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The Spa at Shangri-La Springs

 The Spa at Shangri-La Springs in downtown Bonita Springs reopened this week after closing for almost eight months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Spa at the 100-year-old hotel, which offers massages, facials and body treatments, is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

The award-winning location offers certified wild organic, hand-harvested seaweed-based VOYA spa services and products, inspired by the 300-year-old Irish tradition of seaweed bathing. New products and services are also available with Yon-Ka, which is known for rejuvenating organic products. Yon-Ka specializes in innovative aromatherapy and phytotherapy formulas that merge botany, science, wellness and beauty. Products are used in treatments at the spa and available for purchase.

New Yon-Ka services include Yon-Ka Time Resist Facial, an anti-aging treatment that resurfaces the skin to produce a soft texture; Yon-Ka Classic Facial, which includes a five-phase deep cleansing ritual; Yon-Ka Sun Recovery Facial for pre- or post-sun that is ultra-hydrating to repair sunburned skin for immediate relief; and Yon-Ka Vital Defense Facial to detoxify and conquer the effect of free radical damage caused by environmental pollutants.

The Spa was a finalist for Best Day Spa in Gulfshore Life magazine’s 2020 Best of the Gulfshore Lee County.

“It’s exciting to again be able to offer the community self-care services at our Spa,” general manager Lee Bellamy said. “Restoration of well-being is something Shangri-La Springs has been known for throughout its 100-year history.”

The hotel will be opening 10 rooms for guests in early 2022 along with the organic farm-to-table restaurant, Harvest & Wisdom, opening weekdays for lunch. The gift shop in the Shangri-La Springs’ lobby, with artisan jewelry, crystals and other products has also expanded its hours and is open 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. To book an appointment, call 239-676-7334.

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