Ganbanyoku hot stone therapy at Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong

New Eastern Experience spa program

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The award-winning Mandarin Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong presents the ultimate in relaxation as Hong Kong’s first hotel spa to offer Ganbanyoku hot stone therapy.

Originally from Japan, Ganbanyoku is a form of hot stone therapy made of tenshoh seki, or black silica, and natural lava rock that is heated to just over 44 degrees Celsius. The flat rock bed radiates far-infrared rays and emits negative ions to penetrate deep beneath the skin’s surface, stimulating the body’s water molecules and balancing one’s energy. The therapeutic benefits include accelerated metabolism, increased circulation, and release of muscular aches and pains.

Incorporating the spa’s new feature is the launch of the spa program called Eastern Experience. The treatment begins with a 30-minute Ganbanyoku hot stone therapy, followed by a choice of a sakura or yuzu-infused rinse. Guests will then enjoy a 30-minute Azuki Bean Scrub to cleanse and exfoliate the skin while rejuvenating and brightening the complexion. A 90-minute Chinese Meridian Massage is performed to focus on acupressure points and the flow of Qi in the body to encourage a deeper relaxation of the mind and body. After the treatment, a refreshing sakura tea will be served to complete the journey.

Have the ultimate retreat by booking the Ganbanyoku Oasis room package that includes:

  • Accommodation in a City View Room
  • A three-hour Eastern Experience spa program for two people at The Mandarin Spa
  • A 60-minute personal training session for two people at the Fitness Centre
  • Daily breakfast at Clipper Lounge or Café Causette for two people

Available until 30 September 2018 with a minimum two nights’ stay, the package rate starts from HKD 5,875 per room per night, subject to a 10% service charge and upon availability.

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The Eastern Experience spa program is offered year-round and priced at HKD 6,750 on weekdays and HKD 7,560 on weekends per couple, plus a 10% service charge.

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