Six Senses Courchevel Unveils New Wellness Program for Ski Season

Six Senses Residences Courchevel is offering a luxurious wellness getaway. Guests of the Residences can enjoy unlimited runs in the Three Valleys, the world’s largest ski area, before heading back to their apartment to recover and rejuvenate in the Six Senses spa.

Ahead of the 2023-24 season, the spa has launched a series of new treatments—from sound healing and targeted recovery through MTT, kinesiology, physiotherapy and movement rehabilitation to breath-work sessions and yoga classes. New this year, the spa will offer a selection of three-, five- or seven-night holistic programs focusing on sleep, yoga or detox. The “Sleep With Six Senses” program includes sleep tracking and analysis, yoga nidra, meditation, relaxing treatments, nutrition advice and more. Tip: Guests looking for a more private experience can choose the “Exclusively Yours” package and hire out the entire spa The package includes refreshments, savings on skincare products and the option to enhance the experience with selected treatments.

The Six Senses spa comprises five treatment rooms, an indoor pool and juice bar, manicure and pedicure station, gym and fitness studio, a vitality area with sauna, steam, and Kneipp path and an outdoor hot tub.

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Inspired by the organic shapes of snow waves, the spa offers a perfect respite after an exhilarating day on the slopes (Six Senses Residences Courchevel)

Good to know: A range of passes and memberships are available to those staying elsewhere in Courchevel to relax and recover from a day on the mountains. From signature therapies to locally inspired treatments, the Residences Spa offering includes focused sports preparation and recovery, along with biohack screenings designed to enhance training and optimize snow sports performance. Treatments include a Muscle Recovery System, Pain Relief with iTens and a Relaxed Feet massage to help restore the body’s balance and release aches and pains.

Located in the French Alps, Courchevel 1850 is known for its skiing and the largest concentration of Michelin-starred restaurants in a ski resort. Courchevel is home to long and cruisy blue and green runs, a perfect resort for beginners, as well as the highest number of black runs in The Three Valleys, including the World Ski Championships run Eclipse, and numerous off-piste adventures ideal for thrill-seekers and the most advanced skiers. As one of the world’s highest ski resorts, Courchevel has reliable snow with 85 percent of the ski area sitting above 5,905 feet. The north-facing slopes stay cold throughout the winter ensuring ideal snow conditions from early December until late April.

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