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Bannatyne Classic Choice Pamper Day
Unwind and escape from it all with this relaxing spa day package that includes a 25 minute treatment, plus enjoy unlimited use of the leisure and relaxation facilities.
You can choose between two of the most popular beauty treatments, either a facial or massage, so you can opt for whichever takes your fancy on the day.
An express facial is designed to give a quick, instant pick me-up by cleansing, rehydrating and rebalancing the skin to leave you feeling fully refreshed. The upper body massage is designed to target key areas that hold stress and to relieve muscle aches and pains. It is excellent for knots in shoulders and will help you feel wonderfully relaxed.
Once you have enjoyed your treatment, you are free to spend the rest of day at the health club, making the most of the opportunity to relax. Facilities vary depending on location, but typically include: an air conditioned gym complete with an extensive array of equipment for anyone who wants a good work out; a pool where you can swim a few lengths or just enjoy a nice relaxing soak; maybe you’ll opt for the sauna and steam room which is ideal for relieving muscle tension; or there’s the Jacuzzi where the warm water will help you unwind; and if you’re feeling energetic after your treatment there’s a variety of exercise classes such as Boxercise, Pilates, Tai Chi and aerobics, please note classes are subject to availability and location.
A little pampering is the perfect escape from the daily hustle and bustle of life.
Please inform the venue of any skin allergies or medical conditions that may affect you taking part. A health check will be required which may result in the venue requesting a medical certificate.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This package is available on selected dates, throughout the year, subject to availability.
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