Chicago's spa at dana announces new enhancements

Chicago's spa at dana announces new enhancements

December 17, 2018: Spa at dana, in Chicago, announced the appointment of Anthony Anguille-Valles, DO as Spa Director. Mr. Anguille-Valles has previously led leadership roles in prominent hotel spas in Las Vegas including Caesar's Palace, Mandarin Oriental (now Waldorf Astoria) and The Cosmopolitan.

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Along with the change in management, the spa has newly added features to enhance the guest experience. The innovative spa is taking its offerings to the next level with state-of-the-art additions such as Chromotherapy Showerheads, Modern Saunas with Himalayan Salt Walls and more, all under the direction of Mr. Anguille-Valles.
Installed in both the men's and women's spa facilities, Himalayan salt walls have officially made their debut. Himalayan Salt draws out impurities within the skin and is a natural detoxifier. The combination shower and steamroom allows guests to extend their rejuvenation journey while soaking in the wet heat of the steam room with an instant cool down of being able to bathe. 

In all women's showers, chromotherapy will shine as its rooted therapeutic benefit is in the use of visual light, a minimal facet of the electromagnetic spectrum. This form of therapy has been characterized heavily in ancient texts and is believed to be secondary to the body's innate aura and ability to capture visual, color radiation. Certain colors align directly with each of the body's chakras or energy centers in order to create a state of balance. The chromotherapy showerheads now allow guests to select a color that they feel matches their energy.

In the Relaxation Lounge, spa at dana now offers Vitajuwel infused water. Not only a visually beautiful piece, the station has the natural ability to purify water based on the surroundings of the gem insert. The gems carry an energetic force to further cleanse the water on an incredibly detailed level for guests.

Coordinates: 660 North State Street, Chicago, IL

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