$45 for 60 min Choice of Massage (Worth $120) + Complimentary Yoga Voucher at Verita Advanced Wellness
- Choose 1 of 3 options: Aromatherapy Massage, Deep Tissue Massage and Lymphatic Drainage Massage
- Includes a complimentary $28 voucher for an hour long Yoga class
- Singapore’s first all-natural, Integrated Wellness centre
- Internationally certified therapists and health professionals
- Serene Phoenix Park location
- Celebrity and media favourite
Call 6737 2377 for appointment.
The trend towards organic, all-natural therapies have surged with desperate attempts to make Sentosa salt scrubs, MacRitchie mud masks and East Coast essential oils. Leave pure brewing to the true experts with today’s Groupon: for $45, you get a 60 minute choice of massage at Verita Advanced Wellness (worth $120). The Groupon also entitles you to a complimentary $28 voucher for a 1 hour yoga class.
The exclusive, celebrity treatment begins beneath a covered driveway and along the burnished hardwood floor of Singapore’s only all-natural wellness centre, tucked away in a cosy nook of Phoenix Park. Internationally-certified therapists will conduct a comprehensive evaluation of physiological and emotional wellbeing, leaving no unhealthy stone unturned. Escape the brain-pounding bustle of city life and settle into a private room bathed in warm, soothing light as your hour-long massage begins - choose from three massage options.
The Aromatherapy Massage is Verita's signature treatment that blends customized therapeutic grade oils with proven efficacy to suit your specific needs. The expert masseuse will massage the skin-enriching oils into your body, boosting your body system and leaving behind a nirvana-like calm normally reserved for Tibetan monks. Otherwise, the Deep Tissue Massage targets deep-set muscle aches and pains, relieving the build-up of stress. Or if you prefer something gentler, opt for the Lymphatic Drainage Massage which will relax the nervous system and aid in detoxification.
Complete this wholesome sensorial experience with the complimentary 1 hour Yoga class (worth $28). Your body will thank you.
“Adopting an all-natural, non-invasive and drug-free preventive healthcare approach to achieving optimal health, the wellness sessions focused on common problems such as joint pain, anti-ageing and overall health management. The events were well attended by prominent senior ladies and gentlemen, high-powered professionals, managers, executives, businessmen and entrepreneurs, as well as the ladies of leisure.” - Retail in Asia Review
“Verita Advanced Wellness is a state of the art wellness center that is so inviting and so innovative we wish we could live there. Built just off Orchard Road in a lush natural setting, Verita is a 23,000 sq. foot facility with spa treatment rooms, two yoga studios, two pilates & gyrotonic studios, salt caves, a floatation room, ion therapy rooms, and not to mention gorgeous gardens. Verita offers a wide spectrum of services all designed to bring you to better health, with a knowledgeable staff from around the world. After private consultations, Verita will employ their suite of services to help you achieve your goals and feel and look revitalised.” - The Sweet Spot Review
“So what do they do? It is actually an alternative medical system that focuses on natural remedies, traditional as well as cutting edge treatment and the body's ability to heal itself. One of the interesting treatment will be the Halotherapy(60mins- $100). By sitting in the salt cave for an hour, it is supposed to assist with asthma, and allergies such as eczema. Negative ions in the cave are also effective in stress relief, relaxation and enhancing health in general. Verita Advanced Wellness is also home to Singapore’s first Aroma Bar. Create a personalized therapeutic scent from a full range of pure essential oils. Great for reducing stress, balancing hormones, combat depression or just for fun.” - Lifestyle Asia Review
“Verita also offers yoga and Pilates classes, as well as four kinds of massages. There’s lymphatic drainage; deep tissue; aromatherapy; and cranial sacral therapy, a healing technique focusing on the soft tissue of the head and the length of the spine. But unlike a hotel spa, it suggests that you first take machine-assisted assessment tests to determine what your body really needs, so they can instruct the therapist to focus on problem areas.” - Time Out Singapore Review