Six Senses Launches New Yoga Programs

  • Six Senses yoga programs incorporated aspects of each spa's location into the program.

    Six Senses yoga programs incorporated aspects of each spa's location into the program.

  • Focus on posture ensures proper use of body to avoid injury.

    Focus on posture ensures proper use of body to avoid injury.

  • Meditation is a key component of the yoga programs.

    Meditation is a key component of the yoga programs.

  • Private teachers give each guest individualized attention.

    Private teachers give each guest individualized attention.

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For those looking to find balance and harmony during their travels, Six Senses, a resort, hotel, and spa company, has started a series of yogic programs at their six spas as well as a handful of partnering spas around the world. Focused on holistic healing, private, in-house yoga masters tailor each program to both the individual as well as to the environment of the spa’s locale to ensure that nothing gets out of balance.

Discover Yoga is best suited for those who are new to practicing yoga. The goal of the program is to teach postures and how to do them properly, bringing awareness to different parts of the body and, of course, the breath. Guided meditation, hatha yoga, massages, and chakra-based treatments are also scheduled in as part of the overall itinerary.

For yogis a bit more practiced, Yogic Detox cleanses the mind in body in a safe and health-conscious manner. An intestinal wash, forceful exhalation breathing exercises, advanced meditation, and hatha yoga postures give the body a thorough rejuvenation, and special attention to each participant’s needs before and during the program ensure that it comes at no discomfort. Yogic Sleep will begin the third quarter of 2014, focusing on ancient practices that induce full relaxation and deep meditative states for a complete unwind of the mind.

Locations of Six Senses spas include Zighy Bay in Oman, Laamu in the Maldives, Ninh Van Bay and Con Dao in Vietnam, and Koh Samui and Yao Noi in Thailand, and other locations of partnering spas include Greece, Portugal, Dominican Republic, India, Qatar, Kuwait, and Bangkok.

For more information, visit Six Senses.

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