Mandarin Oriental launches the Silent Night wellness experience

On Silent Night there will be no talking and no music within the spa

All communication will take place in a brief consultation at the beginning of the spa journey
All communication will take place in a brief consultation at the beginning of the spa journey

The Spas at Mandarin Oriental will be launching its annual Silent Night experience on 11 December 2019.

On Silent Night, all the Group’s spas will offer their regular treatment menu but after 5pm there will be no talking and music within the spa. All communication will take place in a brief consultation at the beginning of the spa journey.

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s spa director, Jeremy McCarthy said: “A lot of the value of a spa experience comes from simply disconnecting from technology and experiencing time for yourself in silence. During this stressful time of the year, we want to create a space where people can press the pause button and have some time to think, meditate or just take a break from being inundated with noise.”

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The Digital Wellness Escape is an 80-minute experience that aims at grounding both body and mind through the power of human touch and is designed to provide a calming and peaceful respite from the outside world and the stress of repetitive movements. 

Global Wellness Institute’s CEO, Susie Ellis said: “Wellness experts agree that silence, and the absence of incessant digital noise, is key to our health and wellbeing. What a perfect time of year to create an opportunity for people to experience disconnection, silence and stillness along with the health benefits that result.”

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