Tagaytay-based Anya Resort becomes the first resort to offer infrared spa therapy.
The AHG-managed resort has been offering since March 1 far-infrared ray therapy using Vital Dome machine.
“Anya is the first resort in the country to bring in this healthful technology and we hope that other hotels and resorts will follow suit,” says Katherine Alejar, chief executive and chief innovator for i3, Vital Dome’s exclusive distributor in the country.
“Anya isn’t just the first resort in the country to have the Vital Dome,” Alejar is quick to add, “there may already be a Dome in place at Hong Kong’s W Hotel, but our presence at Anya is also the first-ever for any Southeast Asian hospitality destination.”
Patented and manufactured in France, the Vital Dome uses Far Infrared Rays (FIRs) generated by carbon panels within the device to give users a sense of relaxation and renewed well-being.
Unlike traditional saunas or massage machines, the Vital Dome’s FIRs penetrate deep into the skin, accelerating regeneration on a cellular level as it safely raises the body’s core temperature. The process enables the body to sweat out toxins and other impurities as a way to stay healthy and keep infections at bay.
According to the makers of the machine, the regenerative action of FIRs reduces internal inflammation which, in turn, helps in long-term pain management. It is also instrumental in healthy weight management and body shaping.
Guests who wish to try the latest addition to Anya’s fitness and wellness amenities can try it out at the resort’s Niyama Wellness Center as a standalone treatment. Use of the Vital Dome will be included in future suite and staycation packages.
Combining health and wellness with relaxation is becoming popular among tourism establishments. Among those that already have a Vital Dome in place are the Hotel Prince of Wales in Paris, the Hotel Barriere Le Royale in Deuville, and the Hotel Sassongher in Badia BZ, Italy.
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