Dewa Spa Menu

Dewa Spa Menu

Dewa Spa Menu Welcome to Tibet in the Catskills: a one of a kind spa and healing center providing a world class experience for all guests. Come experience our unique traditional Tibetan therapies rarely found in the west! To Download The Dewa Spa Menu for 2017  Please Click here.  

Book Sessions

Book Sessions

Visiting Menla for Wellness Sessions Our Tibetan-inspired Dewa Spa is open by appointment through out the year for individuals, couples + small groups. Ku Nye, Single Sessions, Day Packages & Customized Gift Gift Vouchers are available upon request. Date, Times & Services Vary. Ku Nye & Therapeutic Massages: Treat yourself & your loved ones to our signature Ku Nye Tibetan Massage or to a full day of spa relaxation. To learn more please click the link below & our Menla Dewa Spa Support Staff will contact you about dates + treatment style availability. Book Your Spa Therapy Now    

Camping

Camping

Camping at Menla: Nestled along side Pantherkill Stream Menla offers raised camping platforms & simply appointed tent cabins during select Tibet House US programs (weather permitting) and as an option for your guests when designing your next group rental. Please see event listings for Tibet House US programs with camping options. Tent Space:   *Please note that tent platforms are booked on a first come, first serve basis. Tent Cabin: *Tent Cabin accommodations are based on program availability.

Cuisine

Cuisine

Cuisine     Menla’s wellness cuisine is centered around serving fresh, delicious and healing foods. We source primarily from local farms with an eye toward seasonal and organic fruits, vegetables, grains, and legumes. We also receive a wonderful bounty from our on-site organic garden throughout the year. Our Executive Chef, Charles Goodall, loves to explore the fantastic flavors of various regional cuisines through their use of different ingredients, particularly herbs and spices. He and the kitchen team create combination of traditional and modern dishes that showcase what the Hudson Valley has to offer in a delicious and healing way. Most

Spa and Healing Center

Spa and Healing Center

Spa and Healing Center Welcome to Tibet in the Catskills! Our unique 4,000-square-foot, two-story Dewa Spa features nine treatment rooms, with Tibetan herbal soaking tubs, an Ayurvedic room and a couples massage room. Both men’s and women’s locker rooms provide Finnish and Far-Infrared saunas, steam rooms, rain showers with jets, radiant heat and climate control. We invite our guests to spend some time sipping on a cup of tea in our relaxation lounge with a spectacular view of our garden and surrounding mountains. Additional amenities include our outdoor swimming pool, gym and fitness room, yoga studio and outdoor tennis courts.

Local Info & Wildlife

Local Info & Wildlife

Local Info & Wildlife Area Information Menla is 1,500 feet above sea level and set on a 325-acre private nature reserve. At 3,720 feet above sea level, the peak of Panther Mountain is one of the tallest in the Catskills. Menla is located in a region of the Catskills renowned for its unspoiled beauty, variety of wildlife, abundance of rushing streams and rivers, and ancient forested mountains. The Catskills are one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world and used to be connected to the Alps before the continental divide. Aside from its natural splendor, the area offers such

Mission & History

Mission & History

Mission & History Mission Statement For a thousand years, Tibet was called the “Land of Medicine” by its neighbors. It is in this spirit that we named our center Menla, which is Tibetan for “Medicine Buddha.” Menla’s mission is to offer a world-class spa and integrated healing system, combining the best of Western integrative medicine with elements of Tibetan medicine, Ayurveda, and other holistic traditions. Menla Property History 375 million years ago, before dinosaurs and when the Catskill region was under a shallow sea, a half-mile-wide meteor crashed here, creating the oldest known meteor impact crater on Earth. The crash