The St. Regis Mexico City Begins Using New Meditation Technology

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The St. Regis Mexico City rolled out a series of new spa treatments and technologies as part of its new Meditation Butler by Remède Spa. Visitors will be able to use the new Muse headband and receive spa treatments aimed at sleep and relaxation.

The Muse headband is a light headband that provides audio feedback on the wearer’s brain activities. The new technology helps focus the brain if the user’s mind wanders and helps guide meditation.

Remède Spa also introduced its new 90-minute Mindfulness Sleep Ritual. The spa treatment, aimed at fighting stress, starts off with a facial reflexology. Guests then receive, using quartz and essential oils, a massage designed to relax the nervous system. This is followed by a meditation session using the Muse headband.

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Guests can also receive the in-room Profound Relaxation Ritual, an experience intended to help with mindful meditation and decrease anxiety, stress and insomnia. The treatment consists of aromatherapy and a shiatsu massage. Hot tea and use of the Muse headband are complementary for this relaxation treatment.

The St. Regis Mexico City is found at the historic Paseo de la Reforma. The hotel, designed by architect Cesar Pelli and designer Yabu Pushelberg, includes 189 guest rooms and suites, the Remède Spa, fitness facilities and a panoramic indoor pool.

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