Personalized spa treatments, including massages, facials, bath rituals, manicures, pedicures, and more create unique experiences to ensure optimal rest and relaxation. These unique spa experiences enhance any of our treatments and allow you to reconnect body, mind and spirit.

Quartz Spa & Aura Lounge

These amenities provide a self-guided journey to well-being and balance.  Our Quartz Spa offers you time to retreat before or after your treatment with our Crystal Sauna, which aids in recovery, detox and flushing toxins, while our hydrotherapy area provides deeply relaxing water therapy.  Our Aura Lounge is ideal for a post-treatment meditation or soothing nap to prolong the benefits of your treatment.


The Night Spa – Suite Serenity

Couples are invited to step away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and rediscover each other with our bespoke Night Spa, where our lovely Anda Spa is exclusively yours.  Begin your evening with one hour of private use of the Quartz Spa, which you are encouraged to bond by soaking in the hydrotherapy tub, detoxing in our beautiful crystal dry sauna, and relaxing on the heated lounge chairs.  Your 2 hour experience includes an  Alchemy Aroma Journey allowing you to each create a custom scent to be used throughout your restorative ritual.  A full body dry brush exfoliation, followed a by an application of an aromatic and luxurious cocoa butter that you will cocoon you allowing the butter to melt into your skin, a hot oil scalp treatment, and full body massage.  Your choice of a Knesko Nano Gold Eye Repair Collagen Mask or Peppermint Foot Therapy are to be enjoyed alongside your hot oil scalp massage. Upon completion of your treatment, we invite you to sip champagne, local kombucha, or Rishi Tea in our serene Aura Lounge.


Forest Bathing

Forest Bathing (Shinrin-yoku) is a practice which began in Japan in the early 80’s, but likely informally much earlier, in which participants walk slowly and purposefully along forest trails while concentrating on different details along the way.  Its focus is on taking in the forest air with all your senses. The goal is not to get to a destination, as in hiking; but rather to appreciate the journey and notice the small things along the way.