Hawaii Mom Blog: Na Ho'ola Spa Aromatherapy Hot Stone Massage + Kama`aina Specials




April 15, 2016

Na Ho'ola Spa Aromatherapy Hot Stone Massage + Kama`aina Specials

Na Ho’ola Spa, located on the fifth floor of Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort and Spa at 2424 Kalakaua Avenue, announces a new quarterly promotion and exclusive kama’aina menu. Enjoy a peaceful moment surrounded by aromatic scents with the Malie-Sweet Serenity (80 minutes for $245) and Nanea-Aroma Stone Tranquility (50 minutes for $165 or 80 minutes for $240) massages, May 1 through August 31, 2016. Also available for a limited time is an exclusive menu for kama’aina featuring Arctic Berry Peel + Peptide Facial (50 minutes for $120 or 80 minutes for $165) and Waikiki Glam Massage (50 minutes for $120 or 80 minutes for $165). During the promotion period, reduced pricing is also available for the Shiatsu Massage, Champagne Body Scrub, Na Ho’ola Body Cleanse, and Refreshing Facial. Reservations may be made online at nahoolaspawaikiki.com, at (808) 237-6330 or by email at nahoolaspahnlrw@hyatt.com.

“Aromatherapy has many benefits to the muscles and mindset,” says Yoshimi Anderson, director of Na Ho’ola Spa. “By blending scents of cinnamon, cardamom, allspice and sweet vanilla, our Malie-Sweet Serenity leaves the skin soft, muscles relaxed, and the mind calm. With Nanea-Aroma Stone Tranquility, the luxurious combination of 100% active essential oils is designed to release tensions while balancing the body’s energies and promote intense relaxation and rejuvenation.”

Malie-Sweet Serenity features a gentle sugar and spice exfoliation scrub followed by an essential oil aroma balm that incorporates Na Ho’ola Spa’s signature hot stone massage. Nanea-Aroma Stone Tranquility offers a beautiful harmony of everlasting flower, lemongrass, lemon, frankincense, rose, chamomile, grapefruit, rose and myrrh. The kama’aina Arctic Berry Peel + Peptide Facial will tackle skin imperfections while the Waikiki Glam Massage is the perfect customized treat for those working long hours every day. The kama’aina exclusives are available only to residents or military stationed in Hawaii. To find out more, please visit nahoolaspawaikiki.com

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