Capella Bangkok opens for reservations ahead of its launch on the Chao Phraya River on Oct. 1
Six Senses’ Six Weeks of Summer of #AtHomeWithSixSenses adds new characters
Away with Six Senses
Vie Spa By Organika is re-opening with a 40% discount on the menu
Anantara Spa’s new Himalayan Thermal Therapy Treatment
12 ways of gifting: Avani Hotels & Resorts Launch Avani gift cards collection
Six Senses Partners with Covid Relief Bangkok Through three once-only experiences
Centara freshens up its hotels and resorts before welcoming back guests
Centara offers travel with confidence with fully flexible deal stays  
Four Seasons Resorts Thailand goes virtual on Global Wellness Day

Capella Bangkok opens for reservations ahead of its launch on the Chao Phraya River on Oct. 1

CAPELLA BANGKOK IS NOW ACCEPTING reservations for stays from Oct. 1, 2020. It is Capella Hotels and Resorts’ first property in Thailand.

The award-winning hospitality group focuses on crafting authentic cultural experiences for its guests, combining a legacy of thoughtful design with the highest level of personalised service.

Situated within the Chao Phraya Estate, Capella Bangkok offers 101 guestrooms, suites and villas, each of which boasts uninterrupted views of Thailand’s revered river.

The location was selected due to its access to the storied Chao Phraya River and Charoenkrung Road – Bangkok’s oldest paved road, where tradition and cultural heritage meet the city’s trendiest cafes, bars and art galleries.

Guests can enjoy a glimpse into the soul of the city at Capella Bangkok, as a dedicated team of Capella Culturist crafts enriching Capella Curates experiences centred on the dynamic neighbourhood and its intriguing residents.

Designed by architects Andy Miller and Richard Scott Wilson of Hamiltons International with interiors by celebrated tastemakers BAMO,

Capella Bangkok is a cocoon of tranquillity in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. Ranging from 61 sqm to 595 sqm each of the accommodation is fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony or verandah, allowing guests to take in the spectacle of the Chao Phraya river. Every riverside Villa and Verandah accommodation also feature an outdoor jacuzzi plunge pool.

See the video of Capella Bangkok in the making: https://bit.ly/CBKfile-finalteaser

To mark the unveiling, Capella Bangkok is offering A Star Is Born debut rate of 17,500 THB per night for stays starting Oct. 1. 2020 onwards. The opening offer includes:

  • Daily resort credits ranging from 3,000 to 8,000 THB per day* to be used on accommodation, dining or spa treatments
  • Round-trip limousine transfers for villa guests
  • Daily breakfast for two in the room or at the restaurant
  • Seamless flexible check-in and check-out times
  • Complimentary pressing of up to five pieces of clothes per stay
  • Complimentary non-alcoholic minibar

*Daily resort credit is dependent on room category

Guests can use daily resort credits at all restaurants, including the Côte by Mauro Colagreco, whose three Michelin-starred restaurant in France, Mirazur, claimed first place in “The World’s 50 Best Restaurant Awards” in 2019.

Côte will please bon vivants with its contemporary reinterpretation of traditional recipes and culinary heritage of the French and Italian riviera. Testifying to the unique, time-honoured Thai recipes of the district is the alfresco dining Phra Nakhon restaurant, while Stella will serve bespoke patisserie and libations staged in a vivid, ethereal boudoir.

 “We are thrilled to be launching Capella Bangkok at Charoenkrung, an enchanting riverside enclave,” said John Blanco, general manager of Capella Bangkok.

“In this stimulating setting, curious travellers will enjoy encounters that echo the past while being anchored in the present. We want to encourage learning and exploration, give back to the community and create emotional connections that stay with guests long after they check out.”

For more information and reservations, visit www.capellahotels.com/bangkok








Six Senses’ Six Weeks of Summer of #AtHomeWithSixSenses adds new characters

 SINCE THE END OF MARCHSix Senses Hotels Resorts Spas has offered guests, followers and friends a daily dose of live chats, cooking, meditation and yoga classes, marine biology schooling and fun-filled ‘behind the scenes’ moments from resorts to provide support, positivity and connection at home.

As lockdowns ease, not everyone is ready to jump on a plane and the prospect of IRL classes might feel overwhelming. But as a brand that firmly believes in the power of travel to recharge and reconnect, Six Senses has unveiled the next six chapters to its #AtHomeWithSixSenses story.

The beautiful landscapes, support from wellness experts and unexpected encounters will continue to provide inspiration wherever, and at whatever pace, it feels right for people.

#AtHomeWithSixSenses content will continue at sixsenses.com and @SixSensesHotelsResortsSpas and @SixSensesSpas to educate, entertain and provide an escape (albeit a virtual one) so as not to rush the process of working out what constitutes the ‘new normal’.

It has been this spirit of togetherness that has brought so much joy, inspiration and a sense of community to Six Senses hosts, friends and people from around the world.

Chapter 1: Wellness
Pioneering wellness is a core brand value. Tune in and understand how the popular wellness screening can provide a springboard to long-lasting health changes, how to keep the whole family positive and how to let go with yoga, and how to boost physical and cognitive performance with biohacks.

Chapter 2: Eat
Roasting, broiling, frying or grilling, or enjoying the fruits of an on-site organic garden with cocktail in hand? There are so many options for the brand’s Eat With Six Senses experts Jonathan and Celia as they continue to share top nutritional insights, recipes and host cooking secrets from Executive Chefs. This chapter is packed with popular kitchen characters and is as light-hearted as it is delicious.

Chapter 3: Grow
Well-being starts young at Six Senses, and this is a great time to look at the six dimensions of wellness (social, environmental, physical, spiritual, emotional and intellectual), the foundation for Grow With Six Senses. This chapter goes behind the scenes of the Junior Marine Biology and Junior Eco Warrior programs, demonstrates how to flex the spine like a cat in a kids’ yoga class and stay calm during a mindfulness journey (with a bear who will pay a surprise visit).

Chapter 4: Sustainability
From turtle talks and spotting black-shanked douc langurs to upcycling glass bottles into jewelry and learning about the first plastic-free kitchen – these daily stories will showcase the brand’s commitment to sustainability and encourage people to take responsibility now and help model mindsets for the future generations.

Chapter 5: Sleep
Sleep is much more than just pillow talk. Six Senses in-house experts come together once again to help make concrete changes in order drop off quickly, sleep soundly and wake up feeling fantastic.

Chapter 6: From the Heart of Six Senses
Six Senses hosts are the beating heart of the brand. They live by its values and project what the brand stands for every day. For the past few months, they have created the magic behind each meaningful virtual experience and will continue sharing heart-warming stories, lessons learned and experiences lived.

Friends of Six Senses
The much-loved weekly talks hosted by Six Senses Wellness Pioneer Anna Bjurstam will continue to take place every Tuesday with leading experts from around the world ready to share their insights and practical tools.

On Aug. 11, the best-selling author and celebrity therapist, Marisa Peer, will talk about the ways to reprogram the immune system at a cellular level and share powerful tools to demonstrate that it is possible to rewire one’s thoughts and beliefs to produce life-changing health results.

On Aug. 18, marine biologist and the author of Blue Mind, Wallace J. Nichols, will share how being part of something bigger than oneself really moves people. Anna will talk to a sleep specialist Dr. Neil Stanley on August 25.

Six Weeks of Summer will conclude the #AtHomeWithSixSenses story and set a scene for a new adventure to come.


Away with Six Senses

AS THE WORLD UNFURLS AND DAYDREAMS turn to the next vacation,Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is reopening around the world.

True to a brand built on wellness, all the extra precautionary steps have been taken care of with great thought and responsibility so guests can throw off constraints, live life to the full and be adventurous, free spirited and carefree.

Mindful that everyone has experienced different personal challenges, Six Senses is re-opening with the approach of offering all the facilities and amenities of a hotel or resort when needed, with the reassurance of total privacy and seclusion for when they’re not.

All locations are set up to provide ample space for people to pause, reflect and reconnect with themselves and loved ones while providing a range of optional wellness programing and fun and quirky experiences.

Although the popular #AtHomeWithSixSenses initiative will continue to provide a portal into the heart of the Six Senses community, hosts are very much looking forward to inviting guests back in person. This will hopefully come as a welcome breath of fresh air for people who have been wanting to reawaken their senses and rediscover their laughter.

With on-going international travel restrictions in place in some countries, and to respect the uncertainty that some guests may be feeling, there is also the option to purchase Plan Now, Play Later Certificates, which include an extra 20 percent value, allowing them to buy now and reconnect later, and are valid for a period of three years.

Opened since July 1, Six Senses Samui is one of those feel-good places where lazing by the pool and losing track of time come naturally. Inspired by a Thai fishing village, private villas blend into the landscape of natural vegetation and Guest Experience Makers organize everything from jungle drives to boat trips. The latest addition is a stunning new two-bedroom Beach Reserve, which offers an unparalleled sense of space and privacy with a large infinity pool and sundeck

. Samui sunsets are not to be missed – guests can sail along the beaches, relax onboard one of the authentic Thai junks or a catamaran, and appreciate life’s gifts.

A tropical island set in awe-inspiring Phang Nga Bay. Natural vegetation and lush landscaping. Total privacy between each elevated villa, which are stilted and thatched in traditional Thai style. Private pool and Guest Experience Maker. Adventurous experiences and wellness immersions.

This is how the story unfolds at Six Senses Yao Noi on Phuket. While no villas scrimp on space, the Ocean Retreat can be combined with the Ocean Deluxe Pool Villa for a three-bedroom complex offering the ultimate in comfort and convenience. The Hilltop has also been recently expanded to include a dining area, a chill-out lounge and a bar overlooking one of the best views in Southeast Asia. Six Senses Yao Noi will re-open on July 24, 2020.


Vie Spa By Organika is re-opening with a 40% discount on the menu

VIE SPA BY ORGANIKA offers unique organic and natural spa treatment experiences developed by luxury Thai spa brand ORGANIKA. The spa is now re-opening and has a super deal on offer – a 40% discount on all spa treatments and packages until the end of July.

The spa’s signature 90-minute Zenith Of Relaxation treatment is an aromatic candle massage that uses pure essential oils, soy butter, jojoba and vitamins A and E to help nourish and replenish skin moisture. This therapeutic treatment relieves the body from stress and aches and helps promote a deep and restorative sleep.

Located on the 10th floor of the boutique hotel, the newly-renovated and reopened VIE Spa by ORGANIKA comprises six private treatment rooms, a Thai massage room, a single treatment room, three rooms equipped for couples treatments, and a luxurious spa suite with a Jacuzzi.



Anantara Spa’s new Himalayan Thermal Therapy Treatment

 ANANTARA RESORTS & SPAS HAS LAUNCHED an exclusive signature wellness experience that channels infamous healing energies from the fabled Himalayan Mountains.

The Himalayan Thermal Therapy treatment is the newest addition to Anantara Spa menus in Thailand. This 90-minute wellness experience is a full-body experience that unifies the body and mind through innovative techniques that pamper from head to toe.

Harnessing the ancient healing energy of the Himalayan mountains, heated hand-carved salt stones are applied to, and glide along the body to dissolve mental and physical tension.

These ethically sourced salt stones contain 84 minerals and trace elements that, when applied to the body, work to re-mineralise the entire system, thus inducing a serene state of equilibrium and promoting natural detoxification.

Transcending guests into total bliss, the interplay between hot and cold is introduced. This thermal therapy is based on the scientifically proven benefits of applying heat to the body following by skin-cooling massage techniques.

A facial massage using iced Rose Quartz Gua Sha crystals relieves muscle tension, stimulates circulation and leaves skin with a beautiful glow.

This full-body ritual is crowned with a relaxing head massage focusing on Marma points to de-stress the nervous system and refresh the mind. The overall result is a deep sense of renewal, a radiant complexion and improvement to overall wellbeing.

Drawing upon Thailand’s wellness traditions, cultural inspirations and therapeutic ingredients, Anantara Spa offers unique signature journeys deeply rooted in authentic luxury, holistic practices and indigenous experiences, using chemical-free products, treatments and rituals, inspired by the Thai origins of Anantara, while innovative modern therapies and natural products promise the highest definition of relaxation and pampering.

Anantara Spas are a haven of peace and tranquillity – an utterly relaxing and rejuvenating experience in unique settings. Currently, Anantara Spa operates over 40 spas in 16 countries across Asia, the Indian Ocean, the Middle East, Africa, South America and Europe.

The Himalayan Thermal Therapy is now available at most Anantara Spas across Thailand.

For more information about spa and wellness with Anantara Hotels and Resorts, visit https://www.anantara.com/en/spa-and-wellness



12 ways of gifting: Avani Hotels & Resorts Launch Avani gift cards collection

AS THE WORLD SLOWLY REOPENS, Avani Hotels & Resorts makes it easier to make the gift of travel and experiences with the launch of Avani Gift Cards collection. Redeemable at any of the 32 Avani hotels and resorts around the world, the gift cards can be used to purchase overnight stays, cultural discovery journeys curated by Avani experts or indulgent spa and dining experiences.

Travellers who make the purchase before  June 28, 2020 will receive a 30% bonus credit applied to their gift cards – a limited-time offer that allows you to make the most of your stay with Avani Hotels.

The perfect birthday or holiday gift for the globetrotter in your life, Avani eGift Cards are also an elegant way to acknowledge momentous life occasions such as college graduations, marriage, anniversaries and retirement.

Simply visit www.egiftcard.avanihotels.com and select your preferred hotel gift card denomination. Ranging from USD 50 to USD 5,000, the cards can be redeemed within 12 months from the date of purchase.

Here we bring you top-rated Thai and other Avani experiences to inspire your wanderlust:

See the unknown side of Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River with Avani+ Riverside Bangkok Hotel. Delve deep into the hidden alleys, marvel at eye-catching street art and rub shoulders with the locals at out-of-the-way coffee shops – courtesy of Bangkok’s culture-makers who share their favourite hidden spots with Avani guests.

Escape to the über-modern Avani+ Hua Hin Resort in Thailand and spend your days dipping in and out of the pristine sea and multiple swimming pools. Fall for the old-world charms of the resort town of Hua Hin with its vintage villas, promenades and elegant public buildings.

Chic and stylish Avani+ Samui Resort in Thailand is a tropical playground of adventure and tranquillity. On land, go jungle trekking to uncover virgin rainforest and island temples or explore the countryside on a stylish Scomadi scooter. At sea, island-hopping, deep-sea fishing and snorkelling await.


Six Senses Partners with Covid Relief Bangkok Through three once-only experiences

SIX SENSES HOTELS RESORTS SPAS HAS PARTNERED with Covid Relief Bangkok which is co-ordinating a relief effort to distribute essential items (masks, soaps, hand sanitizers, and food) to the most vulnerable groups in Bangkok, working with Thai health authorities to maintain protective measures including social distancing to prevent the spread of the virus.

The partnership has been spearheaded by Director of Eat With Six Senses Celia Lam, herself a Bangkok resident. It began as an internal food initiative involving fellow Six Senses corporate hosts through their Mission Wellness initiative who were quick to do what they know best – and what is so deeply ingrained in the brand’s culture of being responsible and caring – to come together and provide support, compassion and kindness to others.

Celia’s memo to all hosts explained: “Rice is one of the most important staple foods, feeding over half of the world’s population. With #CovidReliefBangkok, we can support our communities that urgently need our help. All it takes is one – one bowl, one bag of rice. Together we will make a difference.”

But why stop there? Since the beginning of the pandemic, Celia has become a firm favorite on the @SixSensesHotelsResortsSpas Facebook channel, offering much needed food inspiration by streaming live, easy-to-follow cooking classes as part of the #AtHomeWithSixSenses campaign. Her Rocket Fuel immune booster recipe was one of the first videos to debut.

With that in mind, teaming up with the @socialgiver platform, Six Senses developed three GiveCard offerings for anyone wanting to support Covid Relief Bangkok and enjoy some totally unique Six Senses experiences at the same time.

Got Rice? Six Senses Covid Relief Fundraiser
(all proceeds go towards Covid Relief Bangkok)

Top Chef Cooking Series

For anyone dreaming of slicing and dicing like a professional chef, this is a once-only chance to squeeze the best kept secrets out of talented Six Senses Executive Chefs Todd Adams, Walter Butti and John Bakker.

The Chefs are usually cooking up a storm in Six Senses Krabey Island in Cambodia, Six Senses Yao Noi in Thailand and our lodges in Six Senses Bhutan. However, just THB 3,000 transports the chosen Chef to any kitchen, anywhere in the world, for a virtual cooking class to treat three best friends.

Wellness Weekends in Thailand

Keen to support, the two Six Senses properties in Thailand, Six Senses Samui and Six Senses Yao Noi, are offering GiveCards for a two-night stay. Each weekend escape includes transfers and breakfast for two, plus wellness consultations, immune-boosting meal planning, a private Alchemy Bar session to make all-natural spa products and additional wellness amenities and activities. A special rate of THB 15,970. Validity/blackout dates and terms apply.

Immunity SOS Care Kit GiveCard

Hand-crafted and donated by Celia, the Immunity SOS Care Kit was designed to bring the body back into balance from home quarantine with a Rocket Fuel immune booster tonic, an Oh My Gut digestive tincture and a Liver Love detox tincture. Curated with herbs from Celia’s travels and infused over a six-week period, the Immunity SOS Care Kit can be delivered to any address in Bangkok. This unique package is available for THB 1,000.

For more information about the Six Senses GiveCards and Covid Relief Bangkok, visit: https://m.socialgiver.com/campaign/got-rice-covid-relief-fundraiser/


Centara freshens up its hotels and resorts before welcoming back guests

CENTARA HOTELS & RESORTS has used the recent pause in travel to revamp and revitalize its hotels and resorts, alongside the implementation of “Centara Complete Care”, its certified health, hygiene and safety program.

To welcome guests again, Centara is completing renovations at several of its hotels in Thailand, including Centara Grand at CentralWorld Bangkok, Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya, Centara Grand Beach Resort Phuket and COSI Pattaya Wong Amat Beach.

Centara has completed several more floors of its room refurbishment project at its five-star flagship, Centara Grand at CentralWorld Bangkok. With a total investment of THB 650 million, this complete floor-to-ceiling renovation of all 505 guest rooms and suites has been entrusted to P49, the studio known for its high-quality solutions for the luxury hospitality industry across the globe.

The designs for the new room interiors draw inspiration from Thai artisans, textures and patterns, and will create a stylish and contemporary aesthetic. Guestrooms, including bathrooms and furniture, will be totally upgraded and connectivity will be installed at a standard reflecting the demands of today’s sophisticated travellers.

At Centara Grand Mirage Beach Resort Pattaya, all 555 sea-facing guestrooms and suites are being re-painted and refreshed. The resort is also performing maintenance work on all family facilities, to ensure that it can welcome parents and their children in total safety.

Known for its prime location and array of entertainment options,  Centara Grand Beach Resort Phuket is currently renovating its main swimming pool to surprise families and couples who will be able to enjoy a relaxing and exhilarating leisure activities.

Finally, the finishing flourishes were put on the rooms and public spaces at COSI Pattaya Wong Amat Beach whilst its 24-hour lifestyle café was renamed Café 247, reflecting its ever-open status as a social stop for hungry guests and passers-by.

A digital playspace-cum-eatery, guests can find anything ranging from modern Thai classics to western favourites and coffee or a drink any time they fancy.

In partnership with Ecolab and SGS, Centara has also launched Centara Complete Care, a 12-point action plan covering social distancing, health, hygiene, and enhanced sanitization across the entire guest journey, as well as extensive training, accreditation and monitoring.


Centara offers travel with confidence with fully flexible deal stays  


CENTARA HOTELS & RESORTS is launching a complete travel with confidence offer “Stronger Together” that features a fully flexible stay at four extraordinary prices. 

Rates start at 960 THB at any Centara Hotels & Resorts across Thailand – Bangkok, Pattaya, Hua Hin, Rayong, Koh Chang, Trat, Phuket, Krabi, and Samui. In addition, Centara offers free half-board for stays of four nights or more.

 You can book now at www.centarahotelsresorts.com/stronger-together to enjoy a fully flexible stay, with free modification and cancellation policy, any time before Nov. 20, 2020.

In addition, guests at all Centara hotels and resorts can be reassured on their safety and health with Centara Complete Care, an enhanced and certified health and hygiene program to support new travel norms. This was developed in close collaboration with Ecolab, a global leader in water and hygiene technologies, and Swiss multinational firm SGS, the expert in quality verification and certifications.

 This attractive promotion is available to all new and existing members of CentaraThe1. Simply sign in or sign up to become a CentaraThe1 member to receive the maximum discount.  Register now for free at www.centarahotelsresorts.com/sign-up.

 For more information, visit centarahotelsresorts.com.



Four Seasons Resorts Thailand goes virtual on Global Wellness Day

CELEBRATING HEALTH AND WELL-BEING and the motto “one day can change your whole life”, Four Seasons Resorts ThailandFour Seasons Resort Chiang Mai. Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle and Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui invite guests to celebrate Global Wellness Day on June 13th – with virtual healing and mindful experiences conducted by the resort’s well-being experts and visiting masters.

The online series, which will be broadcast on the resorts’ individual Instagram page, will take guests through a range of experiences – from tea meditation and wellness cooking, to kundalini yoga to mindfulness sessions with visiting practitioners.

Mindful Practice

“Even as we all stay safe at home out of an abundance of caution, we wanted to share transformational experiences that will help cope with times like these, and also give guests a chance to dream a little… of better times to come,” shares Anthony Gill, general manager, Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai and Tented Camp Golden Triangle.

 Taking inspiration from the Japanese Zen tradition of tea ceremony, guests are invited to start the day with Tea Meditation led by the resort’s Naturopath, Sudha Nair. “It is inspired by ‘ichigo ichi’, meaning one time, one meeting,” she said.

“Drinking tea is a part of our daily routine. This meditation brings a focus to mindfulness of the experience – from boiling the water to savouring the tea.” For this online session, guests are required to come prepared with a pot of boiling water and a tea cup with tea leaves.

“The healing power of nature’s embrace is much-needed – now more than ever,” said Tobias Emmer, camp manager at Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle. On Global Wellness Day, the Camp will launch Forest Bathing – a therapy trail inspired by the jungles at the Golden Triangle.

“Nature is a good medicine and being one with nature in times like these allows us to take our thoughts away from the daily routine.”

Introducing this experience for the first time, guests will be transported to the beautiful jungle setting to partake in this mindful practice through a live broadcast. Ideal for those wanting to immerse in nature, the experience will inspire guests to connect with themselves and the serene atmosphere of the bamboo jungles at the Camp.

Kitchen Secrets

Bringing a focus to Four Seasons Resort Chiang Mai’s soon-to-be-introduced plant-based menus, the resort’s Executive Chef, Liam Nealon demonstrates his favourite recipe – Beetroot Burger with Hummus – a light meal for those who want to achieve optimal weight, but still craving a wholesome plate. “I would be lying if I don’t say I have days when I crave the typical ‘junk food’ – a plant-based burger is my go-to on such days.”

Down by the beach, Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui’s extensive menus focuses on ocean-fresh seafood and Chef de Cuisine Ivo Benidio will demonstrate a simple and healthy recipe using fresh catch, while Jon Curiel, Director of Restaurants, brings his expertise in beverages to share his favourite health shot.

“I call it TPC Aloe – very low sugar content to avoid undesirable insulin spikes and combines diuretic properties with antioxidants and electrolytes. Guests will have to tune into the virtual session to know what goes into this drink,” he smiles.

Visiting Masters

Over the past few years, the resorts have forged a strong connection with healing experts from around the world, who schedule visits year-round to give guests a truly immersive well-being experience.

One of the resort’s most popular visiting experts, Reiki practitioner Shaylini Somani will guide guests through a meditation and healing session in a virtual format.

“We will go through some breath work, followed by a guided meditation to take your mind off the day-to-day stresses and allow you to focus on the present,” she shares, “Distance healing can work in wonderful ways – from clearing deep-rooted energy blocks to achieving peace and cleansing across spaces and geographies.”

Kundalini Yoga, meditation and healing specialist, Paramjot Singh Khalsa and Evelyn Wörz, will guide guests through a session that focuses on overcoming stress, anxiety and fear. “Preparing for or resetting life to a ‘new normal’ can be difficult,” he says. “Through this virtual session of Kundalini Meditation and Yoga, I hope you will be able to find the lightness and joy of life, and the boundless love that embraces us all.”

Focusing on the power of mindfulness, the educative session with Holistic Heath Practitioner, Carol Kandell is inspired by a global movement that focuses on conscious awareness of thoughts and words. “It utilizes Neuro-Linguistic Programing techniques (NLP),Complaining, gossiping and criticizing are destructive to not only our relationships with others but also to the very cells in our bodies. These unconscious habits lead to both physical and emotional breakdowns.”

During this 60-minute workshop participants will discuss the reason people complain and how to lovingly counteract the same. “We will build new muscles by using practical tools with which to change these habits of speech, in a fun and playful way. You’ll be able to track your progress and watch as your life and relationships shift to one of greater abundance, freedom, connection and joy.”

 “We live in extraordinary times. Now, more than ever, we look forward to bringing our guests closer to themselves, their loves ones and a deep appreciation of the present, which will help define each of our futures,” says Sean Mosher, general manager, Four Seasons Resort Koh Samui, as all three resorts prepare to celebrate Global Wellness Day.

 Schedule of session:

 Golden Triangle

  • 9:00 am (GMT +7) – Forest Bathing with Jutatip Sakulpanitcharuen, Spa Manager

 Chiang Mai

  • 6:00 am (GMT +7) – Tea Meditation with Sudha Nair
  • 1:00 pm (GMT +7) – Boost the immune system with the plant-based cooking by Liam Nealon
  • 4:00 pm (GMT +7) – Mediation and Distance Healing session by Shaylini Somani
  • 6:00 pm (GMT +7) – Kundalini Yoga and Meditation by Paramjot and Evelyn

 Koh Samui

  • 10:00 am (GMT +7) – Flavour of Samui (creating homemade scrub) by Rattanapron Morkmeung
  • 11:00 am (GMT +7) – Health Shot by Jon Curiel
  • 1:00 pm (GMT +7) – Cooking with Fresh Catch by Ivo Benidio
  • 3:00 pm (GMT +7) – Mindfulness of Speech by Carol Kandell
  • 5:00 pm  (GMT +7) – ‘Pick me Up’ stretches by Sakol Chotchuang


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