CONNECT, BALANCE, REJUVENATE AND REBUILD at a Wellness Retreat at Soneva Kiri resort in Thailand, set amidst a tropical rainforest and surrounded by azure blue waters of the Gulf of Siam.
The Wellness Retreat is available from Nov, 1 to Dec. 7, 2015.
Soneva Kiri is located on Thailand’s fourth largest but least populated island, Koh Kood, one hour by private plane from Bangkok. The resort offers 36 large pool villas, ranging in size from one to six bedrooms, nestled amidst a lush jungle setting with great ocean views.
Its in-house wellness therapists are among the world’s best in their respective fields. Soneva resorts are located in unspoiled locations that are remote yet accessible, helping to ensure a genuine disconnect, both emotionally and digitally.
The wellness retreat uses only natural, organic and sustainable materials and ingredients for food and living. It also offers a revolving residency of visiting practitioners, specialized in various disciplines and therapies, throughout the year as well as a Soneva ‘Healer-in-Residence’ program.
Soneva’s 360-degree approach to wellness spans every touch point of your stay – from the naturally beautiful and energetically powerful locations, through to the food it serves and the experiences it offers.
Its Michelin-starred chefs use only fresh, organic and sustainable ingredients, sourced from local suppliers to create delicious/ healthy meals. All dietary requests are catered to, including raw food menus on request.
It also features six different types of wellness water, which has been energized by the introduction of different minerals and crystals with therapeutic benefits.
Soneva’s Six Senses Spa offers blissful spa journeys that elevate and stimulate all the senses. Our aim is to provide all guests with a blueprint for a happier, healthier life.
Soneva describes its approach as “Intelligent Luxury” — by sharing its passion for the natural world in subtle, respectful and innovative ways.
“We deliver space, privacy, comfort and beauty in total harmony with the pristine locations of our resorts. By avoiding the usual clichés of luxury and instead focusing on what is rare and precious, guests leave with a sense of wonder and feel more connected, balanced and rejuvenated – on many physical and emotional levels.”