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HOTELS, RESORTS & SPAS TEACH YOURSELF SPA DESTINATIONS LEFT:


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that be learning yoga, the art of massage, proper skincare or any new skill that will allow people to maintain the improvements that their retreat resulted in, ensuring it’s a real worthwhile investment in their future health and wellbeing.”


w INNER CALM Yoga bunnies have long praised the benefits of both yoga and meditation in beating the blues, aiding sleep and even helping with pain relief, so it’s no wonder there’s growing interest from clients to learn these practices on a wellness break. Yoga styles vary from Ashtanga to Vinyasa and a lot more besides, so encourage clients to test out a few classes before their holiday so you can book the most appropriate trip. Daios Cove in Crete, for example,


Yoga bunnies praise the benefits of both yoga and meditation in beating the blues and aiding sleep


offers twice-daily Jivamukti yoga classes, where exercises are practised alongside chanting, music and scripture readings. The sessions take place outdoors during a five-day Yoga Retreat (October 3-7) so clients can breathe in fresh air and marvel at dramatic views over the cove as they learn how to put the core philosophy of this yoga form into practice in daily life. Wellbeing Escapes recommends the yoga programme at The


Ananda in India for clients who want to combine yoga and meditation with the principle of Ayurveda, which identifies a client’s ‘dosha’ and focuses on natural ways to improve wellbeing. The resort, in the Himalayan foothills close to the birthplace of yoga, Rishikesh, offers a seven-night programme including daily personalised yoga sessions and meditation classes and a wellness consultation with the Ayurvedic doctor. For yogis seeking a short- haul option, there’s the Chedi Andermatt retreat in Switzerland, where clients learn meditation techniques and exercises associated with Lu Jong yoga by booking a four-night Mindfulness Meditation and Yoga holiday. Buddhist monk and renowned Tibetan spiritual advisor Loten Darhortsang will run workshops


and teach exercises, and he’ll answer questions about Tibetan monastic culture and practices each evening at hosted dinners. For devout yoga fans, there’s


the Yoga Programme at Absolute Sanctuary in Thailand, which Healing Holidays recommends as a popular retreat for yoga instructors themselves. Guests will enjoy unlimited yoga and meditation classes, as well as access to group fitness classes.


w FIGHTING FIT Forget lounging by the pool with a mojito – for health-conscious clients, holidays mean finally getting some free time to improve on fitness. Many hotels and resorts now offer structured workouts and classes alongside personalised diet plans that can be followed long after the holiday is over.


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