Grand Resort Bad Ragaz to launch exclusive haki rituals

Grand Resort Bad Ragaz to launch exclusive haki rituals

Grand Resort Bad Ragaz has partnered with Harald Kitz, the innovative creator of the haki method, a holistic concept focused on the head, to offer four new exclusive rituals in a brand-new, specially designed treatment suite.

The four new restorative treatments have been created to help re-establish natural balance and strength to guests’ emotional and physical wellbeing and can be enjoyed individually or as a couple.

Nestled in the Heidiland region of the Swiss Alps, just an hour train ride from Zurich, Grand Resort Bad Ragaz is the ideal place to disconnect from the worries and pressures of daily routines and return equilibrium to your body and mind.

The resort started offering guests haki-inspired treatments in 2014, with the haki Flow Deluxe treatment.

This year, in cooperation with Kitz, the resort has further expanded its range of haki services and created a globally unique treatment suite in the Tamina Therme Spa.

Based on his many years of experience, the founder of the haki philosophy has combined space, music, sound, colours, fragrances and thermal water to create the new space and help the people find their rhythm during this unique experience, haki -The Art of Touch.

“Guests who use the new suite can set aside any pressure that is weighing down on them and place themselves in our capable hands.

“As therapists, our aim is to help them discover a new strength and to return to their body’s natural balance,” said Kitz.

In four sensory rooms, new 60- to 150-minute rituals, exclusively available at Bad Ragaz, provide ultimate relaxation and restoration for guests.

The haki – Reconciliation treatment is the most comprehensive of the four rituals and offers guests the chance to strengthen their body, mind and soul.

The ritual begins in the Room of the Senses, which uses darkness to help guests focus on inner mindfulness.

Guests then wash any troubled thoughts or negative energy away in the Rain Hall, where the warm, healing thermal water is cleansing and releasing.

The third step is characterised by touch through foam and compress massages, thermal water effusions and a warm, full-body oil treatment, followed by a haki treatment to release pressure and tension from the body.

The rituals end with a period of calm and creativity, until it is time to return to the outside world – with a new level of consciousness.