Six Senses integrated wellness programme launches at Switzerland’s Alpina Gstaad
The Six Senses integrated wellness programme is launching at the Alpina Gstaad resort in Switzerland.
The programme, which will be available to guests from June 3, incorporates sleep, nutrition, yoga, movement, meditation and mindfulness, among other areas.
The programme begins with a health assessment, covering elements including heart function, circulation, metabolism and body composition.
An initial consultation is also held with guests, to determine their lifestyle, health concerns and goals and help tailor the programme to the individual. The personalised programme features one wellness activity and one spa treatment a day, as well as nutritional advice.
Guests also have a consultation at the end of their stay, to assess the results, and receive advice on how to continue a healthy regime once they return home.
The programme, which aims to address health aspects such as weight management, detoxing, stress, fitness and the immune system, is available as a three-night or five-night package.
The Six Senses Spa at the Alpina Gstaad features 12 treatment rooms, including Ayurveda, colour therapy, flotation, colonic hydrotherapy, salt, oriental and cave rooms – the latter designed for couples’ treatments.
Other facilities at the spa include a hammam, an indoor and an outdoor pool, two whirlpools, a yoga studio, juice bar and fitness centre, a relaxation room with sensory pods and heated waterbeds, and a children’s play area in the salt room.
The male and female changing rooms feature ice fountains and ice showers, saunas and hot and cold plunge pools.