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Based on science, written like fiction. From chanting monks in Bhutan to smoothies in Samui and beating jet lag like astronauts, here are all the things that made us go "huh". From tried and tested methods handed down through generations at our resorts to the latest tech: if it's about wellness we try to cover it.
Biohacking sounds futuristic, but it’s simply a way to quickly recover from travel or jet-lag and get the most out of your stay. From the Venom Back Wrap to Compression Boots, you won’t just climb mountains, you’ll be ready to move them.
Every day is wellness day at Six Senses, but we give a special focus to wellness on June 11, 2022. To celebrate Global Wellness Day, our Six Senses Spas teams around the world have prepared a schedule of complimentary activities for guests to enjoy.
How we grow, source, serve and not waste food impacts our guests, environment and local cultures and livelihoods. Home or locally grown food deserves love and attention, so at Six Senses Kaplankaya and Six Senses Douro Valley, we go slow.
As potent healing agents, plants are nature’s magic. From pickles to body scrubs, here’s how to use the abundance of homegrown, natural ingredients at Six Senses Douro Valley, Portugal to heal you inside and out.
Ever wondered why your inner voice is driven by the needs of a bear during the winter? It’s the season of kapha, when the pace should slow. Check out advice and therapies from resident Ayurvedic Doctor Gupta at Six Senses Spa Shaharut, Israel.
According to the voice of the Slow Movement Carl Honoré, slow transforms every kind of travel. Family vacations. Romantic getaways. Work trips. Even the morning commute. It turns every journey into a balm for the soul and a banquet for the senses.
Anxiety gets a pretty bad rap. It can be anything from mildly uncomfortable to downright paralyzing. Why in the world do we even need anxiety? Dr. Wendy Suzuki, neuroscientist at New York University, tells us why we need it!
Whether seeking a release, a revelation, or restoration, Six Senses Kaplankaya is open through the winter for wellness. High altitude training, yoga, Watsu, Deep Trance Light Therapy and a 35-treatment room spa, you’re in for a trip.
Relaxing hydrotherapy, mood-boosting LED chromotherapy, rejuvenating Cryotherapy and on-demand fitness training are all creating a buzz at Six Senses Spa Douro Valley. Plus, last spaces are available at our WiseMotion Retreat from November 1 to 4.
How do you cheer yourself up in times of distress or reward yourself in times of joy? Do your emotions rule your route to the fridge? Nutrition and TCM Expert Cátia Ferreira at Six Senses Spa Douro Valley can arm you with strategies to help.