Rosewood's wireless-relief massage.
Saturday, 15th September 2007
Source : Rosewood Hotels & Resorts
Today's business traveler does not have a moment of downtime; multitasking cell phones, wireless Internet enabled laptops, and the ever-present handheld email device, allow business to be conducted more efficiently than ever - but at a cost.

It's virtually impossible to escape and unplug from work demands.

The mental and physical strains created by business travel and constant technology use fatigue our bodies and minds and prevent us from reaching optimal performance levels. Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has created The Wireless-Relief Massage which allows busy travelers to recover from the exhausting demands of work in order to achieve a healthy balance, even while on the road.

The Wireless-Relief Massage soothes the stress that working in a fully wired world creates. Rosewood has developed a unique therapy to relieve the muscles commonly overworked by guests who find themselves glued to their technology. Focusing on the head and hands, trained massage therapists treat weary business travelers to a warm hand wrap infused with lavender and mint oils which calm the mind as they are inhaled. This wrap, combined with warm back compressions using eucalyptus-infused towels, erases tension built up in the hands, shoulders, wrists and forearms.

To reduce the toxins that build up in the body, business travelers receive an acupressure point drainage massage, a facial massage using holistic pressure points to increase energy, relax the body and drain impurities from the lymph nodes. A cooling eye compress comforts dryness and irritation of the eye and a head massage rebalances the body and relaxes the mind. The guest experiences mental and physical rejuvenation in less than one hour.

The Wireless-Relief Massage is available at The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel (New York, New York); Acqualina, A Rosewood Resort (Sunny Isles Beach, Florida); The Mansion on Turtle Creek, A Rosewood Hotel (Dallas, Texas); Hotel Crescent Court, A Rosewood Hotel (Dallas, Texas); Inn of the Anasazi, A Rosewood Hotel (Santa Fe, New Mexico); CordeValle, A Rosewood Resort (San Martin, California); King Pacific Lodge, A Rosewood Resort (B.C. Canada); Las Ventanas al Paraíso, A Rosewood Resort (Los Cabos, Mexico); Caneel Bay, A Rosewood Resort (St John, USVI); Little Dix Bay, A Rosewood Resort (Virgin Gorda, BVI); Jumby Bay (Antigua, West Indies).
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