Spa packages in Kathmandu

Spa packages in Kathmandu
Spa packages in Kathmandu

Spa packages in Kathmandu

Treating yourself to a spa is one of the best ways to relieve any stress and tension that you have built up throughout the week. Besides helping to de-stress your body, a spa can help you feel and look like a million bucks. Looking for the best Spa along with the added pressure of choosing the right package is a tough choice many people first-time goers have to make. If you can navigate through a plethora of places and information available online, what awaits you is a day of being pampered and cared for like you have never experienced before. Spa menus are generally organized by the type of service provided: massage, facials, body treatments, along with nail care, waxing and salon services.

If you are someone that is looking for a way to get away from all the hustle and bustle of urban life, then you are in luck because we have the ultimate guide to Spa packages offered by most Spa in Nepal. A typical menu of Spa in Nepal will include a combination of the following treatments:

1) Massage:

It feels great to have a massage, right? Besides just relaxing your muscles; it provides many health benefits. You feel different after a massage because massage helps heal and revitalize tired or aching muscles. It also aids in increasing blood circulation and assists in lymph movement, both of which supply nutrients and oxygen throughout the body and remove the toxins and waste.

In most of the Spa in Kathmandu, you can select from around eighty massage styles along with a wide variety for pressures, movements, and techniques applied. Most places offer a customized massage service that allows you to choose the length of massage and the areas you want the therapist to focus on.

Swedish massage and deep tissue massage are the two most popular massages available almost everywhere. A Swedish massage covers the whole body with firm strokes but without much deep, focused work. Deep tissue massage will use firmer pressure and also include focused work on areas that are especially tight and need attention. You can choose among a variety of specialty massages like stone massage; sports massage; trekker’s massage; a targeted head, neck and shoulders massage. Some spas offer therapies like craniosacral work, Thai Massage, Shiatsu, Aromatherapy and reflexology.

2) Facial:

A day at the spa is never complete without a facial treatment. Your tired skin could definitely use a pick-me-up after taking an onslaught of dust and sun damage throughout the day.

Facials consist of a variety of therapy like deep cleansing, hydration, anti-aging, desensitizing, etc. Most Spa in Kathmandu follow the same basic steps: Cleanse, exfoliate, extract, massage, and mask, but products like oil and active ingredients differ according to the type of skin.

The necessary process consists of a detailed consultation to determine the treatment required. A cleanse and tone of the skin; exfoliation to eliminate dead skin cells; a head, neck and shoulder massage; a mask for the specific skin type being treated, toning of the skin and using treatment creams thoroughly are some of its essential therapies.

3) Body Treatments:

Body treatments usually contain a mixture of body scrub - which is usually a great add on before a massage and can help get rid of dead skin and other blemishes on your skin - body wrap and lotion to properly moisturize and rejuvenate your skin. It is important to consult your therapist and make sure to ask any questions you might have regarding the scent they will use or how the scrub will be removed from your body. Some spas make their own scrubs, but most of the Spa in Kathmandu use a pre-made scrub from a big tub because it's so much easier.

A body scrub can be considered a stand-alone treatment, but it is often combined with a special body wrap that is either hydrating (adding moisture to the skin) or detoxifying (anything with clay, mud, or seaweed). Make sure to ask the therapist for what to expect and how gentle or rough you want them to be throughout the process.

4) Manicure and Pedicure:

A manicure treatment is the treatment of nails, cuticles, and the skin on the hands up to the elbow. Pedicure treatment is done to the feet rather than hands.

Manicures and pedicures have substantial health benefits. It helps in increasing blood circulation and improves the wellbeing of your nails. Moreover, it helps to keep your hands and feet smooth and delicate along with helping to prevent infections. Pedicures include care not only for the toenails but the dead skin cells are rubbed off the bottom of the feet using stones or a brush. Skincare is often provided up to the knee area, including methods such as granular exfoliation, moisturizing, and massage.

 

Tips to get the best spa in Nepal

If you are a first-time spa-goer and the thought of choosing the best treatment still seems daunting to you, then we have some tips for you to consider while visiting a Spa Kathmandu, Nepal.

  • Ask lots of questions while you are booking your session to make sure that the spa suits your personal needs.

  • Get there 15 mins early so you can start the process of relaxation by changing into your robes, making use of the sauna or steam services if they have it or just relax around tranquil music.

  • Communicate with your practitioner. There is really no need to hesitate because they are there for your benefit and they are welcome to suggestions on how your experience can be improved.

  • If you prefer a male or female therapist don’t be shy to state your request when you book your treatment

  • Hydrate yourself before and after the Spa treatment.

  • Try to clear your schedule for the rest of the day after your treatment. You’ll definitely want some time to relax and just absorb all the effects of your treatment.

If you want more information about the price then check out Spa in Kathmandu or Spa in Nepal for more information.

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