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September 17, 2019 - Harvest Wellbeing returns to Six Senses Kaplankaya, Turkey on October 11 to 13, 2019. Come and connect with idea-sharers, inspirational content and important topics that affect us all and the planet around us.
Everyone's relationship with nature and wellbeing is different, which is why Harvest Wellbeing creates experiences that allow you to connect with them in multiple ways - through inspirational content, relatable speakers, hands-on experience and a genuine sense of community.
From October 11 to 13, join us at Six Senses Kaplankaya for fascinating talks and eye-opening workshops that help us harvest knowledge and combine our ambitions to create change and drive progress.
Delve deeper into topics around wellbeing by discussing the modern-day importance of ancient healing, technology, sexual exploration and the power of social connection. You can also take part in workshops such as breathwork, yoga, water sports, fitness classes, sound healing and more.
Harvest Nature, held in May, offered guests an impressive line-up of high-profile experts in their field including Wade Davis, Howard Covington and Sylvia Earle among many others. The feedback from the event was phenomenal, with 100 percent of respondents rating 5/5 for the overall experience.
"It is a mind-blowingly different and creative way of bringing people together around critical issues and interspersing serious discussions with personal wellness, fun and relaxation," said Sheelagh Antrobus, Harvest Nature speaker.
Harvest’s reputation is growing, attracting interest from guests and speakers from around the globe, in turn making every event increasingly inspirational. There’s also a host of new technology including podcasts, videos and a mobile app, which details the program and talk descriptions and enables you to connect with other guests.
“If you had to be born anywhere in time, this is the time. If you want to have an impact. Because what we do or what we fail to do right now will make all the difference in the world,” said Sylvia Earle, world-leading oceanographer and Harvest Nature speaker.
Renowned poet David Whyte brings a unique and important contribution to our understanding of the nature of individual and organizational change.
Growing up during China’s Cultural Revolution and separated from her family aged eight, Ping Fu went on to become Inc. Magazine’s 2005 Entrepreneur of the Year and Director of Burning Man and LongNow Foundation.
Trained as a psychologist and medical anthropologist, Alberto Villoldo has traveled from the Amazon to the Andes learning about ancient healing methods for the body and mind, and has recently brought his revolutionary Grow a New Body program to Six Senses.
Bibi Brzozka distils the magic of the timeless Tantra and conscious sexuality philosophy into a concise, entertaining and profound workshop.
The experiential style of breathwork facilitator Lisa de Narvaez will pause the eternal hamster wheel of “more-better-faster” and instead learn how to consistently and sustainably tap into our ever-present access to true joy.
Hanli Prinsloo, multiple South African freediving record holder and founder and CEO of I AM WATER Ocean Conservation, leads us on a step-by-step guide to breathing preparation, stretching and yoga.
The first eco-friendly residential and hospitality destination of its kind to combine architectural excellence and five-star service with best-in-class well-being, Six Senses Kaplankaya is the perfect backdrop for international families who live a modern and hectic life to unplug, explore, socialize and recharge. Those who stay longer than the weekend might venture beyond the resort to visit nearby architectural remains at the ancient Temple of Artemis at Ephesus and the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus.
The closest international airports, Milas-Bodrum (BJV) and İzmir Adnan Menderes (ADT), accommodate over 40 scheduled flights per day from Istanbul and Ankara international airports, as well as many seasonal direct flights from many European and Middle Eastern cities (eg. London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Moscow, Baku, Kuwait etc).
Transfers from Milas-Bodrum (BJV):
You can reach the resort in just 10 minutes by helicopter, 30 minutes by boat or 60 minutes by car. Transfers are not included in your ticket, however we can help arrange one for you.