|Tucked away in the beautiful Norfolk countryside is Congham Hall, a splendid Georgian manor set in 30 acres of parkland and perfectly kept gardens. The gardens are not only stunning but also have important role as to what makes Congham Hall unique; produce is used in the kitchen, eye-catching flowers scent the rooms and herbs play a vital role in the new treatment especially created for The Secret Garden Spa.
The Herb Garden Signature Treatment is a 75 minute treatment that works to release tension, stimulate mindfulness and nourish the skin. With the Herb Garden as inspiration, and to celebrate the Year of the English Garden 2016, Elemental Herbology are delighted to have created a new treatment that incorporates all five senses (sound, sight, touch smell and taste) to this face, back and scalp massage.
Painful aching muscles melt away during a bespoke back massage that focuses on key areas of concern while a relaxing scalp massage combines rose and chamomile essential oils to calm and centre the mind. Skin is replenished with vital nutrients during a deep cleansing face and décolleté massage with healing botanicals, vitamins and marine extracts to feed the skin and reveal an instantly more radiant and healthy complexion.Fresh mint is picked from the Herb Garden and mixed with fresh fruit to create a Minty Berry Anti-Ageing Skin Shot, which is offered during the consultation. A customised fresh herb infusion, picked from the garden, is then used at the beginning of the treatment to set the mood, such as bay to relax or rosemary to uplift. With over 400 varieties of herbs, including rare medicinal varieties, to choose from, the friendly and experienced therapists are sure to pick just what you need for this unique treatment.
You’ll leave the treatment relaxed, recharged and invigorated, with a clear mind and ready to face anything. During your stay, be sure to stroll around the grounds and take in the natural beauty this location has to offer. You won’t be disappointed.
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