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MetiNews.Com - A luxury spa has put special hygiene measures in place to ensure guests can return from the beginning of next month.

UK news How this spa is adapting to Covid-19 challenge to welcome back customers last news

MetiNews.Com - A luxury spa has put special hygiene measures in place to ensure guests can return from the beginning of next month.

UK news How this spa is adapting to Covid-19 challenge to welcome back customers last news
02 August 2020 - 14:08

Breaking News ! A luxury spa has put special hygiene measures in place to ensure guests can return from the beginning of next month.Weavers’ House Spa in Lavenham is offering customers six body treatments on its reformed Re-invention Menu.Alex Hurt, spa director, said: “This will be ideal for those who are feeling overwhelmed by lockdown and need a dose of TLC.Weavers House Spa in Lavenham is set to reopen this weekend..Pictured: Chloe Waterson (senior Therapist), Alex Hurt (Spa Director) and Hannah Stewart (Senior Therapist)...PICTURE: Mecha Morton.. (39386426)“We have created a new ‘re-invention treatment menu’ and put special hygiene measures in place to ensure guests can enjoy a safe and peaceful haven.”She added: “Beginning with a hand cleansing ritual, treatments have been carefully curated balancing guests wellbeing with what the therapists can perform, in keeping with Government guidelines.” Weavers House Spa in Lavenham is set to reopen this weekend..Pictured: Chloe Waterson (senior Therapist), Alex Hurt (Spa Director) and Hannah Stewart (Senior Therapist)..

.PICTURE: Mecha Morton.. (39577558)The six body treatments are:- Recovery: A full-body massage and aromatherapy;- Repair: An express manicure and express pedicure followed by a knot soothing back massage; - Renew: Select a manicure or pedicure plus either an upper body massage, foot and leg reviver or hand and arm massage;- Revive: Combines a sugar scrub to get rid of tired skin with an aromatherapy massage;- Restore: A full-body massage with relaxology;- Reboot: An energising glutes and thigh massage, intensive back treatment and an invigorating scalp massage. All treatments will be 90 minutes long reducing and controlling the number of guests in the boutique spa at any one time. The six treatments are all £100 and there are also a range of facials.Weavers House Spa at the Swan in Lavenham, which boasts this courtyard and vitality pool Picture by Ben Brown (38906448)Alex continued: “Mothers can choose from a TLC mother-to-be or a bask in the moment massage.”These blissful pre-natal treatments are available on request from the second trimester.Other measures include a one way-system, only two people permitted in the changing rooms at any one time, hand sanitiser stations and even deeper cleaning of treatment rooms. Front of house staff will be wearing masks and therapists will be wearing a full-face visor. All payments will be taken in advance by card. There is also a bed and breakfast promotion deal available.For more, visit theswanat lavenham.co.uk/spa, call 01787 246 246, or email weavers@theswanatlavenham.co.uk

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UK news How this spa is adapting to Covid-19 challenge to welcome back customers last news


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UK news How this spa is adapting to Covid-19 challenge to welcome back customers last news


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