Three best spa treatments for sleep

Best spa treatments for sleep - Espa Life at Corinthia

To celebrate World Sleep Day, The Spa Man has curated a list of the best spa treatments for sleep. These have all been expertly designed to help promote a good night’s sleep so you feel rested and refreshed by morning.

It takes more than a good massage (although that does certainly help) you should add in some aromatherapy and mindfulness, plus some specific breathing techniques to soothe the mind, body and soul. With a quiet mind and a relaxed body, you are sure to get a good night’s sleep. So here’s three of the best spa treatments for sleep.

Three best spa treatments for sleep 

Three of the best spa treatments for sleep - Voya Mindful Dreams - The Spa Man

Voya Mindful Dreams

Voya Mindful Dreams

Voya believes that good sleep is essential to wellbeing and the body’s inner balance (and I have to agree) and that the ability to relax both body and mind is essential to a healthy life (yep). The treatment uses the therapeutic Tranquil treatment range of products and combines this with a heavenly full Voya body massage. It blends both Balinese and Hawaiian techniques (two of my favourites) and the massage includes rhythmic, powerful and flowing movements over the entire body. Calming and soothing the ritual helps to nurture inner mindfulness, calmness and serenity ensuring a restful, rejuvenating night’s sleep.


ESPA Life at Corinthia Sleep Ritual

Quieten your mind and release physical tension and emotional anxieties with this tailor-made experience. It helps to balance mind and body with guided breathing and visualisation combined with deeply therapeutic massage to help clear the mind and enable you to completely switch-off, ensuring an uninterrupted and blissful night’s sleep. Includes Full Body Massage with Hot Stones, Therapeutic Scalp Massage, Pressure Point Foot Massage with Binaural Rhythms.



Neom Organics Sleep Treatment

Neom Organics has masterminded a unique spa treatments, available in its Wimbledon Store to help you sleep. The 60 and 90 minute treatment options include meditation, shiatsu, Thai massage, trigger point and reflexology techniques, and each one has been created to provide true therapeutic wellbeing benefits.