Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Nurture Wellness Spa


I wish I could go back to this place right  now to comfort myself , but I at least I can see the pictures and cherish the memories.


I was there last March and I really loved this place

It was my second daughter and her family who brought me to this place of wellness.
For those who lives in the Philippines, this place is located in Tagaytay

Parking place


 Let us take a look around this place


A place to overnight and rest both body and soul.





Wanna have some coffee?


















 My daughter in her family  had been here before and tried:

Build unforgettable memories with family, friends and co-workers through our unique Glamping (Glamorous Camping) Package within the comfort, beauty and safety of the Nurture Wellness Village compound. Glamping takes the stress out of camping, leaving you lots of time to have fun together. Enjoy the comforts of a bedroom in an outdoor tent under a canopy of trees. Nurture’s camp butlers set up the tent and light up a bonfire, teach your kids Filipino outdoor games like Taguan, Patintero, and assist you in your every need. A swimming pool, trampoline and teambuilding facilities keep everyone busy, while relaxing and pampering spa services await you when you want some downtime.
  • 22 hours overnight stay at naturally ventilated Camping tent
  • Bon Fire, BBQ diner with Rice, fresh fruit Platter and Lime Basil Cocktail
  • Arozcaldo Breakfast with Homemade bread & Pate  with Kale Juice
  • 30 minutes outdoor treatment choice of Facial or Foot massage
  • Common toilet and bath, with toilet amenities
  • Php.3,190 per person minimum of Two persons  ( info from their website )



More pictures



But the main reason we were there was to take a whole body massage and we tried:

Hilot Kagalingan (1 hour) – PHP 1,200.00
Customized Filipino massage using a fusion of Asian therapies to prevent and cure common ailments like colds, sprain, fever and fatigue. Our skilled therapists instinctively follow the source of physical imbalance and lovingly massage your body back to health using herbs and specialized techniques.

Shower room one can use before the massage

 Foot spa


It was very refreshing and I'm sure I will back again to this place.

How about you? Have you been to a similar place?

JOY

20 comments:

  1. Dear Joy,

    What a gorgeous place!!! Thanks to your lovely photos and amazing tour, I feel as though I have visited this place. Thank you so much for sharing.

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  2. What a magical place! The garden is amazing.

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  3. Hello Joy! Sure is some beautiful landscaping there. So glad you stopped by my blog, home you come again.

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  4. Wow! Very pretty place! I can't tell how much the place is in US dollars but I hope it's not too expensive.You have a lovely family!

    Thank you for visiting my blog and grateful for your kind comment.

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  5. How perfectly delightful. I am sure it was have been heavenly. Cherish those memories.

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  6. Super beautiful photos..a gorgeous place!
    Victoria

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  7. How lovely!! What a treat...when I was in nursing school in the mid 70s we had a group of Filipino nurses who came to work at the hospital and they lived in the dorm with us nursing students. They were such gracious ladies and good nurses!!

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    1. And thanks for visiting my blog today Joy!! I love making new blog friends.

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  8. It's amazing to me how much these photos fill me with peace. I can see why you would like it and how the memories comfort. I would like a cup of that organic coffee and a massage. Have a great week!

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  9. A pretty place to relax or enjoy coffee!

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  10. Gosh, I'm a spa addict & can never get enough of one! Nice shots & love to be there too. I've added you at Twitter & GFC, & would love to have you follow me too. Looking fwd to sharing! xoxo

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  11. Nice Ms.Joy .. medyo malayo nga lang sa Manila ... but worth it naman ang biyahe if ever dadako jan sa lugar : )

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  12. How very lovely and relaxing!

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  13. Hi Ms. joy thanks for reading my blog. anyway nice place namiss ko na ule pilipinas

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  14. So many things to see, do, and enjoy! They even have beautiful stepping stones. I do love that umbrella with the fringe!

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  15. Hi Joy! All I can say is: WOW. I would love to spend time refreshing body and soul at a place like this. I especially like massages. So relaxing! I could camp if I had a bed, I'm afraid those days of sleeping in a sleeping bag are over. My back can't take it.
    So glad you were able to go!
    Ceil

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Thanks for dropping by and your comments are very well appreciated. It is like a cold glass water in a warm sunny day! Blessings.

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