Deliver Your News to the World

InterContinental Hotels & Resorts launches two Signature TCM spa treatments exclusively in Greater China


First TCM Herbal Spa Range Developed for a Hotel Group by Eu Yan Sang.

Singapore.- InterContinental® Hotels & Resorts announced today the launch of two signature spa treatments using Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) herbal spa products created by Eu Yan Sang, a leader in the TCM industry. This range of spa herbal products is a first created by Eu Yan Sang exclusively for InterContinental® Hotels & Resorts in Greater China.

The two signature spa treatments themed “Yin” and “Yang” are inspired by the basic TCM principles of Yin and Yang - complementary opposites within a greater whole or a process of harmonisation creating a dynamic balance of all things. Eu Yan Sang created a range of pre-packed herbs selected based on the principle of Yin and Yang for relaxing and energising respectively, which the spa then mixes with either oil or water during its treatments. Made from 100 per cent natural herbs, there is no addition of artificial colourings, preservatives, or artificial fragrance in these products.

Designed for the jet setting executives who needs to relax or recharge themselves, each spa ritual combines a body exfoliant, wrap, massage with special oil and herbal tea.

The Yin Ritual - Relaxing

Stress is a part of modern living, and the “Yin” ritual will help to calm the body and mind and detoxify the body. The herbs best suited for calming have cooling properties, and include fragrances like geranium, lotus and peppermint.

Relaxing Massage - deeply soothing, and performed with skillfully firm pressure. The comforting botanical elements of geranium, lavender and marjoram, known to calm nerves and relieve stress, will be smoothed onto your body, absorbed, and leave you feeling deliciously light in body and mind, and ready for the next treatment. Herbs used in the relaxing massage oil include geranium, lavender, marjoram, rosemary, sweet almond and grape seed (Mi Die Xiang / Xun Yi Cao / Tian Xing Ren You /Ma Yu Lan / Pu Tao Zi You).

Relaxing Body Scrub - Cleansing and calming, the skin will be encouraged to heal and the mind settle after this tranquil treatment. Herbs used include wolfberry bark (di gu pi), coix seed (yi yi ren), ampelopsis (bai lian) and sea salt (hai yan).

Relaxing Body Wrap - induces relaxation in the most stressed guest and aids the reduction of water retention. Lotus leaves soothe irritation and inflammation on the skin, while pearl powder helps heal the body’s complexion and clear skin pigmentation. Herbs used includes Chinese yam (shan yao), poria (fu ling) and lotus leaf (he ye).

Relaxing Tea - any remaining tension in the mind and body will be washed away by American Ginseng, which refreshes while it soothes. Peppermint will encourage a gentle energy that clears the head and lifts the senses, offering a profoundly therapeutic end to the relaxing treatments. Herbs used include American ginseng (yang shen xu), peppermint (bo he), citrus peel (qing pi) and poria (fu ling).

The Yang Ritual - Energising

Smooth energy flow is essential to good health, so when the body needs to be energised, the “Yang” ritual will help boost the Qi (energy) and blood (circulation) while clearing any blockages. Herbs used have warming properties and work to nourish the body and mind.

Energising Body Exfoliation - the first treatment in this ritual will awaken the body’s inner vitality, activating the Qi within the body. Traditional herbs used to protect and repair the body’s tissues, such as the fragrant twigs of the mulberry tree, will spread their botanical power deep into the body to reduce stress and initiate the re-energising journey. Herbs used include garden balsam stem (tou gu cao), mulberry twig (sang zhi), acorus rhizome (shi chang pu) and clove (ding xiang).

Energising Body Wrap - The treatment will showcase salvia root, effective in promoting circulation and calming the mind, together with several herbs for boosting the flow of energy in the body. Herbs used are salvia root (dan shen), atractylodes rhizome (cang zhu), sappan wood (su mu) and tangerine peel (chen pi).

Energising Massage - a deliciously light but effective body work which will work its magic not only on tired muscles but also invigorate the mind. Black pepper and lemongrass continue to increase blood circulation, ease muscular fatigue and improve the digestion. Herbs used in the massage oil include black pepper, lemongrass, rosemary, lemon, sweet almond and grape seed (Mi Die Xiang/ Ning Meng/ Hei Hu Jiao/ Tian Xing Ren you/ Ning Meng Xiang Cao/ Pu Tao Zi You).

Good digestion is key to feeling energetic. Patchouli fires up the digestive system while Korean red ginseng boosts energy by repairing and enlivening the body’s cells. Both are ingredients of the delicious Energising Tea, to be sipped at the end of the energising spa experience for the ultimate in rejuvenation. Herbs used include red ginseng root (hong shen xu), licorice root (gan cao) and dried ginger (gan jiang) and patchouli (huo xiang).


This news content was configured by WebWire editorial staff. Linking is permitted.

News Release Distribution and Press Release Distribution Services Provided by WebWire.