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Seaham Hall partners with ishga to offer touch therapy treatments
By Lauren Heath-Jones 07 Sep 2019
ishga in good hands is a series of customisable treatments designed for those affected by cancer, exhaustion and stress
Seaham Hall, a hotel and spa resort in County Durham, UK, has partnered with seaweed brand ishga to offer ishga in good hands, becoming the second spa in the UK to do so.

Therapists at the spa underwent training with ishga's head of Training, Natalie Rodgers, to deliver ishga in good hands, a series of customisable treatments that combine the natural, healing properties of seaweed with an advanced 'touch' technique. The treatments are aimed at those affected by cancer, anxiety, depression, exhaustion, stress and phobias and can be tailored to the needs of the individual.

Each session begins with a consultation, where the therapist assesses the guest's needs before creating a treatment plan, which includes two therapies from a range of 30-minute treatments, including a Shoulder & Neck massage, Mini Facial, Comforting Foot & Leg massage, Soothing Scalp massage, Hand treatment, Foot treatment and Algae Gel wrap.

Sarah Thornton, head therapist at Seaham Hall's Serenity Spa, said: "The benefits of seaweed in boosting the immune system are astounding, and the treatments are personalised to fit a client's invidual circumstances, taking into consideration mental, physical and overall wellbeing/"

"Clients instantly feel relaxed and able to switch off from troubling thoughts, drifting away into a state of complete calmness."

A treatment plan and 60-minute ritual costs from £85 pp.


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Seaham Hall partners with ishga to offer touch therapy treatments
POSTED 07 Sep 2019 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
ishga in good hands is a series of customisable treatments designed for those affected by cancer, exhaustion and stress
The benefits of seaweed in boosting the immune system are astounding, and the treatments are personalised to fit a client's individual circumstances, taking into consideration mental, physical and overall wellbeing
– Sarah Thornton, head therapist at Seaham Hall's Serenity Spa
Seaham Hall, a hotel and spa resort in County Durham, UK, has partnered with seaweed brand ishga to offer ishga in good hands, becoming the second spa in the UK to do so.

Therapists at the spa underwent training with ishga's head of Training, Natalie Rodgers, to deliver ishga in good hands, a series of customisable treatments that combine the natural, healing properties of seaweed with an advanced 'touch' technique. The treatments are aimed at those affected by cancer, anxiety, depression, exhaustion, stress and phobias and can be tailored to the needs of the individual.

Each session begins with a consultation, where the therapist assesses the guest's needs before creating a treatment plan, which includes two therapies from a range of 30-minute treatments, including a Shoulder & Neck massage, Mini Facial, Comforting Foot & Leg massage, Soothing Scalp massage, Hand treatment, Foot treatment and Algae Gel wrap.

Sarah Thornton, head therapist at Seaham Hall's Serenity Spa, said: "The benefits of seaweed in boosting the immune system are astounding, and the treatments are personalised to fit a client's invidual circumstances, taking into consideration mental, physical and overall wellbeing/"

"Clients instantly feel relaxed and able to switch off from troubling thoughts, drifting away into a state of complete calmness."

A treatment plan and 60-minute ritual costs from £85 pp.
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