World-renowned master holistic/intuitive healer Roger Moore, famous for his work with celebrity clientele including the likes of Madonna, U2, Van Morrison and Peter Gabriel, recently arrived at Mandala Spa & Villas Boracay in the Philippines to offer resort guests the opportunity to experience unique and powerful healing therapies
Originally from the U.K, Moore studied numerous health, fitness and holistic techniques with a variety of teachers and masters from different styles. After moving to the U.S. to pursue personal training, lifestyle analysis and consulting, he eventually settled in Phuket, Thailand, where he expanded and advance his healing techniques as a senior therapist at a world-class destination spa.
During his two-week visit to Mandala Spa & Villas (Oct. 16 - 30, 2006), Moore will offer the following services: Metamorphosis, Seven Chakra Massage, Fusion Diagnostic Therapy, Mind and Body Conditioning and Shamanic Psychic Readings. Rates vary according to service. For more information, e-mail: email@example.com. Visit Mandala Spa on-line at www.mandalspa.com.
Mandala Spa & Villas Boracay is considered one of the finest Asian destination spas, offering luxury accommodations and award-winning holistic spa therapies in a safe and exclusive tropical sanctuary. Through its carefully-designed villas, one sees the beauty of creation while healing therapies become the vehicle by which one experiences oneself.
Voted Best Rejuvenation Program at the 2004 SpaAsia Crystal Awards, and nominated in 2005 for Best Spa of the Philippines and Best Holistic Programme, Mandala Spa’s service and treatments are considered among the finest in the world. All the ingredients used are natural products and, in most instances, prepared fresh.
The Philippine Department of Tourism (PDOT) is one of the Executive Departments of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines responsible for the promotion of travel to the Philippines, tourism investments, and enhancement and preservation of tourism products in the country. Field offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco provide the following services free of charge on a selective basis: dissemination of tourism information, maps, brochures and posters; lending out of videos, CDs and other tourism-related materials; recommendations on places to visit; endorsement of relevant entities; and assistance to those traveling to the Philippines. These offices also engage in a number of promotional activities: presentations to travel organizations, travel trade shows, media inserts and joint marketing arrangements.
The Philippine Department of Tourism is headquartered in Manila, Philippines, with offices in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. For more information, visit www.wowphilippines.com.ph.