Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina's New Spa Manager to Offer VIPS Private, Group Yoga Classes

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Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina in the British Virgin Islands recently appointed Courtney Greene as manager of its Ixora Spa, the newest L’OCCITANE-branded spa in the Caribbean. In addition to managing the spa’s services and staff, Greene will teach group and private yoga classes.

Greene will host morning yoga classes every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday on the Scrub Island dock hovering over the azure waters of the Caribbean with views of the horizon and the hillsides of neighboring islands. Private lessons and classes can be arranged by contacting the spa directly.

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With nearly a decade of experience practicing esthetics, yoga and massage therapy, Greene returns to Ixora Spa after her time with The Inn on Biltmore Estate and independent spas including Spa Theology and Around Town Massage in Asheville, North Carolina. Greene maintains numerous certifications, from microdermabrasion and sugaring to oncology and pre-natal massage.   

Named for the native tropical shrub, the Ixora Spa by L’OCCITANE is perched on a hillside overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Like all L’OCCITANE spas, Ixora Spa embraces the use of natural plants to heighten the allure and effectiveness of their products, which is important to many Caribbean residents.

Other services offered at Ixora Spa by L’OCCITANE now include the Immortelle Secret of Youth Anti-Aging Facial, Almond Reshaping Body Wrap, Signature Ixora Shea Nurturing Massage and two-, three- and four-day spa packages.


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