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July 18, 2019 Resort News No Comments Email Email

A spa experience not to be missed: Vijaya Goyal is on property at Six Senses Fiji until July 31, continuing to offer personalized, holistic treatments.

Originally from India, Vijaya specializes in yoga and holistic therapies.  Working on a one to one basis, Vijaya advises suitable treatments to match personal wellness goals.

Vijaya’s offerings range from touch therapy to tarot card reading with a host of variations in between.  Vijaya’s Access Bars treatment is a completely new concept for the Spa at Six Senses Fiji and is a popular treatment choice for guests looking to release their selves of negative thoughts and energy. 

Access bars are 32 different points on the head which, when gently touched, effortlessly and easily releases limitations or restrictions within the mind. These points contain thoughts, ideas, beliefs, emotions, and considerations we have stored from all our lifetimes. Each bars session can release five to 10 thousand years of limitations in the area of life that corresponds with the specific bar being touched. This is an incredibly nurturing and relaxing process, that undoes limitations in all aspects of your life, where you are willing to change.

Fiona Winger, Resort Manager says “the Access Bar treatment was incredibly enlightening and a really interesting type of treatment, different to anything I’ve tried before.  I left my session with Vijaya feeling relaxed and energized, and looking forward to experiencing more of Vijaya’s holistic treatments”.

A 60 minute Access Bar treatment is just FJD 625 including taxes.  Advanced bookings can be made by reaching out to the team

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