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Soak in a zestful Spa Holiday in South Australia

Travel News Asia updated Monday, 26 June 2006

As a land of gourmet food, reputable wines and besotting natural wonders, South Australia is also a destination to soak in the mood and take a relaxing break at some of the pampering Spa treats available. Here are just a couple of places you could try to put the zest back into life:

An Enchantment in Natural Surroundings

Aquador Retreat, set in Mount Barker, Adelaide Hills, is a boutique size spa retreat featuring accommodation in four bedrooms, a restaurant and wet and dry treatment rooms on a five acre setting. Treatment packages include a half day or full day session. The menu offers a healthy and sumptuous indulgent meal prepared by a gourmet chef. The facility can be booked for private use and pre-wedding groups are well taken care of. The spa offers a soothing atmosphere where you can reflect and recuperate in a harmonious surrounding.

Life Spa

Life Spa, located in Glenside - east of Adelaide, is where you can indulge yourself with some European-style pampering, or try one of the treatments to promote an all-round well being. Visitors can choose from aromatherapy, acu-pressure, shiatsu, reiki, reflexology, facials, body wraps and hot stone therapy. One of the first of its kind in the state, Life Spa offers a holistic approach integrated with bio-energy healing alongside the more conventional methods such as remedial massage. Life Spas wellness centre also offers an advanced hydrotherapy treatment. Tai Chi and Qigong classes are conducted by a resident master George Lee. Meditation, yoga and pilates classes are also available, as are Pre-natal yoga classes for expectant mothers. The Spa Oceana tub resembles a futuristic space capsule and uses the natural healing powers of water, steam, heat and massage for a customised spa experience.

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