The Ritz-Carlton, JBR and Rituals Cosmetics to host final wellness session of 2019

Focusing on treatments around the Ayurveda philosophy

Participants will be given a buy-one-get-one free deal on treatments at the hotel’s spa
Participants will be given a buy-one-get-one free deal on treatments at the hotel’s spa

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai in JBR and Rituals Cosmetics has announced its final wellness session of the year, focusing this month on the healing practices of Ayurveda.

Taking place on December 9, the hotel will prepare a number of wellness activities, including a 60-minute functional range conditioning class, a massage, Tai Chi, yoga and aqua aerobics, Pilates, and treatments using oils.

The activities are all said to be based on the philosophy of Ayurveda, working to nurture both body and soul.

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Participants will be given a buy-one-get-one free deal on treatments at the hotel’s spa, as well as a day’s access to the beach and pool on site.

The session commences at 10:30am at the hotel’s Gulf Lawn. It will cost AED 95, which includes drinks, a goodie bag, day pass, parking and kids’ club access.

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