The Spa by CuisinArt has relaunched with a renewed focus on whole body wellness and biodynamic treatments including new spa concepts and expanded wellness programs to help guests get back to nature and into the island lifestyle.
This 27,000-square-foot holistic haven features 16 treatment rooms, a dedicated Men’s Club Room, steam rooms and wet rooms, plus couples and VIP suites featuring outdoor showers and terraces. The spa also boasts a Healing Waters Pool with hydrotherapy and restorative soaks in healing, nutrient-rich mineralized saltwater.
Guests can chart a fully customized wellness journey from the spa’s diverse menu of treatments, which range from organic facials to body treatments delivered with cutting-edge skincare technology. Standout rituals include the Marine Four Layer Facial, which incorporates a sophisticated four-layer mask of marine extracts to soothe and rejuvenate skin; and a Heated Bamboo Massage with warm bamboo stalks rolled across the body to massage tired muscles, promote circulation and encourage lymphatic drainage.
Unique specialty treatments are also a focus, including Thai massage and Cranio Sacral therapy, as well as an Organic Ultimate Age Corrective Facial with clinically proven organic botanicals and advanced LED light therapy to stimulate collagen. Several custom herb-infused scrubs and wraps, including the Caribbean Salt Glow and Tropical Anguillian Scrub Body Escape, are specifically designed to revive the skin after long days of sun and sand.
Wellness Discovery Series features weekly workshops with engaging topics. For example, an indigenous Herbs workshops focuses on the uses and benefits Anguilla’s locally-grown herbs, including a sampling of traditional bush tea. Additional workshops include custom fitness analyses, organic skincare savvy, office break yoga, and tropical flower crown creations with vibrant blooms plucked direct from the resort grounds.
For the active guest, an array of fitness classes are offered including aqua cycling classes, yoga and SUP yoga, as well as a new Splash Pad Bootcamp. This new twist on the resorts’ popular beach boot camp ends with a refreshing cool-down at CuisinArt’s new waterpark-style Splash Pad.
Those who prefer a more traditional approach to staying in shape will delight in the resort’s Fitness Center outfitted with the latest Technogym equipment, including spin bikes with Technogym Cycle Connect for virtual spinning with an on-screen instructor.