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Byron spa releases refreshed menu

THE Byron at Byron Spa and Wellness Centre continues to delight guests with a refreshed spa menu featuring a unique outdoor couples massage set deep within the 45 acre rainforest that surrounds the resort.

The massage has been developed by returning spa manager Melinda Dunn.

Ms Dunn brings over 12 years experience in the beauty and fitness industry including owning and managing her own beauty and fitness business and three years managing the spa from 2007 to 2009. 

Named The Elements of Nature, the outdoor couples massage is a quintessential rainforest experience to be enjoyed with a friend. 

The outdoor couples massage is a feature treatment of the spa's signature menu, which showcases the unique attributes of the natural environment, incredible therapists and the Byron at Byron ethos to create a memorable and spiritual journey for guests.

Inspired by nature, the signature spa menu celebrates the majestic rainforest and the invigorating ocean set on the doorstep of the resort.

Signature treatments encompass native Australian ingredients and rituals distinctive to Byron Bay, each named in tribute to the natural surrounds and showcasing iKOU and Pevonia Botanica products.

The Byron at Byron Spa and Wellness Centre encompasses six luxurious treatment rooms, spa, steam room, relaxation area and Vichy shower, designed to leave guests with a stillness of mind and reenergised soul.

Daily yoga classes are facilitated by life extension specialist Sheldon Leon and take place on the spa deck complementing the treatment offering.

Set within a stunning subtropical rainforest, The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa provides an idyllic escape in a relaxed atmosphere.

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