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Wellness is the the name of the game at the newly redone spa at the Anantara Chiang Mai Resort, where they will indulge your clients with a complete menu of R&R, including multi-day wellness retreats and new traditional Thai treatments plus the popular IV drips. They will find this unique blend of Eastern and Western medicine in every aspect of the spa, the better to help them leave behind the stress and anxiety caused by the daily grind.

The beautiful Zen atmosphere and design of the spa, which pulls from the best of the minimalist aesthetic with a focus on natural materials, is all part of the immersive experience. Clients receive an initial consultation to pinpoint what ails them and create a treatment plan, which can be done individually or as a couple—ideal for the romance-seekers on your list.

Anantara Chiang Mai Resort—a boutique hotel with only 84 luxurious guestrooms and suites and 24 separate serviced suites created for long stays and families in a separate compound across the street from the main building—also offers multiday retreats for guests to take full advantage of everything the spa has to offer. These getaways place your clients are supervised by a team of therapists, doctors, nutritionists and personal trainers and include exercise, meditation, gourmet healthy eating and signature treatments. There’s even a sleep restoration retreat with a sleep specialist and an overnight sleep test.

Unique Treatments at Anantara Chiang Mai Resort

The traditional Thai medicine component of the spa is in the hand of a registered therapist from Mae Fah Luang University who is in residence. For those curious as to what this type of medicine entails, let them know the practice combines medicinal science and a philosophy of the elements to promote balance and immunity.

That means treatments are based on the healing therapies of local herbs, which are used in different presentations to boost energy, circulation and immunity, relieve inflammation or detoxify. Some of these treatments will be completely new for first-time visitors to Thailand, as they draw on the healing properties of fire, wood and sound.

The spa also offers the more widely known IV drip therapies, which deliver different vitamins, minerals and more in cocktails directly into the bloodstream, along with treatments that involve cell and light therapy. Note: the IVs are administered by a registered nurse always to ensure your client’s safety.

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