Traditional Spa-Inclusive

Guests of the Sanctuary can make free use of all spa facilities. We house six rustic and simple designed treatment rooms with ten treatment beds. Central in the spa centre is the lounge area with comfortable chairs, where guests can enjoy a fresh cup of herbal tea, providing them with the opportunity to pause, relax and focus on their well-being.

The heated, indoor pool is surrounded by floor-to-ceiling glass doors, providing a magnificent view of the mountains and valley surrounding the Sanctuary. After an energizing swim, guests can relax on comfortable deck chairs on the outdoor terrace of the pool area. To refresh and rejuvenate after the intense mountain hikes we have two saunas and steam rooms, one for female guests and one for male guests. We also have two types of Jacuzzis, whereby one is equipped for two persons.The practical designed fitness centre provides all the necessary equipment for a daily work-out.

Part of the spa-inclusive concept is free yoga and meditation classes, individual or in a group, at beginners or advanced level. The classes or sessions can take place in the special designed yoga studio or in the morning sun on the pool terrace.

Traditional Medicine

The Sanctuary is specialized in traditional Bhutanese medicine. After arrival, we invite guests to benefit from a private consultation with the in-house traditional medicine doctors (included in room rate). The doctors will provide guests with a complete program to achieve a healthy balance between body, mind and spirit while they are the Sanctuary and teach them how to sustain it once they are at home.

The skilled and internationally trained therapists offer a wide range of treatments rooted in the nature and well-being tradition of Bhutan. Our signature treatments are: herbal compression, hot oil compression, moxibustion, herbal Jacuzzi, herb-infused hot stone bath and Ku Nye massages (full body, neck, feet, back). All guests are entitled to at least one traditional treatment per day per person.

In the lounge area, we have a collection of more than 100 original Bhutanese herbs, which the in-house traditional medicine doctors use for the Himalayan plant- and herb-based treatments and therapies. Upon interest, the traditional medicine doctors take guests for a herbal walk around the Sanctuary to point out and teach about the benefits of the herbs.