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February 9, 2018

Spa Helani February Specials

The Westin Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas is pleased to announce that Tifany LeGuyonne has joined the team as the new spa director at the resort’s full-service Spa Helani, a Heavenly Spa by Westin. LeGuyonne brings with her 15 years of spa experience and extensive knowledge in various healing methodologies. LeGuyonne most recently served as the spa manager at Sage Springs Spa at Sunriver Resort in Sunriver, Oregon. In celebration of her appointment, Spa Helani will feature four special treatments, available through Feb. 28, which couple the soothing scent of roses with the relaxing taste of sparkling wine.

The February treatment specials at Spa Helani include:
Champagne and Roses Massage — 50 minutes for $140
Pamper yourself with a relaxation massage paired with a soothing scent of roses. Relax after your treatment with a glass of bubbly on our outdoor lanai.

Champagne and Roses Couples Massage — 50 minutes for $300
A Valentine’s celebration inspiring connection and relaxation in a shared experience. Enjoy classic Swedish-style massage in one of our luxurious couple’s treatment rooms. Afterward, lounge on our outdoor lanai while sipping a cold glass of champagne and nibbling on delicious dark chocolates. 

Hibiscus and Rosehip Organic Facial — 50 minutes for $140
A soothing organic facial using Eminence Organic skincare will leave your skin feeling radiant and looking luminous. Customize your facial with an Arctic Berry Peel for longer-lasting results.

Champagne and Roses Pedicure — 45 minutes for $70
Refresh tired feet with a warm foot soak and pampering foot care. Our highly skilled technicians buff away calluses revealing soft supple feet. A fresh application of lacquer will leave you feeling poolside ready. Add on a polish change for only $20 more.

LeGuyonne will oversee the day-to-day operations of Spa Helani, a Heavenly Spa by Westin, which includes 13 treatment rooms, two outdoor massage cabanas and a nail salon. LeGuyonne will also oversee the resort’s Fresh Fitness program and a satellite retail boutique next door at The Westin Nanea Ocean Villas.

“I’m honored and excited to be joining Spa Helani at The Westin Kaanapali Ocean Resort Villas,” said LeGuyonne. “The team here embodies the spirit of aloha with so much natural authenticity that I wanted to be a part of it. I’m looking forward to developing new and exciting offerings for visitors and locals of Maui. My hope is to create unique ways to inspire guests through mindful treatments and thoughtful amenities.”

LeGuyonne began her wellness career in 2003 when she graduated from an advanced program for massage therapy, focusing on using targeted massage techniques to alleviate pain and elevate athletic performance. She started a private practice and joined the team at Sunriver Springs Spa where she received years of training in lymphatic drainage, hot stone massage, hydrotherapy, body wraps and Ayurveda spa therapies. In 2005, she lived on Maui for a year while working at the spa at Four Seasons Lanai. Upon returning to Oregon, LeGuyonne became a licensed esthetician in 2007 and began extensive training in European and Asian facial massage techniques at Sage Springs Spa and at the Yon-Ka Institute in Los Angeles. In 2009, LeGuyonne attended the Thai Massage Therapy program at ITM in Chiang Mai where she studied Thai massage, Thai body treatments and Thai facials. LeGuyonne began her spa leadership journey in 2012 and had the pleasure of overseeing the Sage Springs Spa team. She has also served as a consultant for other spas around the U.S.


For more information or to book a treatment, please visit westinkaanapali.com/spahelanioverview or call 808-662-2644. 

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