Vily honey massage
The Vily honey massage is a special experience named after the Slavic mermaid Vily. With her bewitching transparent body and her red golden hair, she was considered a particularly beautiful girl. She was able to change her shape and lured with her crystal clear voice youths into the water, which then drowned.
Siewa milk bath
The Siewa milk bath got its name from the goddess Siewa. She was considered the embodiment of feminine beauty. Young Siusili women were given the special bath ceremony on their wedding day. The bath is prepared with milk, cream, honey and spicy wild herbs from the heath.
Perun vitalizing massage
The Perun vitalizing massage, named after Perun, the god of light and the creator of the world.Heated herbal stamps are gently guided over the energy pathways of the body. The stimulation of the meridians reduces stress and frustration. The concentrated power of the herbs dissolves blockages and floods the body with new vitality.
Vanja's magic combines two very special applications: a beeswax heat pack followed by honey-ginger candle massage. After the bee wax pack, the skin feels particularly velvet. The composition of gently stimulating ginger extract with skin care waxes and coconut oil has a particularly balancing effect and supports the balance between body and mind.
Zosim walnut body scrub
Zosim, who gave his name to the Zosim walnut body scrub, was known as the Slavic God of Bees. In addition to small fine walnut granules and moisturizing aloe vera, honey is also found in the Zosim walnut exfoliation.
Lada warm pack
Named after Lada, who was worshiped by the Siusili as the goddess of beauty and love, the Lada warm pack is more than a cosmetic break. Avocado oil, aloe vera and precious honey are the main ingredients of Lada body cream.
The Siusili liked to end a special day with a special menu. We created Belbog's Menu, also named after a Slavic god, especially for the occasion. The special 4-course menu includes exquisite ingredients, which made the dishes of the Siusili unique even in those days. We recommend a cup of mead, the favorite alcoholic beverage of these days.