Tourists planning their visits to Bali are spoilt for choice when it comes to spas, wellness offerings, and retreats.
If you can dream it, it can happen for you in Bali. From full-day pamper sessions to a massage overlooking the ocean to a complete system reset, there is something for every mind, body, and soul in Bali.
One of the most loved hotels in Bali is the Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve. The ultra-luxurious resort offers guests a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist towns and the opportunity to immerse into the landscape in a truly innate way.
Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, has just launched a new wellness program called ‘Disconnect to Reconnect,’ which offers guests an unrivaled opportunity to retreat into luxury, rest, and rejuvenation in the heart of Bali.
The wellness journey has been curated by the hotel’s team of top therapists and wellness specialists. They have come together to design a wellness experience that enables guests to truly disconnect from the stresses and strains of everyday life and dive deep into the healing nature of Bali, complimented by an exquisite range of treatments.
The program really is a journey, more than an off-the-menu series of treatments; the Disconnect to Reconnect program rotates what is on offer every day on a four-day cycle.
Treatments and wellness sessions on offer range from Breathwork and Vibrational Sound Therapy, Mandala Art, a Balinese Medicinal Plants Workshop, as well as Women’s Circle Healing and Unveiling Masculine Healing.
This plethora of activities offers guests a truly holistic and comprehensive approach to exploring their own wellness journey. With new activities on offer every day, guests can pick and choose a schedule that works for them and focus on attended sessions that really resonate with their unique journey.
The catalog of wellness experiences in the ‘Disconnect to Reconnect’ are really the gifts that keep on giving. Sessions in the program also include Aquatic Therapy, Quantum Healing, Chakra Balancing, and Pranasudi Activation and initiate yoga classes that focus on promoting equilibrium within the nervous system.
Situated overlooking the gorgeous Ayung River, Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, is consistently voted as one of the best hotels and resorts in Indonesia and in the world.
For travelers looking for a once-in-a-lifetime, no-expense-spared getaway, the Mandapa, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, should certainly be up for consideration.
For travelers with less time to spare for wellness but who want to tip their toes into the healing powers of the Island of the Gods, where does the journey begin?
Ubud is undoubtedly the wellness capital of Bali. It is also the arts and cultural capital of the island, making the town the perfect destination for travelers seeking a space to rest, recharge, and soak up some new inspiration.
Yoga schools like The Yoga Barn, Radiantly Alive, and Initiative Flow are all super popular with Ubudians, and each has a strong focus on yoga as a spiritual practice, not simply a workout.
The Yoga Barn is a full wellness center in its own right.
Integrated into the yoga school is the stunning Kush Spa. Offering drop-in treatments, ideal for tourists on day trips or just passing through Ubud, there is a wealth of health and healing services to enjoy.
Offerings range from traditional Balinese massage to hot stone massage, through to Vedic astrology, acupuncture, and chakra balancing.
While Ubud is the wellness capital of Bali, Uluwatu is proving to be a coastal healing heaven in its own right.
The Istana Uluwatu is a prime example of this. The Istana is a luxury mediation retreat center that offers world-class healing therapy sessions that range from cryotherapy to yoga and all the latest biohacking modalities known to humankind.
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