Lifestyle transformation and self-improvement are at the top of the list of priorities at Chiva-Som International Health Resort. Set against Hua Hin’s clear blue waters and lush greenery, the retreat has been the poster child of Thai luxury retreats for years, and with good reason.
For those looking to find healing through yoga, Chiva-Som offers a Yoga for Life package that aims to lead participants to self-discovery, wellness,and peace of mind through meditation, Pranayama and Ayuryedic cleansing techniques, and other holistic approaches to healing. Sessions can be arranged for groups or individuals. Guests can choose from retreats that last from three nights up to 14.
Coming to Bali is rejuvenation in and of itself, but Sukhavati Ayurvedic Retreat & Spa in Mengwi takes it one step further at their beautiful retreat where guests find inner calm through their yoga sessions.
Designed to make a person more aware of their posture, alignments, and movements, the program will help practitioners manage their stress, improve flexibility, lower the level of toxins, and even improve the flow of oxygen into the body.
Grand, sweeping views of the Paro valley, fresh mountain air, and world class service–it’s no wonder Uma Paro is a favorite of Bhutan’s royal family. The intimate 29-room resort is the getaway for those seeking to find relaxation and peace.
Wellness plays a big role in the Uma Paro experience and comes in many forms at the resort—relaxing Ayurvedic massages, aromatic facials, and of course, yoga. The resort offers complimentary yoga sessions in a pavilion overlooking the valley, but those wanting to hone their skills or delve deeper can arrange private sessions with the resort’s full-time tutor. The resort also plays hosts to yoga retreats with renowned yoga instructors throughout the year, so be sure to keep track of their calendar.