“If the post-Christmas budget won’t stretch far enough for a short break or getaway, give the mind, body and soul a little holiday at Stephanie’s Ocean Spa.
A world of relaxation, rejuvenation and indulgence awaits at the day spa and beauty therapy complex on-site at Outrigger Little Hastings Street Resort and Spa, backing on to Noosa National Park.
No matter whether you choose a long and luxurious four-hour escape or quick 30-minute pick-me-up, you’ll leave refreshed and with renewed vigour to take on the day.
Stephanie’s, located on Level 2 of the Sunrise Building, must have one of the Sunshine Coast’s most extensive and decadent array of treatments using state-of-the-art equipment and expert therapists.
You don’t have to be a wine lover to enjoy the benefits of Vino Therapy in the specialty $15,000 timber bath, that is bathed in natural light through open windows.
Originating in France (where else?) but spreading worldwide , this highly relaxing treatment combines the use of delicate grape extracts to soothe the skin and slow ageing through the humble grape’s rich antioxidant properties. Vino exfoliations, immersion soaks and couples’ treatments are offered and reasonably priced .
The couples geisha love immersion soak, for example, is from $69 per person and includes a complimentary glass of bubbles.
For an even greater appreciation of the vino therapy, try the two-and-a- half-hour Spa de Vine signature treatment, which includes a Vino salt scrub, 60-minute relaxation massage using signature Vino essences plus Stephanie’s signature Vino soak and Vino body wrap and complimentary glass of bubbles, topped off with spa refreshments of herbal tea and seasonal fruit sorbet ($385 per person).
The Mineral Floatation Colour Therapy has been likened to swim- ming in the world-renowned Dead Sea, as it creates weightlessness and rejuvenation benefits from the dense