Initially a niche sector of the travel market, wellness travel is rapidly becoming a part of the mainstream and Karma Spa at Karma Resorts in Bali is leading the way, especially with their children’s treatments. Most interestingly is the appointment of Teddy Sun, a yoga instructor who has worked around the world and specialises in Montessori kids’ yoga programs. That will keep them well-adjusted. Another initiative, but more suited to Mum and Dad, is the SUP, or Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga, offered at Nammos Kandara. SUP is a yoga class that is practiced on a stand up paddleboard in the ocean surrounded by Mother Nature. Sounds wobbly. MORE
Karma Spas have launched a range of slow-moving wellness experiences for the bespoke traveler, including ‘Wonderlust’ experiences, first class pilates and yoga therapy, an all organic wellness energy cuisine menu plus the new Juiceologist workshop. With an emphasis on ‘inspired wellness’, Karma Resorts is offering a combination of 100% organic local wellness cuisine and highly trained healers, fitness experts and personalized treatments. Bali is home to some of the world’s most respected healers and Karma has developed close relationships with the very best to offer healing and wellness for their guests. At Karma Spa a huge emphasis is placed on ensuring every guest’s individual needs are met and they leave feeling satisfied, healed and rejuvenated.
All guests checking into Karma Spas in Bali are treated to the new ‘Karma Wow’, a deeply therapeutic neck & shoulder massage. This signature prequel to all Karma Spa’s facials and massages is a slow and rhythmic massage, focusing on the head and shoulder area. All of Karma’s treatments, including massage, facials and signature rituals are designed to slowly and gradually ease guests into a deeply restful state where authentic healing can happen. The spa team is trained to deliver personalised, bespoke massages, with every treatment tailored to the individual needs of the guest.