Take a break from that on-the-go life and breathe!
Stay out of that rat race.
We all are victims of everyday hustle which is why wellness travel has seen such a huge spike recently with people terming “cheering to cocktail-fuelled beach vacations” as the perfect detox holiday plan. But let’s break that bubble, the word ‘detox’ is no longer synonymous with chugging a beer or sipping margaritas but has grown to encompass the aspects of mental and emotional well-being as well. Spa resorts and wellness centres have incorporated yoga sessions, acupuncture, and meditation classes, complemented with curated diet plans. Here’s our edit of the holiday hacks you could try:
Indulge yourself with spa therapies and activities designed to help you de-stress and unwind. And being in the Bahamas you’d be able to immerse yourself in the peaceful idyllic beaches. Re-energise your body and mind by choosing your favourite spa treatments and holistic activities.
Soft and light adventure, especially when you’re on a holiday is a must. In fact, it’s a great idea to add some kind of fun element to your vacation.
You can also opt for the ultimate Bahamian bathing ritual, where a fragrant bouquet of tropical flowers begins your aromatherapeutic journey, followed by a massage. This is the perfect option if you need a peaceful spa experience.
Try the Atlantis Rejuvenation Center, one of the newest wellness retreats in the Bahamas. An experience so blissful that will linger even after a month. Their meditation and healing workshops and treatments will restore you. It even promises a personal transformation if you choose to go on one of those shore excursions: swimming with wild dolphins.
How about ayurvedic massages with sunset views? This setting can be found in the stunning Paradise Island. At Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat you’re signing up for an immersion experience in a fairly traditional yogic lifestyle.
Give these wellness retreats in the Bahamas a visit for the most relaxing and centering experience. Sounds like a great way to start the New Year, isn’t it?