Healing Master-in-Residence Back Again at Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve
Get ready to heal the body and realign the mind in a resort set in the lush jungle where guests can experience Bali’s culture and spirit authentically thanks to Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve.
Launching for the second time, the Master Healers Series from Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve is pleased to welcome back renowned Thai practitioner, Paweennuch Soisoingsee (Khun Noom), to the spa to perform crystal sound healing and holistic therapies from September 4-18, 2018. This endeavour will further the commitment of wellness that people look for when visiting Bali and its wonderous location.
The city of Ubud has a long-standing history of wellness retreats that welcome travellers from all walks of life to connect with the spirituality of the destination. Mandapa Spa is perfect for those who want to rest easy because of the seclusion that the spa offers. Local providers infused the space with indigenous materials, such as teak, bamboo, thatch, and volcanic basalts that blend effortlessly into the natural surroundings. The architecture itself pays homage to the village atmosphere of Ubud.
Mandapa Spa has a comprehensive wellness and lifestyle programs based on six pillars – Balinese Spa, Detox & Nutrition, Alternative Therapy, Body Therapy, and Healing. For this series, Khun Noom will create a personalised wellness program to meet the individual’s needs and even offer programs that encourage rejuvenation and optimal health.
Khun Noom has practiced different modalities of healing for over 15 years in several countries. Her goal is to assist people to heal their wounds or ailments of the body, mind and spirit through the healing qualities of crystal singing bowls. With the crystals and her keen insight, she is the best at making sure everyone comes out feeling their top shape.
The Healing Master-in-Residence program is available now at Mandapa Spa. For more information or to reserve a spot, visit http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/indonesia/mandapa/spa or call +62 361 4792777.