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Spa, Healing & Therapy

Spa (Massage)


A spa is a mineral-rich spring water and also says seawater which is used to give medicinal baths. Spa towns or spa resorts(including hot springs resorts) typically offer various health treatments, which are also known as balneotherapy.. Massage therapy is the manipulation of soft tissues of the body including, muscles, connective tissues, tendons, ligaments and joints. Massage Therapy is a clinically-oriented healthcare option that helps alleviate the discomfort associated with everyday and occupational stresses, muscular over-use and many chronic pain conditions. massage. Improved circulation of blood brings oxygen and nutrients to the bones. Joint stiffness and pain can be reduced. As the muscles become more flexible, joint movement increases.

Indulge in personalized spa, health and beauty treatments!
Feel the need for a stretch, a scrub, a facial or whole body therapy, a wrap or a sculpting massage?
For just a few hour or a whole day?
At Mandala Yoga Studio and Spa we are committed to create your personal oases where the stresses of everyday life are left behind and your well being is nurtured and protected.
So sit back and relax, let us do the rest!
Our day SPA provides a variety of services for the purpose of improving your wellbeing: ranging from a, beauty service to massage therapy. We even provide the possibility to consult Dr. Karki for more stern ailments. Our SPA provides you a top class service by our professional trained staff. We take your health very serious!

Types of Spa


Benefits of massage

  1. Lymphatic system: Gentle massage stimulates the lymphatic system, which helps clear the body of a build-up of waste products. The relaxing effect of the massage can relieve stress, which in turn can boost the immune system.
  2. Respiratory system:As you become more relaxed during a massage, respiration may become slower and deeper as you are using your diaphragm for breathing and expending less energy. Physiotherapists use cupping movements over the base of the lungs to relieve chest congestion.
  3. Digestive system: Massage aids relaxation and therefore can help to increase the movement of food and waste products through the digestive system. This relaxation can have a balancing effect on the digestive system.
  4. Urinary system: Waste products that have been released during massage find their way via the blood to the kidneys where they may be filtered out and eliminated.
  5. Female reproductive system: Menstrual problems such as period pains and PMS can be alleviated by the relaxing effects of massage, as can menopausal symptoms.
  6. The muscular system: Some massage movements relax and stretch muscles, reducing muscular tension and cramp. Massage also makes muscles more flexible by reducing muscle tone. Muscles tired by exercise are more quickly restored by massage than by rest.
  7. The nervous system: Soothing massage can provide relief from nervous irritability and stress-related conditions such as insomnia and tension headaches. When used energetically to stimulate, massage may relieve lethargy and fatigue.

Healing & Therapy


Healing is the process of health to an unbalanced diseased, physical damage organism or blockages. Healing is a completely natural process; it is thought to be a flow of beneficial energy between the healer and the recipient. Healing is the process by which the cells in the body regenerate and repair to reduce the size of a damaged area and replaced it with new living tissue. Healer’s works with their hands at a short distance from your body by inviting you to relax with the experience of a variety of sensation, warmth or coolness, or pain coming to the surface as the energy goes to work. Healing can happen on many different levels, sometimes our healing is not what we expect. We need to be open to the gift which life is always ready to give us. If you are a real healer you have a strong energy power people can easily fell your energy around you healing will help to release your stress, pressure, tension, blockages etc.

Types of Healing & Therapy

  2. SOUND HEALING (Singing bowl)
  3. SIX CLEANSING ACTS (Satkarma)

Sauna & Steam


While steam baths use moist heat, saunas offer dry heat sessions. Steam rooms are kept at around 100 to 114 degrees Fahrenheit while saunas are much hotter – up to 100 °C (212 °F, the boiling point of water). Both these types of hot baths stimulate blood flow and promote healthy metabolism but some people find it difficult to breathe in the dry heat of a sauna. So people with respiratory problems like sinus congestion and asthma may prefer the moist heat of steam baths. Moist heat also benefits people with joint pain or other body pains.

Sauna Steam
Saunas offer both wet and dry sessions. A steam room is generally designed for very wet and hot health treatment.
Helps in muscle stimulation, reducing stress hormones, lower blood pressure and improve cardiovascular health. Detoxification through perspiration; the steam soothes sinus irritation; Chest congestion from asthma is also relieved.
People who don’t like moist heat may prefer dry heat sessions in a sauna. People who cannot endure dry heat generally prefer steam rooms.


Beauty Parlour Services


A beauty salon or beauty Beauty parlour is an establishment dealing with cosmetic treatments for men and women. Beauty salons provide more generalized services related to skin health, facial aesthetic, foot care, nail manicures, waxing, — even oxygen therapy, mud baths, and many other services. We give our service with quality product by taking care of your skin and health. Here are our organic quality product for your services check it our services.


Mandala Special Package (A) 4000 Rs. 3500
  • Yoga & Meditation (90 min)
  • Swedish Massage (60 min)
  • Pedicure (45 min)
Mandala Half – Day Package 6500 Rs. 5500
  • Body Scrub (30 min)
  • Massage (Choose 1) (60 min)
  • Beauty Treatment (Choose 1) (45 min)
  • Steam or Sauna (30 min)
Mandala Special Package (B) 7200 Rs. 6000
  • Swedish Massage (60 min)
  • Shirodhara (45 min)
  • Reflexology (30 min)
Mandala Beauty Package (C) 8000 Rs. 6500
  • Facial
  • Waxing (Under Arm, Knee & Elbow)
  • Medicare
  • Pedicure
  • Threading (Eyebrow/Upper Lips)
Mandala Day Spa Special Package 15500 Rs. 11000


  • Hatha Yoga (90 min)
  • Breakfast (Himalayan Java Restaurant) (60 min)
  • Beauty Service (your choice) (45 min)
  • Massage (your choice) (90 min)
  • Body Scrub (30 min)
  • Lunch Time (Himalayan Java Restaurant) (60 min)
  • Shirodhara (45 min) & Reflexology (15 min)
  • Sauna or Steam (45 min)
  • Meditation (30 min)




This is beautifully advantageous massage that targets the places you hold the most tension the head, neck & shoulders.

30 min Rs. 1500



As best known type of body work performed today, intended to improve circulation and tissue elasticity while reducing muscle tone and creating a parasympathetic response.

60 min Rs. 2200
90 min Rs. 3000
2 hour Rs. 3500



Ancient healing system combining acupressure, Indian Ayurvedic principles and assisted yoga postures.

60 min Rs. 2000
90 min Rs. 2800



Also known as “Zone Therapy” focuses on stimulating specific points for corresponding organs of the body, best relaxing massage as foot holds most tension.

30 min Rs. 1500
45 min Rs. 1800



Using hand manipulation, stretching and bending techniques to improve free flow of energy(chi) pathways which helps to increase flexibility and reduces stress levels.

60 min Rs. 2000
90 min Rs. 2800



This typical Nepali massage is the golden way to attain longevity using special (mustard) oil aims at lessening bone & lower back pain.

60 min Rs. 2400
90 min Rs. 3000



The deeper pressure is beneficial in releasing chronic muscle tension. This massage focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscle tendons, connective tissue and chronic pain.

60 min Rs. 2400
90 min Rs. 3000



This massage is specially designed for trekkers/hikers to release tension & focused on shoulder, lower back, calf & foot with combination of thai massage, acupressure & oil massage.

90 min Rs. 2800
2 hour Rs. 3500



It is done with Ayurvedic warm oil to cure the body and emphasizes more on prevention of disease. It purifies the body naturally, which eliminates all toxic imbalances.

60 min Rs. 3000
90 min Rs. 4000



Hot stone massage is a great warming treatment to heat the body and expand blood vessels, which encourages blood flow throughout the body.

90 min Rs. 2800
2 hour Rs. 3500



Shirodhara is a form of Ayurveda Therapy that involves gently pouring liquids over forehead like oil, milk which soothes and invigorates the senses of the mind. Advantageous for mental clarity and treatment for insomnia, sinusitis etc.

45 min Rs. 3500
60 min Rs. 4000





  • It is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation. Reiki is administered by placing hands above the body. Unseen life force energy will hereby, in combination with a few specific Reiki techniques, heal the affected area.
  • Breakfast (Himalayan Java Restaurant) (60 min)
  • Reiki will open up blockages, purify body & change negative energy to positive energy; it will make your body healthy and active. Reiki teachings claim that it is inexhaustible and it can be used to induce a healing effect.
45 min Rs. 2000



Sound Healing is a very ancient practice that is currently enjoying a resurgence. It has been used by the ancient Greek and Egyptian civilizations and can be found in the Vedic scriptures of India. There are Shamans in indigenous tribes that still use the practice today, such as the Native American Navajo people.The use of music and sound as a therapeutic tool is a simple, non-invasive process that can bring the mind, body and spirit into harmony and balance. This is realized by toning, singing, chanting, or using different instruments of sound: tuning forks, Tibetan or crystal bowls, songs and drums.

60 min Rs. 2500
90 min Rs. 3500

SIX CLEANSING ACTS (SATKARMA) Rs. 600 per services

Yogic Cleansing Acts or KRIYAS, are six cleansing acts to purify and detoxify the body. We can call them a natural treatment and they are a part of the yogic tradition.

jalneti Naitee
(Cleansing Nose)
dauti Dautee
(Cleansing Stomach)
b-aste Baste
(Cleansing Large Intestine)
naili Nauli
(Cleansing Whole Abdomen)
kapavaati Kapal Bhati Kriya
(Cleansing Brain & Kidney)
trataka1 Trataka
(Mind Concentration & Eyes Exercises)


Or naturopathic medicine is a form of holistic medicine employing a wide array of “natural” treatments, including homeopathy, herbalism, and acupuncture, as well as diet and lifestyle counseling and include mud therapy, hydrotherapy, physical exercise and massage therapy.
There are six foundational principles in the practice of naturopathy:

  1. The healing power of nature (Vis Medicatrix Naturae)
  2. First do no harm
  3. Find and treat the cause whenever possible
  4. Treat not only the symptoms (Tolle Causum)
  5. Treat the whole person
  6. Education and Prevention.

When a naturopath looks at your case he will develop a treatment plan and offers maintenance for long term good health. Naturopaths are prevention medicine specialist but they also treat both acute or/and chronic conditions.
This kind of care is well suited for anyone at any age. The naturopath has many answers for common conditions. They use various modalities in their practice. These may include: herbal medicine, nutritional medicine, homeopathy, dietary and lifestyle advice, massage therapy or other therapies.

Mud Therapy Rs. 600
Hydro-Therapy Rs. 600
Acupuncture Rs. 1500


Sauna or steam per person

45 min Rs. 900
60 min Rs. 1200

Sauna and Steam per person

60 min Rs. 1500



Aroma Facial

Face Bleach Rs. 800
Face Cleansing Rs. 1500
Glow Facial Rs. 2500
Pigmentation Rs. 2500
Pimple Treatment Rs. 2800


Under Arm Rs. 600
Under Knee/Full Leg Rs. 800/1200
Under Elbow/Full Hand Rs. 800/1200
Bikini Rs. 2500
Brazilian Rs. 2500
Full Body Rs. 4000

Misc. Items

Eyebrow & Upper Lips Rs. 500 (with Head Massage)
Manicure/French Manicure Rs. 1000/2000
Pedicure/French Pedicure Rs. 1200/2000
Manicure + Pedicure Rs. 2000
Body Scrub Rs. 2000
Body Polish Rs. 2500



For your convenience we’ve assembled a couple of most Frequently Asked Questions with their answers. If you don’t find your question here, or the answer is still unclear please do not hesitate to contact us!

  • What are your opening hours?
    Morning 8:00 to last evening 9:00
  • What should I bring with me?
    We provide you with robe, slippers and towels, and will present you with a locker key to secure your belongings. (Mandala Yoga Studio and Spa cannot take responsibly for personal belongings.) We recommend you bring your bathing suit when you want to enjoy our sauna and steam facilities.For certain massage therapies we recommend you to wear easy clothing. But don’t worry if you’re outfit is not suitable; Mandala Yoga Studio and Spa has always suitable clothing for your convenience.
  • What do I have to wear?
    Most body treatments are enjoyed without clothing, except for panties. However, please wear whatever is comfortable for you. You have complete privacy when disrobing in our changing room. Your body will be covered the whole time during therapy and only the area to be massaged will be exposed.Our massage rooms are divided by curtains for your convenience.Robes and slippers are provided before and after treatments.For some massage treatments you will be offered a special unisex, ‘one size fits all’, massage dress.
  • Can I eat and drink in the Spa & Health Club?
    Food is provided in the Spa from the Spa menu, alcohol we do not allow. No food is allowed in the treatment rooms. We recommend you to drink plenty of water before and after your treatments.
  • Do I need to make a reservation and how long in advance?
    We advice you strongly to do so. You can either do this via phone or via mail. One month in advance is the maximum and easier is one week, two/three days in advance. Even the day itself is possible but please keep in mind that therapy hours can be flexible.
  • How & when do I pay?
    You can pay cash at our reception before each class. We don’t accept cards nor cheques. We don’t provide credit.
  • Do you accept MasterCard/visa?
    Yes we do.
  • What time shall I arrive?
    Best is to arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment.Can I use a mobile phone?
    Mobile phones are not permitted within Mandala Yoga Studio and Spa and we ask our guest kindly to refrain from using them while visiting.
  • Are groups welcome in Mandala Yoga Studio and Spa?
    You most welcome and we give special spa services and special yoga classes for group.What should I do before a treatment?
    We recommend you to have a shower before enjoying our treatments. You can do this at home or there is a shower available for your convenience.
  • I have: an injury/a hernia/had an operation/a condition/a miscarriage. Do I need to inform my therapist?
    When making reservations, please notify our reception desk if you have high blood pressure, allergies, any physical ailments or disabilities, or if you are pregnant (there are a few services that should be avoided during pregnancy, specifically in the first trimester, but many that can be enjoyed). We will make sure we find the most suitable treatment/relaxation for your needs.
  • How do I know which are the most suitable treatments?
    Our skilled staff will advise and assist you in selecting the correct treatment(s) and also in planning other aspects of your spa programme. When making your reservation, please state whether your preference is either or a male or female therapist.
  • How about my comfort?
    Your spa experience is your time, and you should delight in it to the fullest. If you experience discomfort due to room temperature, massage pressure, music volume or any other conditions, please tell your therapist immediately.If you have other preferences like either a male or female therapist please notify our reception desk in advance.Are gift certificates available?
    Not planed yet
  • Do I have to shave before my treatment?
    No, you do not. If you choose to do so, please do so at least 6 to 8 hours prior to your appointment.
  • What if I am late for my appointment?
    Arriving late will simply limit the time of your treatment, thus lessening its effectiveness and your pleasure. Your treatment will end on time so the next guest will not be delayed. The full value of your treatment will be charged.
  • What if I need to cancel my appointment?
    If you must reschedule or cancel your appointment, please notify the spa at least six hours in advance to avoid being charged the full service fee. If you paid an advance you get your money back in case of an ‘on time’ cancellation. Cancellations of packages or private parties require one week’s notice.I booked an appointment and already paid. I did not show up.
  • Do I get my money back?
    Except in case of force majeure, you do not.
  • Do I need to tip my therapist?
    This is completely your own choice and at your discretion.

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