure with real snakes $300Grand Luxe facial diamonds and caviar $750Evian bath $5,000HD diamond and ruby peel $7,000
  26. 26. VIDEO TIME…
  27. 27. THANK YOU

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