These include healthy recipes, holistic wellbeing advice, virtual exercise programs, and self-training tutorials, all curated by the resort’s team of trainers and educators.
In these times of heightened stress and anxiety due to the coronavirus pandemic, self-care is more important than ever. While heading out for a massage or facial might not be possible for some of us, there’s now the option of digital wellness services.
Chiva-Som, a luxury spa destination and wellness retreat in Hua Hin, Thailand, has launched a range of free online wellness services to encourage people to stay healthy while at home. Provided by a team of wellness advisors, practitioners, and experts, these services include consultations, guided activities, and physical training, all of which will be conducted on a one-on-one basis.
Krip Rojanastien, Chairman and CEO of Chiva-Som, said: “Now is a time for support, collaboration, and encouragement. We are committed to our guests and community, in which we are striving to distribute our wellness resources to support people’s wellbeing without boundaries. We shall pass this together.”
Backed by 25 years of holistic wellness experience, the resort hopes to offer professional support to those dealing with stress and social isolation. Participants will be able to speak directly to the wellness team live from home via video communication and receive personalized feedback regarding lifestyle and nutritional matters.
Aside from personalized sessions, Chiva-Som will also share a collection of inspirational wellness content across the resort’s digital channels. These include healthy recipes, holistic wellbeing advice, virtual exercise programs, and self-training tutorials, all curated by the in-house trainers and educators.
Expect to learn tips on boosting your immune system and getting restful sleep, alongside taking virtual classes on Pilates, yoga, and meditation. Aching from the workouts? There will also be tutorials teaching one to self-massage at home.