The Landmark London has partnered with alternative practitioner Alan Dolan – founder of Breathing Space – to launch a new service as part of the reopening of the hotel’s spa and health club.
Dolan has created a special package for guests looking to “transform their lives” through improving their breathing techniques.
“Conscious breathing is a powerful and safe way to infuse the body with oxygen and energy and recharge one’s systems to the maximum healing capacity,” Dolan said. “Breathwork can lead you to enjoy optimum health, mental and emotional clarity and experience an ever-deepening relationship with yourself.”
The introduction of the new service is part of the relaunch of The Landmark London’s spa, which has undergone an extensive redevelopment programme.
Treatment rooms, spa reception and changing areas have all been redesigned and reconfigured as part of a strategy to improve the spa’s customer journey.
Specialist consultancy SMC Design was brought in to plan the re-design, which includes the use of materials – such as dark copper and porcelain stone tiles – deemed to have a “synergy with the architecture” of the spa’s historic surroundings.
The Landmark London – a 300-bedroom hotel – is housed in the Hotel Great Central building in Westminster. Dating to 1899, the building was designed by Sir Robert William Edis and was one of the original grand hotels of the late Victorian era.