Interactive Kids Spa Menu in the Maldives

Interactive spa activities at Kuda Huraa help teach children that their health is in their hands.

Mar 6, 2011
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The Kuda Spa sits on an island on the other side of a pristine lagoon.
The Kuda Spa sits on an island on the other side of a pristine lagoon.
Photography Peter Vitale
Spa treatments owe their creation to a variety of natural ingredients.
Spa treatments owe their creation to a variety of natural ingredients.
Photography Luca Tettoni
A wooden dhoni, used to get to the Spa, is a traditional Maldivian boat.
A wooden dhoni, used to get to the Spa, is a traditional Maldivian boat.
Photography Peter Vitale
The Spa's Asian-inspired treatments use marine nutrients, and aromatic oils and spices.
The Spa's Asian-inspired treatments use marine nutrients, and aromatic oils and spices.
Photography Markus Gortz

There’s something magical about seeing the sparks of understanding in your children’s eyes when they learn something new while having fun. You’re seeing the foundations for the adults they’ll one day be. Experience those sparks again when you send your kids on an interactive spa adventure at Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Kuda Huraa. They’re bound to come away feeling refreshed, informed and healthful.

“Involving kids in the spa process and getting them enthusiastic about its health benefits from an early age help plant the responsibilities that we need as adults towards our own well-being,” says Spa Manager Veljko Savic. “Plus the spa experience—tailored specifically for kids—is fun and feels great!”

Participants first hop a dhoni and make their way over water to the island Kuda Spa. Then they choose from 12 interactive treatments from the Kuda (Little) Spa Menu. Children as young as 6 (accompanied by a parent or guardian) can create their own blend of essential oils for the 60-minute Dream Massage and activate their own “magic” self-heating marine mixture prior to their Mini Lava Shell Massage. They’ll even learn how to play Tibetan singing bowls and make their own Himalayan salt and marigold poultice in the 90-minute Totally Transcend ritual, a blissful combination of vibration healing and marma point massage. For a great bonding and learning experience try the mom and daughter treatment (Mummy and Me) or father and son treatment (Surfers’ Scrub).

“Our Kuda Spa menu is based on the understanding that kids learn best by interaction and discovery,” says Savic. “We want them to leave The Island Spa feeling great, but also with an understanding of the health benefits of spa and nature’s role in that process.”


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