This Massage is Designed to Make You Fall Asleep

A new sleep-inducing treatment gives spa-goers sweet dreams. // Photo courtesy of The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Orlando

For guests who want their beauty sleep, The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Orlando (FL) has introduced its new signature Sleep Ritual Massage ($360, 80 minutes), which is designed to induce a complete state of relaxation. Developed in partnership with Robert Michael deStefano, sleep wellness expert and cofounder of wellness company Longeva, the Sleep Ritual Massage incorporates breathing techniques to focus on seven specific somatic zones. It also features a combination of sleep-inducing botanical scents and touch therapies that help to eliminate stress and tension and prepare guests to sleep.

The therapy also comes complete with the DreamKit, which features a host of SleepCeuticals products, such as Sanctify Dream Cream, Anoint Sleep Serum, and Dream Mist spray. The kit also features a downloadable 60-minute recording of sleep-inducing music and a step-by-step guidebook written by deStefano.

“The Sleep Ritual Massage is equal parts sleep wellness education and motivation, stress detox, and luxury escape,” says deStefano. “Combined with the take-home DreamKit, the treatment is a potential game-changer for parents, grandparents, and anyone else who is not satisfied with their sleep.”

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