Elbow Beach, Bermuda brings The Spa to the Beach

Travel News Asia 19 July 2005

The Spa at Elbow Beach, Bermuda (a Mandarin Oriental Spa) has introduced beach massage and yoga to its repertoire of holistic therapies.

Elbow Beach is an award winning resort with 235 rooms spread amongst the main building and a quaint cottage colony, all located within 50 acres of lush tropical gardens that gently slope down to the resorts renowned pink sand beach.

Elbow Beach - Bermuda

The private beach is an ideal location for yoga and massage. The cool ocean breezes and the clear turquoise water create a serene ambience and promote well-being for the entire mind and body. Personalized and relaxing massages are performed under airy beach cabanas and can be booked at the Beach Reception Desk. Cabana massages cost $150 for 50 minutes and are available from 10:30am to 4:30pm every day.

Yoga classes are scheduled at both sunrise and sunset in order to gain the most benefit from this spiritual art. There is a choice of nine classes held over six days a week. Yoga Master, Rajendra Prasad Pandey leads every class. Rajendra was brought up in the Holy City of Rishikesh, located in the Indian Himalayas and has devoted his life to the ancient practices of Hatha Yoga, meditation and Ayurveda. Before coming to Bermuda, he worked at The Ananda in the Himalayas.

The Spa has six private spa suites, including two couples suites. This concept of complete privacy means that guests enjoy holistic treatments from the international team of highly trained therapists in tranquil seclusion.

Sharon Holtz, Spa Manager said, "We have a beautiful beach which is the perfect setting to enjoy a relaxing afternoon massage, as well as sunrise and sunset yoga. What could be better than listening to the waves and gazing out at the beautiful turquoise waters while doing something that focuses on ones well-being?"

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