Spa-goers at Se Spa at Grand Velas Riviera Maya (Mexico) may now take advantage of two new treatments influenced by the indigenous Mayan people. The spa recently introduced the Nik Te Ha Aquatic Massage ($236, 80 minutes), which takes place in the water, and the Pixam Kan Massage ($236, 50 minutes; $342, 80 minutes), which relies on seaweed and sacred Mayan jade.
Translated to mean “water flower” in Mayan, the Nik Te Ha Aquatic Massage helps relax muscles, increase flexibility, and treat chronic fatigue, insomnia, irritability, stress, and more. The Nik Te Ha Aquatic Massage appeals to water lovers. The massage concludes with a cup of Tea Forte’s antioxidant Green Mango Peach tea.
The Pixam Kan Massage uses jade quartz to balance the chakras. Featuring a Germaine de Capuccini golden massage cream, it also helps reduce electromagnetic energies produced by digital devices. It’s just one example of how ancient healing traditions are being used to combat the unhealthy effects of technological advances and information overload