Connect with yourself through movement
Replenish energy levels and reduce stress
Personal trainer and yoga instructor Ivan Young, helps guests achieve health and happiness with personalized fitness classes to tone or strengthen your body while keeping the focus on fun. Choose between the state-of-the-art fitness center and the outdoor fitness circuit.
One of the most powerful ways to connect with ourselves is through simply moving our feet. It replenishes our energy levels, reduces stress and improves both physical and mental health.
Researchers at the University of Vermont found that even 20 minutes of exercise can give you mood-boosting benefits for up to 12 hours afterward. Feeling happier means connecting with yourself and everything and everyone around you too.
Ivan Young, personal trainer and yoga instructor at Six Senses Uluwatu, Bali is passionate about helping guests achieve a life of health and happiness. His fitness classes are personalized to incorporate a variety of methods to shape, tone or strengthen your body while keeping the focus on the fun. Choose between the state-of-the-art fitness center and the outdoor fitness circuit … who knew sweating could be so enjoyable?
Don’t feel like flexing your muscles? Try yoga or meditation at the outdoor pavilion and be rewarded with lovely views from every angle (downward dog, triangle, warrior or tree pose). Or add an upside-down dimension to your yoga practice and stimulate the release of happy hormones by giving aerial yoga a whirl.
Want to invest more time in your body? Our multi-day Trim & Fit program is designed to improve stamina, tone the body, enhance fitness and address specific movement-related concerns. It starts with a non-invasive wellness screening to measure your key health biomarkers. Our wellness experts use the results to recommend the right blend of high and low intensity training and soothing treatments.
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