The experience begins with an opening meditation for relaxation and an ayurvedic, Indian head massage to ease tension and boost well-being. This is followed by a chakra-balancing back massage using hot poultices, thought to provide many well-being benefits. The experience is completed with a therapeutic foot ritual focusing on pressure points.
This spa treatment is ideal for those who are seeking deeper relaxation and a reduction in tension and headaches. It conditions dry areas of skin leaving it hydrated and smooth with the use of Comfort Zone’s Body Strategist oil. This oil consists of sweet almond oil which contains nutrients beneficial to the skin, sunflower oil providing moisture, crambe abyssinica seed oil giving nourishment to the skin, and centella asiatica with anti-aging properties.
The treatment incorporates Comfort Zone’s signature fragrance, the Tranquillity Blend containing essential oils, cedarwood, sweet orange, rose and sandalwood which help relieve stress and improve sleep.
After the treatment, the therapist will serve a hot cup of therapy tea from Camilla's Tea House, guests will then be able to rest or doze for a few moments feeling a sense of contentment.
The therapist will then take guests to the calm of the Spa Boutique to show the products used during the treatment with the opportunity to purchase to continue skin care at home. When two or more products are purchased from the Comfort Zone range, receive a complimentary Comfort Zone Beauty Ampoule box set.
Rockliffe Hall has been named a winner at the Hotel Cateys 2022, with Commercial Director, Teresa Kingston, winning the sought-after Revenue Manager of the Year award, whilst the hotel was shortlisted for the Best Use of Technology and House Keeper of the Year awards.
Celebrated chef Paul Nicholson will become Head Chef of the flagship Orangery restaurant later this month.
Rockliffe Hall scoops the ‘Luxury Spa of the Year’ award at the North East Beauty Industry Awards.