More than a Massage

Indulge Miritu Style

A Champagne foot-soak, a warm Pinot Noir body mask, rich in mineral clay followed by an exfoliation and massage for two blissful hours, culminating in a sip of the real thing. That is the “Touches of Taittinger’ Vinotherapie treatment.  Full of detoxifying properties, before you indulge again!

When you spoil yourself with a treatment at the Miritu Day spa at the Bay of Many Coves – you emerge a rejuventaed person. Whether it be an Ear-Candling, an Indian Head Massage, an aromatherapy Sports Massage or your own combination creation.

For the Men, our Spa has carefully tailored some treatments to please – the “Tribal Tones” is a magic 90 minute combination of exfoliation, deep tissue massage and more – or try the Seafarer’s Restoration Therapy and the Executive Foot treatment for Men ……

For those wanting to beautify,  our talented therapist, Richelle, is also a master in manicures and pedicures with chic OPI products – or tint the eye brows or lashes and wax those areas before lounging by the pool.

Our Manuka Honey inspired ‘Skin Deep’ products are just wonderful for the face and our express or full Facials are so revitalising. There is even an option for adding on vaporization & microdermabrasion.

The smooth stones collected from the local Rarangi Beach, are used in our class Hot stone massage – or if you’ve done a major hike around our grounds get a deep tissue pummeling, or try the more traditional Maori massage or the LomiLomi style.

“The Flight of the Kereru’ is another indulgent combination treatment which will leave you floating. So much to choose from – you might need more than one go at the spa!

Miritu’ – the meaning;  The lodge at the Bay of Many Coves is in Arthur’s Bay, within the Bay of Many coves which is also known as ‘miritu’ bay. Decades ago a gentleman who farmed the bay called the area Miritu. Whilst there is no official Maori translation, local Maori link it with ‘hanging cliffs’ or ‘hanging gardens’. Interestingly ‘miri’ in Maori is ‘massage’ and ‘tu’ means standing. You will find ‘Miritu’ on the Marine Charts in the guest Lounge.

 

 

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