At Carden Park the spa team are always looking for the latest treatments and innovative ways to pamper our guests.

We are thrilled to now be offering three Thai Poultice treatments. So to find out more about the treatments we asked our Spa Manager Julie-Anne a few questions:

What is a Thai Poultice treatment?

The treatments are an alternative to a traditional massage. Two major‚ differences are the use of Thai stretching‚ techniques and a warmed‚ poultice, this is filled with herbs and oils tailored to your needs which provide you maximum benefit during the treatment.

A poultice is used, but what is this?

A poultice is made of soft fabric which soothes the body when used and holds the ingredients‚ and oils chosen by you and your therapist before your treatment. During the treatment the poultices are warmed and placed on your body using a massage technique.

What are the different ingredients and their benefits?

Here at Carden we have two different types of poultice:

  • Traditional Thai herbal poultice which is perfect if you have any aching muscles and want to purify and rebalance the body
  • Coconut poultice,‚ this‚ works to condition your skin with an anti-oxidant that deeply moisturises

How do I decide which treatment is for me?

We are sure you will love them all! However, if in doubt our team will be able to help you decide the best Thai Poultice treatment for you. All include gentle Thai style stretches, use of the warm herbal poultice and a hands on massage however the Thai Poultice Experience and the Thai Poultice Ritual are a real treat and both combine further treatments to enhance your experience.

Hopefully we will see you at Carden Spa very soon!

Julie-Anne

 

If you would like to experience the new Thai Poultice treatments find out more on our spa treatments page.

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