Forget your to-do list for the day and make your way to one of the excellent Bannatyne health clubs available across the UK, accompanied by a lucky guest of your choice. You’ll both enjoy use of the facilities for as long as you wish before taking a break from relaxing with a 70 minute pampering experience made up of three different treatments.
On arrival you will meet with one of the health club's receptionists who will confirm the time of your treatments, where to go to have them. Following your treatments, spend the rest of your day enjoying unlimited use of the health and fitness club facilities which typically include an extensive air-conditioned gym, pool, spa pool, steam room and sauna, as well as a program of fitness classes including Tai Chi, pilates, boxercise or aerobics.
Your day will involve a reviving 70 minute treatment each, as well as unlimited use of the spa’s facilities, which will ensure you reach a completely peaceful place.
Your treatment will be carried out by a professional beauty therapist and you will receive the following: An Energising Facial & a Swedish Back Neck and Shoulder massage with the choice of leg, hand, foot or scalp massage or a Nail file and polish.
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 experience is available Monday to Thursday, throughout the year, subject to opening times and availability.
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