Holistic Wellness With Bamford Haybarn Spa

Published on: October 26, 2017

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The front desk at the Bamford Haybarn Spa at 1Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

The beginning of fall, as with every change of season, is the perfect time to focus on the needs of the mind and body. From releasing tension and stress to boosting energy levels, each of us will have a holistic need as individual as we are. The new Bamford Haybarn Spa at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is the perfect place to find balance and peace amongst the freneticism of the city.

Founded by organic pioneer, Carole Bamford, the original Bamford Haybarn Spa in the Cotswolds, England is a unique day retreat for wellbeing.  It offers a peaceful sanctuary to unwind, relax and escape the pressures of everyday life. Therapies are designed to bring positive balance to both mind and body and follow the three simple principles of emotional wellbeing, physical alignment and nutritional balance. This gentle holistic approach and team of leading experts will help you thrive on your journey to achieving harmony between health and happiness.

The Bamford Body Signature Treatment, a favorite among Bamford Haybarn Spa guests, is the perfect therapy to help adjust to the new season. It uses a blend of organic essential oils and pressure point massage to awaken muscles and encourage a positive flow of energy through the body. Starting with a reflexology-inspired foot bath, the treatment then incorporates meridian and Swedish massage, meditation techniques and ancient yogic breathing to revitalize, balance and relax. Every Bamford treatment uses the award-winning natural and organic body and skincare collections, developed with therapists at the Haybarn Spa and made in England from the purest botanical ingredients, and certified by the highest standard of The Soil Association.

Bamford Haybarn Spa at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge officially opens its doors to the public on November 8th. Learn more and explore treatments here.

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