Enjoy our first class spa services
At Recore, we have a luxury spa at each facility. Not only are they a place for you to relax and rejuvenate, but inside, we also offer massage and acupuncture. Breathe deep and discover a space to rest and unwind.
Acupuncture is a ancient Chinese medical treatment. It works by the practitioner inserting ultra-fine needles into specific acupuncture points, re-establishing the free flow of qui (energy) in order to restore balance and harmony.
Massage can be relaxing and rejuvenating, and used in a therapeutic way, it can enhance a person’s overall health and wellbeing. Through touch and muscle manipulation techniques, massage therapy is an effective way to relieve stress, pain and tension.
Personal training can help to re-establish the balance of the body, raising self-esteem and encouraging positive change. We believe that working on the physical body also builds a stable mindset. With our specialist trainers you will learn how to re-evaluate, improve and achieve your goals - physical, mental and emotional.
Reflexology works by applying pressure to and massaging specific points in the hands, feet and ears. It is based on the theory that these points correspond with different areas of the body. In this sense, it is completely non-intrusive, and can access problem areas without direct contact with them.
Shiatsu is a massage technique that originated in Japan from traditional Chinese medicine. The practitioner uses touch and muscle manipulation to balance the energy flow of the body.
The combination of movement and breathing can help to balance the physicality of the body, calm the mind and alleviate stress. Yoga uses breath to establish a connection with the present moment. This cultivates space between reality and our reaction, allowing us to chose how to handle obstacles and solve any problems that might arise.
Tai Chi is an internal Chinese martial art practiced worldwide for both its physical training and health benefits. It incorporates the Yin/Yang philosophy - that life exists in a balance of opposites. Through promoting the use of the arts fuelled by internal power, it can teach you how to harness your own inner energy and channel it effectively.
A form of gentle exercise composed of repetitive movements, designed to increase blood flow and build complete awareness of the body. There are both internal and external elements to each movement, making it a superior health and wellness practice.
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