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Dubai Hotels host signature wellness experience
31 Jul 2014

A number of prominent Dubai hotels are set to host the new ‘Signature Wellness’ experience that has been recently released by the Jumeirah Group member Talise Spa.

The treatment will be available at Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Burj Al Arab, and Madinat Jumeirah, all of which have a Talise Spa facility on the premises.

Two new treatments will now be available across the Talise Spas, called ‘Talise Therapeutic’ and ‘Muscle Re-lease’.

These make use of specialist Talise Spa products, with wellness massage lotion and therapeutic warming oil making appearances, the former of which contains SPF30.

The warming oil improves metabolic balance and also increases blood flow to areas causing concern, Jumeirah says. 

Muscle Re-release is a treatment that's said to help with joint pain and stiffness through the use of mineral mud packs and intensive healing.

Both of these new treatments are designed to repair damaged areas of muscle as well as to relieve tightness. Talise Spas carry out their session in serene and peaceful surroundings, which helps achieve longer lasting results for the body.

The two new treatments are said to combine ancient healing techniques with a more modern approach, creating a unique and relaxing experience.

According to the Jumeirah Group,  The ‘Signature Wellness’ initiative “is a reflection of the Talise core belief that wellness is not an exclusive concept but is accessible and suitable for everyone, with more unique experiences to follow. “

Dubai is renowned for its tourist trade, and as such the emirate is a fantastic destination for a spa holiday. The luxury lifestyle that the city promotes lends itself to the spa culture and many travel to the city each year to indulge in exotic treatments and experiences.

What’s more, the city has an impressive shopping culture, which many people see as one of its main draws as a destination. Dubai has over 70 shopping centres, including the iconic Dubai Mall.ADNFCR-408-ID-801739018-ADNFCR

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