Ancient Argan Massage
Ancient Argan Massage
Price per person
The essence of AIRE is turned into an extraordinary experience with this 75 minute long massage that embraces the body with a symphony of delicate movements for a deep and enveloping massage. Warm, organic Argan oil gives an irresistible touch of hydration and sumptuousness that connects to ancestral traditions.
The numerous beneficial properties of Argan oil have been used by the Berber women for centuries to enrich body and mind, rejuvenate, strengthen, and beautify their skin with the delicate sumptuousness and seductive aroma with a 75 minute relaxing full-body massage with warm, organic Argan oil working the legs, arms, back, shoulders, and cranium.
This experience also includes our signature Ancient Thermal Bath which will allow you to enjoy our bath area at your own pace, with baths at different temperatures including the Caldarium (Hot Bath 102ºF), the Frigidarium (Cold Bath 57ºF and Ice Bath 50ºF), the Tepidarium (Warm Bath 97ºF), the Balneum (Bath of a Thousand Jets), the Vaporium (A steam Room with aromatherapy) and the Flotarium (Salt Water Bath).
- A tour at your own pace through thermal baths at different temperatures
- A 75 minute relaxing full-body massage with warm, organic Argan oil
- Fresh fruit juice
During your visit you can also access the relaxation area to rest on warm marble stone and refresh yourself with some cold water or enjoy our special selection of AIRE tea.
Body and mind benefits:
Argan oil is known as the "gold of the desert" given its numerous and powerful properties for the skin. It comes from North African countries, through a process of sun-drying and cold-pressing the fruits of the Argan tree. It contains a high percentage of fatty acids and is very rich in vitamin E, making it ideal for hydrating and preventing signs of aging. With this ritual you will achieve a feeling of total escape, as it involves a slow, rhythmic massage technique with long strokes.
Tips and recommendations:
During the thermal tour, listen to your body to know when you should change from one bath to another of a different temperature. If at any point during your massage you feel that the pressure is too intense or too light, please, tell your therapist.