Tanah Gajah Introduces New Spa Menu

Tanah Gajah Introduces New Spa Menu

Tanah Gajah, a Resort by Hadiprana, is freshening up with a new spa brand and a decadent new collection of beauty rituals and signature therapies available at the Ubud property’s spa.

Pevonia, a US-based skincare company with products derived from nature and an ethos that highlights clean, natural, and sustainably-sourced beauty, is now the main brand to feature in The SPA at Tanah Gajah. With the switch comes a host of new therapies.

Pevonia, a US-based skincare company with products derived from nature

The Pevonia Caviar & Pearl Luxe facial, the most opulent treatment now on the menu, is a 90-minute anti-aging experience that includes indulgent elements along with the brand’s exclusive ingredient Escutox, a natural alternative to Botox, for supple skin and radiance. Inspired by the property’s location is a new ritual, Pevonia Divine Tropical Escape, 120-minutes of rejuvenation with a mango and passionfruit saltmousse body scrub and a relaxing massage using nourishing tropical body butter.

Along with several new signature treatments, facials and body polishes are the resort’s popular mainstays including the Chakra Balancing massage, Ancient Balinese massage, and Tibetan Ku Nye massage. Their collection of Oriental Rituals, two hours plus of full-body pampering inspired by and incorporating healing practices from their namesake country, are still on offer. These include the Thai Oriental Ritual, India Oriental Ritual and Bali Oriental Ritual.

A scenic soak at Tanah Gajah

Each spa suite is equipped with a private changing area, bathroom, steam room and toilet, allowing guests to immerse themselves in a private sanctuary. The adjustable hydraulic massage beds feature high-quality and soft mattresses for deep relaxation and each suite overlooks tranquil rice fields.

Outside of the spa, Tanah Gajah Ubud offers a range of wellness activities, including purification ceremonies, a local custom to wash away what is no longer needed and restore balance; and cooking classes, centered around fresh, organic ingredients grown on site and hosted by the property’s long-term chef. Chef Dean is also able to personalize menus for any special dietary needs.

Complimentary morning yoga is held daily (except Mondays) in an open air Balinese-style pavilion. Rice paddy trekking, a 60-minute guided stroll through the surrounding fields that invites mindfulness, is also available free-of-charge.

For more information visit: https://tanahgajahubud.com/en

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