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Jasmine Maan: Wellness is a commitment

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Shanaya Signature rituals soothe you to the core. (Representative image)

 

jasmineSalon India meets , Spa Head at the located in the premises of the Kempinski Hotel in Delhi to know about wellness and the shift in the mindsets of consumers.

Please tell us about your professional background
I have been working with Shanaya Spa since its inception in 2013,managing the day-to-day operations of the spa, salon and health club. Also ensuring its profitability and quality of service delivery to members and guests. Prior to this I have  worked with the Modi Revlon Group and Visage Beauty and Healthcare.

spa room 1What are your views on the growing wellness industry in India and the world?
Around the world, there is growing interest in changing the way we take care of ourselves – not just our bodies, but also our minds, spirit, society and our planet. These days wellness is no longer a luxury, rather it’s a need of the hour. In addition to the growing environmental concerns, today’s consumers are also suffering from the mounting pressures of modern society-increasingly hectic work schedules, paucity of true leisure time, dealing with social pressures and more. In response, consumers are  taking a step back to re-assess how they live their lives and are seeking inner fulfillment and deeper meaning in their lives and so getting more concerned about wellness.

massuerWhat kind of therapies do you offer?
At Shanaya Spa we offer Ayurvedic treatments as well as a wide range of Asian and European therapies that include relaxing body massages, wraps and scrubs, facials along with the Shanaya Signature Rituals that soothe you to the core. With five beautifully designed therapy rooms including a couple suite, our highly trained masseurs will provide the therapy best suited to your requirement. At Shanaya Spa, apart from Ayurvedic oils, we also use Pevonia skin care products for the body and face treatments.

spa room 11What are the preferences of visitors that come to your spa?
Most of our clients are open to experimenting and trying out newer and unique therapies like the Turkish Hammam and the Ice Fountain experience. We also get a lot of foreign travellers who love to try out Indian treatments.

What are is the spa planning for the future?
In the future we are incorporating new trends of therapies and latest treatments which are in fashion and creating awareness among guests about the importance of wellness.