Wellness practitioner Buathon Thiennarom offers ZenNaTai healing treatments at Coqoon Spa
The Slate’s award-winning Bill Bensley designed Coqoon Spa is collaborating with visiting health practitioner Buathon Thiennarom to strengthen its wellness offerings (July 16-26). Dr. Buathon, a holistic practitioner from Thailand, who boasts a celebrity and royalty following, draws influences from Taoist practice and Tibetan medicine, as well as psychology and health sociology in her wellness treatments.
She will be offering her signature ZenNaTai healing treatments (abdominal detoxes), which offer a unique approach to holistic healing, allowing the body to release emotional and physical tension, improving one’s lymphatic flow to support the release of toxins. ZenNaTai also improves the flow of chi and restores harmony between the body and the mind.
For her Energy Enhancing sessions Dr. Buathon combines energy healing with Tibetan sound therapy, where guests are able to experience her healing oils to activate the body’s subtle energy flow by awakening the chakra energy. This treatment is perfect to calm the mind.
Her Mind Transformation sessions enhance mental clarity and emotional wellness through conscious breathing, transforming stresses and emotions into vitality.
Dr. Buathon’s treatments can be enjoyed at the luxurious Coqoon Spa (July 16-26), set against a luscious rainforest and tropical garden. Guests can find out more by booking a complimentary holistic consultation to understand the connection of the mind and body.
The Slate is located on Phuket’s northern shore, just a five-minute drive from Phuket International Airport. Situated next to a secluded beach, this architectural masterpiece designed by Bill Bensley is a member of Design Hotels. The resort offers 177 rooms and villas, eight restaurants and bars, three outdoor pools, tennis courts, a private beach club, an art lounge, a kids club, an award-winning Coqoon Spa, and a cooking school. The Slate pays tribute to local Thai history, customs, heritage and cuisine.