Four Seasons Hotel Beirut to host energy healer for a month

Tim Stoneman will offer one-to-one emotional well-being sessions from September 2 until October 2, 2019

Private consultations are available at The Spa as of September 2, 2019.
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Private consultations are available at The Spa as of September 2, 2019.

Guests and visitors of Four Seasons Hotel Beirut are invited to benefit from one-to-one emotional well-being sessions performed by visiting energy healer and Reiki expert Tim Stoneman at The Spa from September 2 until October 2, 2019.

Originally from the UK, Stoneman specialises in stress reduction, sleep and happiness.

Guests of Four Seasons Hotel Beirut can choose between a number of healing sessions: an hour-long reiki therapy session, which focuses on energy flow essential to balance inner emotions and channel negativity out of body and mind; and a 90 minute sleep therapy session, during which guests are guided to unwind their subconscious mind for a much better sleep experience in the future.

Private consultations are available at The Spa as of September 2, 2019, and can be booked by calling the hotel.

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