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‘Masters of Wellness’ join Four Seasons HK
    2018-January-26  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

FROM monthly guided full-moon meditations to unique healing therapies, the Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong has always led the way with groundbreaking wellness concepts. In 2018 the Spa expands the horizons of health and beauty with the launch of “Masters of Wellness,” a new series featuring some of the most forward-thinking, wellbeing experts on the ground today. This on-going series of residencies will allow guests to experience a wide range of innovative healing therapies.

Shoshana Weinberg, senior director of the Spa, believes that true beauty radiates from within. With “Masters of Wellness,” guests will have the opportunity to explore new frontiers of health and find the inner peace from which true beauty flows.

Finding the golden balance of life is a continuous journey. With a portfolio of soul and astrology readings, spiritual intuitive Justin Andries is in house at the Spa from Feb. 5 to 9 to help guests open new doors and achieve their maximum potential for the New Year. Andries has traveled extensively in Asia, South Africa, Australia and North America, observing different cultures, spiritual beliefs and ways of life. His intuitive way of weaving information together offers insightful tips on how to renew energy and purpose.

The “Masters of Wellness” series continues in March with Caroline Kremer, a leading practitioner of Bowen Therapy, a remedial hands-on technique designed to holistically address symptoms and sources of body pain, ideal for athletes or those recovering from lingering injuries.

April follows with the welcome of yoga guru, Siddhartha, who will lead a five-day intensive yoga course.(Tang Li)

 

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