The Ritz-Carlton Dubai collaborates with Rituals Cosmetics

The partnership is for their third edition of wellness sessions

Event attendees can also enjoy complimentary valet parking, goodie bags, a day pass to the resort’s spa, pool and private beach
Event attendees can also enjoy complimentary valet parking, goodie bags, a day pass to the resort’s spa, pool and private beach

The Ritz-Carlton, JBR, Dubai and Rituals Cosmetics will be hosting their third edition of wellness sessions on 9 September 2019. 

Visitors are invited to practice mindfulness with the products of Rituals Cosmetics and a Tai Chi class followed by a meditation session.

The morning will begin with a 60-minute wellness session, followed by mini-massages, treats in the Experience Zone and light refreshments. The venture will help improve muscle strength, balance and flexibility.

Guests can leverage the Ritual of Karma collection, comprising fragrant products such as meditative bed and body mists. Guests in attendance can also take advantage of complimentary treatment upgrades at the hotel’s spa, which can be redeemed within two weeks from the event.

Event attendees can also enjoy complimentary valet parking, goodie bags, a day pass to the resort’s spa, pool and private beach and complimentary Ritz Kids club access for the duration of the session.

The venue for the event is Amwaj, conference and events centre at The Ritz-Carlton, JBR Dubai, beginning at 10:30 am.

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