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November 1, 2019

Naupaka Spa & Wellness Centre Launches New Menu


The Naupaka Spa & Wellness Centre at the Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina launched a new menu of services focusing on wholeness and incorporating local customs and ingredients, and I was very, very lucky to have been treated to TWO of the new treatments!


After being welcomed with refreshing kombucha and completing an intake form, I was escorted on a brief tour of the facilities, which included a steam room, sauna, whirlpool, and relaxation areas. 








My first treatment was the Fire and Ice Massage, which reflected fire from the volcano, and snow from the peaks of the mountains.


This treatment involved a selection between Mauka (mountain) and Makai (ocean) oils for use during the massage, and the simultaneous use of heated basalt rocks and chilled stones to help stimulate blood flow.


I initially expected to feel one sensation at a time, so I was surprised to feel both heat and cold at the same time.  The process is intended to help reduce inflammation, and it was a very calming feeling.

My 80-minute massage involved head-to-toe pampering, as my scalp, shoulders, back, legs, arms, feet, and even my stomach were manipulated in ways to release tension and toxins. 

The entire experience was just amazing.  My therapist made sure to check if it was okay to do a head and stomach massage prior to the beginning of the treatment, and made sure the pressure was okay as the procedure went on. She made sure the lighting and even the music was to my liking.

The 80 minutes flew by, and by the time it was done, I was in a delightful daze.  After putting my robe back on, I totally forgot my therapist's instructions, and just stood in the room for a few minutes before I opened the door and found her standing patiently outside with a cup of water.

Next up was the Hulali (to glow) Hawaiian Healing Facial. 

This 80-minute procedure utilizes O`o Hawaii skincare products, which consists of 100% vegetarian, non-GMO ingredients.

During the treatment, my skin was cleansed and massaged, and the O`o Brilliant Feather Beauty Balm was applied, which aides in rejuvenating the skin to give it a nice glow.  A jade gua sha was also used to help stimulate blood flow. 

I lost count at how many times I dozed off!

I was in a state of pure bliss, and by the time the procedure was done, my entire being felt completely refreshed. 

At the end of the treatments, I spent some time in the sauna to help release toxins, took a shower, and then relaxed and sipped on champagne. 


Other new treatments, according to a press release, include:
  • Quest for Wholeness, a signature spa experience tailored by the guest to include a selection of customized hand, foot, back, head and scalp therapies to enhance a traditional Lomilomi massage or Hulali, a locally sourced superfood crystal healing facial.
  • Warrior is a deep tissue treatment designed to ease the rigors experienced in Kane hula (which can include tree climbing and rock running – an intensive form of traditional training practiced by male hula dancers.) The treatment incorporates deep pressure and therapeutic techniques to stretch tight muscles and relieve pain, utilizing blended arnica oil to release blockage and congestion in the muscle tissue.
  • Hinuhinu Gloss and Glow is an intensely hydrating full body therapy beginning with dry brush exfoliation followed by an application of tropically infused hydrating gloss. In full body wrap, guests enjoy a coconut hair treatment and scalp massage, finishing with a shea butter application to lock in moisture for sun-kissed, glowing skin.
  • Moemoeā Dream Massage releases tension in the cranial area, beginning with aromatherapy followed by a warm oil hair and scalp massage and continuing with time dedicated to massaging the feet to achieve a purely rebalanced and dreamy state.
Naupaka Spa & Wellness Centre also offers an outdoor lap pool, tennis courts, a salon, and health club. 


Whether you prefer massages or facials, or simply need some "me-time" to relax and rejuvenate, check out Naupaka Spa & Wellness Centre's new offerings!

Naupaka Spa & Wellness Centre
Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina
92-1001 Olani St
Kapolei, HI 96707

Mahalo to the Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina for hosting my spa treatments. Gratuity was paid on my own.

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