Australian brand Sodashi has become exclusive spa product provider at Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa.

In a bid to streamline the resort’s holistic experience, Emirates Wolgan Valley will offer the Sodashi range exclusively in the Timeless Spa; and introduce the internationally acclaimed Australian skin care and spa brand into all guest suites and amenities.

Recently acclaimed as Australia’s Best Hotel by travel site TripAdvisor, the luxury Emirates property will also see a visit by internationally-renowned Spa Whisperer, Nigel Franklyn.

The global spa industry veteran has been tasked to train and counsel the resort’s Timeless Spa therapists; ensuring guests continue to experience the absolute best in world-class treatment.

“With Sodashi as our exclusive spa product provider guests can now look forward to a holistic Australian wellbeing experience,” said Joost Heymeijer, General Manager, Emirates Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa.

“The world-class Sodashi product offering resonates with our brand ethos with thoughtful consideration for the environment.

“The products contain 100 per cent all natural Australian ingredients requiring less water treatment, while we have also introduced eco-friendly wall-mounted dispensers in all suites to ensure less waste.

“With counsel from Nigel, we’re refreshing the Timeless Spa treatment menu to offer guests new and exciting signature treatments incorporating the latest techniques from around the world. With spectacular views of the 4,000 acre property, it will be a spa experience like no other.”

Native to Australia, Sodashi is considered by many to be one of the purest spa brands in the world and translates from the Sanskrit word to ‘wholeness, purity and radiance’. Made using the highest quality plant essences and natural ingredients, Sodashi products are 100 per cent chemical free and have been developed based on the knowledge and wisdom of ancient philosophies and natural healing traditions.

Following a visit to Wolgan Valley, Sodashi’s founder Megan Larsen worked alongside her team to develop spa therapies utilising some of the Australian ingredients that can be found growing on the property.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management