Hosted by top Australian trainer and former NRL player Ben Lucas and one of Australia’s most well-known yoga instructors, Kate Kendall, ‘Clean Breaks’ will be the perfect six-day getaway for anyone who wants to enjoy an active but luxury break by the beach.
“Reports suggest that Australian office workers spend on average 22-23 hours per week sitting, a further average of six hours on public transport per week and then 28 hours sitting around for recreation. In a year, that adds up to over 16 weeks that you are sedentary,” says Ben Lucas. “By the time people get the opportunity to take a holiday, they are usually exhausted and continue to do minimal physical activity while indulging on more unhealthy food.”
“Clean Breaks are experiences that take you outside of your usual routine and into inspiring environments. They’re an opportunity to decompress, cleanse, get fit and feel good so that you can step back into your life with a fresh perspective and new tools for staying focused, productive, mindful and clear,” says Kate Kendall.
Located on the shores of Nusa Dua, this beachfront resort occupies 10.7 hectares of lush tropical gardens with an enormous lagoon swimming pool winding throughout the grounds.
Clean Breaks have partnered with Back in Bali who helps connect holiday goers with the finest accommodation and restaurants. Some restaurants guests can expect to dine at include the infamous Mamasan and the Sunset Seafood BBQ on the beach.
Clean Breaks includes:
- Held at Melia Bali’s five-star resort in Nusa Dua
- Six night stay in deluxe rooms
- Daily fitness training with Ben Lucas
- Daily yoga practice with Kate Kendall
- A variety of outdoor activities
- All meals at premier restaurants included
- Massage therapy and relaxation options
- $3,400 + GST PP all inclusive