Revitalize with Chuan Body and Soul

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Somehow or other Yahoo Real Estate has declared Boston #3 on its list of most relaxed cities in the US.  Whether the city itself is relaxing or its citizens know how to relax is certainly up for argument.  But perhaps the addition of calm-inducing spas like Chuan Body and Soul may have something to do with this serene status.

Located inside the Langham Hotel, you will begin to feel transformed the moment you enter Chuan Body and Soul. Chuan means ‘flowing water’ in Chinese and this fluidity runs through all of their health and wellness offerings. Aromatherapy and a tranquil setting are likely to be the first mood regenerating experiences you will encounter at Chuan.

Treatment options are well tailored to the rejuvenated the most active of daily jet setters. For instance the 2 hour Flight Recovery Treatment is designed to combat jet lag, fatigue and mental exhaustion. Beginning with a salt scrub, followed by a therapeutic Chuan Harmony Massage and finished off with an invigorating foot massage you will feel revived and ready for the next adventure.

Other treatment options include options to help you detox, awaken a listless body and soul, bring serenity to your being or simply nourish and replenish your city battered skin.

Now through the end of November, you can indulge in the New England apple season in a unique way with Chuan-licious Apple Body Scrub. The blend of apple and cinnamon scents will give you all the comforts of mom’s homemade apple pie without any of the fat building calories. Applied as a warm oil and salt combination, the benefits are a deep cleansing exfoliation and a wonderful primer for a full body massage.

Not sure which treatment is best for you?  Maybe, like me, you think you could perhaps use them all. For a true Ancient Chinese elemental experience, let Chuan help you identify which of your five elements need to be rebalanced. Visit the website to fill out a short survey to learn your most pertinent needs and the proper treatment for those needs.

Location: The Langham Hotel, 250 Franklin St., Financial District, Boston 617.451.1900

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