Six Senses Laamu, Maldives, wants younger guests to better understand the importance of good health. Starting this spring, nutrition and wellness experts will offer specially designed classes, interactive sessions and games for children along with family consultations on how to integrate wellness in everyday routines.
A different wellness activity will be available daily in the Den, the children’s club. These include an introduction to meditation during a music class, how to create sounds with singing bowls, basic tai chi movements and many more.
A yoga instructor will offer specially-designed yoga classes for children, during which youngsters will be taught some basic poses. In addition, families will able to reserve private family yoga sessions. The instructor will also provide insights and tips to the parents on how to make yoga and meditation fun and slowly incorporate these practices into their children’s daily routine.
Nutrition experts have created interactive games that will teach children which dishes are better for them, why they are better and where ingredients come from. The children will also have the chance to make their own healthy juice by visiting the organic garden. Here, they will handpick their favorite ingredients and add them to their own juice or smoothie. A take-home nutritional programme will also be available for parents.
Six Senses Spa Laamu offers children’s treatments including head, foot, hand and shoulder massages plus children’s facials, mini manicures, pedicures and hair braiding. Young guests from 9 to 16 years of age are always welcome at Six Senses Spas when accompanied by an adult.
To complement the Wellness Menu already available through In-Villa-Dining and at Longitude restaurant, Chef Martin has created a special Children’s Wellness Menu which features some all-time classics prepared with organic and healthy ingredients. The menu includes among others, a vegetable burger, gluten-free pasta and pizza and summer rolls, filled with fresh fruit and vegetables.