Self-care will be a top priority for special guests during a unique event at the Shandon Hotel & Spa this March.
The luxury seaside resort hotel at Portnablagh is hosting the Live Well – Reset Me Wellness Retreat on 3rd – 4th March 2019.
The two-day programme contains talks and spa sessions to help people switch-off, relax, rest, re-nourish and reconnect with themselves and nature.
Guests will enjoy a blissful overnight stay in a luxurious Seaview room (complimentary upgrades for the first 10 rooms booked), an array of self care activities, discoveries, comforting soul food and time well spent in the Shandon’s Thermal Spa and its Wild Atlantic coastal surroundings.
“Sometimes you may feel pressure to be everything to everyone, there is only so much a person can give and to give you must take care of yourself first. Learn to increase your self-care activities, explore what is really important to you, reset your self-care goals by giving yourself the ultimate time out and enjoy the experience of this wonderful, live well, reset me retreat,” says the programme guide.
Here’s what’s in store for this blissful Self Care Programme:
Sunday March 3rd
2 pm : Arrival Tea, Coffee Macaroons, Bubbly & Detox Water
2.30pm: Touching base, introductions and setting the scene
3pm: Guided relaxation and exploration of motivational status
4pm: Reset to Live Well
5pm: Personal space time
7pm: Dinner in Marbles Restaurant overlooking the Ocean
Monday March 4th
7.30am: Morning Reset Routine
8:30 am: Breakfast in the McCarthy Suite
9.30 am: Connection to nature : Blue Space: Mindfulness Beach Exploration
10.30 am : Session Endings
11.30 am : Check out of room
12: 30 – 1.5 hrs luxury Thermal Spa session
Then: back to reality, feeling reset, mindful, well rested and fully charged.
The entire retreat costs €199 pps, single room supplement of €30.
To book call or email the hotel 074-9136137 firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information visit Live Well – Reset Me on Facebook or message the page.
Full payment required at the time of booking. All deposits are non-refundable and non-transferable.Tags: