Nara Spa & Kitchen is a wellness complex brought to the region of Cumbria. It is located just on the outskirts of Carlisle city centre, very near to the heart of the Lake District. The establishment was created to provide and promote wellness via the medium of therapeutic and professional holistic services to customers aiming to renew their mind, body and spirit.
A variety of spa services are available; facials, body treatments, daily lifestyle enhancements and food served at the open plan Nara Kitchen
The first phase of opening the spa and the big reveal of the ‘Nail Studio’ and ‘Skin Studio’ highlights the effort which the developers of the site have put their heart & soul into offering a truly unique facility on the concept of wellness.
Not only does the spa offer services to cleanse the body inside and out, the destination of the spa has been carefully selected to invite people to enjoy the elements of nature; surrounded by woodland, with natural streams engulfed by miles of green fields. Relaxing, unwinding and connecting with the outside world is a form of a spiritual destination.
Since the pandemic has affected so many people on a multitude of different levels, we as people have chosen to look inwards and to reflect in regards to self-love, self-care, self-help and self-responsibility.
Spending valuable time sharing a common concept with people from all walks of life, different cultures and environmental backgrounds has emphasised that together as a movement of unity we have consciously decided to move forward with the concepts of change and a worldview of growth and happiness.
Their goal from the beginning has been to illustrate the importance of living a healthy lifestyle from a multidimensional perspective. Harnessing all of the dimensions together – mental, spiritual, emotional, social, environmental together with physical choices and behaviours – provides a significant impact to one’s daily life.
The Global Wellness Institute foundation research on the concept of wellness by category:
Physical: A healthy body through exercise, nutrition, sleep, etc.
Mental: Engagement with the world through learning, problem-solving, creativity, etc.
Emotional: Being in touch with, aware of, accepting of, and able to express one’s feelings (and those of others).
Spiritual: Our search for meaning and purpose in human existence.
Social: Connecting with, interacting with, and contributing to other people and our communities.
Environmental: A healthy physical environment free of hazards; awareness of the role we play in bettering rather than denigrating the natural environment.
Naturally, adopting attitudes and lifestyles to make us happier, improve our wellbeing and encourage personal growth was always relevant. However, the demands of recent times have served to enhance our awareness of how important these aspects are to us.