The St. Regis Abu Dhabi to host Balinese energy healer in April

The Remede Spa will offer private healing sessions and a group healing class hosted by Guru Made Sumantra

Guru Made Sumantra
Guru Made Sumantra

The Remède Spa at The St. Regis Abu Dhabi will is set to offer sessions by Balinese healing master, Guru Made Sumantra, in April 2019.

The private one hour healing sessions will be held from April 2-6 from 10am to 11pm priced at AED 600 (US$163) , and a group healing class with yoga techniques on April 4 from 5-6pm priced at AED 195 ($53) including refreshments and a yoga mat.

Remède spa director Zoe Zkeri said in a statement: "After the very successful healing classes in 2016, we’re very pleased to welcome back Guru Made Sumantra to the hotel and to offer this very special and unique opportunity to the Abu Dhabi community."

According to the statement, Sumantra’s healing techniques work on the mind, body and soul, raising the body’s natural cell system and healing system, balancing emotional, mental and physical energy, strengthening self-protection from negative influences and developing the opening process of the chakra, major and minor.

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