Fusion Maia, Asia's first all inclusive spa resort, has launched their Natural Living Programme which encompasses spirit-lifting activities, nourishing cuisine and new spa menu. A range of healing massages, yoga, breathing workshops, meditation, mood boarding, spa workshops and tai chi brings balance and calm, ensuring guests leave feeling nurtured and relaxed?.
The new spa menu is inspired by both the medical and the holistic. It still offers the regular treatments such as massages and facials but a new element has been added with innovative new treatments such as the 'Fusion Feeling'. This is a healing treatment that helps guests to reconnect with their natural self. No two Fusion Feeling treatments are the same, because the therapists are trained to provide free-flow nurturing tailored to each individual guest, using a fusion of techniques. Designed to channel energy, it is the tangible manifestation of the entire Fusion philosophy: it promotes connections, stimulates health, conveys warmth and leaves guests at peace.
All wellness treatments at Fusion Maia are available to all guests at no extra cost - the first of its kind in Asia. Fifty wellness specialists offer a range of wraps, body polishes and facials, plus classes including yoga and meditation. To ensure guests are completely relaxed and not concerned with additional costs and charges, all Maia Spa therapies and activities are offered at anytime and anywhere in the resort, included to all guests as part of the standard room rate.
Fusion Resorts is a forward-thinking resort collection offering the very best of Vietnam. Guided by its two principals, Chief Visionary Officer Louk Lennaert and Chief Executive Officer Marco Van Aggele, Fusion Resorts' spirited team of thoughtful visionaries is dedicated to creating philosophies of substance that both keep harmony with the natural surroundings and surprise guests with individualised care. The company is currently working on a number of diverse hospitality projects under their Fusion Resorts brand, and Fusion Maia will be joined in March 2012 by new resort concept Fusion Alya, a culinary resort collection, where all meals, interactive culinary experiences and private dining are gratis.
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