Maui’s Grand Wailea Resort, located on the south side of the island, now offers their spa spin of the new farm-to-table trend that is hitting islands statewide. Known to have the largest spa in the state of Hawaii, Maui’s Grand Wailea offers 50,000 square feet of property dedicated solely to Spa Grande, with 40 treatment rooms and an extensive menu of soothing sessions and therapies. Ranking as one of the top 10 spas in the United States, Spa Grande defines relaxation and luxury in a new way, using Hawaiian grown ingredients and traditional treatments from the islands.
The new farm-to-table-spa treatments now feature 80-minute Niu Coconut Detox & Muscle Relieves, with the coconuts being harvested right from the Grand Wailea property or from another farm on island. The resort has 600 coconut trees and seven rooftop beehives, where they harvest honey and coconut that is used in their local spa ingredients. The Coconut detox consists of brushing the skin with raw coconut fibers that reportedly supports detoxification and lymphatic gland activity, circulation, and cell regeneration. This rejuvenation is followed by a 50-minute massage using coconut oils and shells, and on to an exfoliation with coconut husks and scrub, and then a body wrap and scalp and foot massage, finally ending with a 25-minute soak in a coconut milk bath. Relaxing enough for ya?
Along with enhancing their Spa Grande treatments, the Grand Wailea will also be expanding their fitness program to include daily beachside yoga classes as well. More details will be available on the farm-to-table-spa at Grand Wailea, but check out their website for more information at grandwailea.com.