After having my fill in this sanctuary, I was whisked away to the treatment room by my therapist Belinda. She explained that the massage is powerful, and if I wanted to, I could request the pressure to be eased at any time. After taking three deep breaths, Belinda began working on my body one limb at a time, the back, the torso and the shoulders.
Not one inch of my body was missed and the deep pressure from her hands left me uplifted and recharged even though it didn’t feel like that at the time. But that is what the treatment, which originates from the Spice Islands of Indonesia is designed to do. It effectively balances the body and restores vitality by releasing tension in the body and boosting circulation.
Post treatment, I was taken to a dimly lit relaxation room void of any magazines (to further relax your mind and body), and it was a joy to sit in and just reflect on the treatment I had just had. The hibiscus tea went down rather well as I relaxed and felt grateful to Belinda for giving me a massage that was much needed.
Ushvani really hits the spot if you’re after a thorough good pampering closed away from the outside world. The treatment was exceptional, the atmosphere total bliss whilst the service was nothing short of excellent.
With just one trip, it was obvious why Oxford Educated owner Usha Arumugam shunned her lawyer life for her passion and knowledge of spas and the holistic well-being world.
Ushvani – Where and How?
Ushvani is located at 1 Cadogan Gardens, Chelsea, London, UK. For more information on Ushvani please visit www.ushvani.com or for bookings call 0207 7302 888.
Ushvani offers the Balinese Massage for £180 for 90 minutes or £240 for 120 minutes. Facials start from £130 and the massages start from £180.
By Sabi Phagura