Wellness

Tuscan resort Adler Thermae extends its wellness facilities

The Adler Thermae Spa & Wellness Resort in Bagno Vignoni has renovated its spa facilities and created two new saunas: a Finnish sauna with panoramic views over the undulating Tuscan hills and a bio-sauna, for those who prefer their sauna considerably cooler than the high Finnish temperatures.

The panoramic Finnish sauna, its plunge pool and relaxation area have 180-degree views over the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Val d’Orcia.

This sauna detoxifies the body, flushing out body toxins, deep cleansing pores, strengthening the immune system and stimulating metabolism. Several times a day, a member of the spa team carries out a venting ritual, when waters laced with essential oils are sprayed onto the coals generating calming, energizing and purifying steam, dependent on the oil used.

The new bio-sauna is located in the middle of the spa’s tranquil lake which is set within a disused Travertine quarry; Travertine is a form of limestone deposited by mineral springs and Adler Thermae is renowned for its thermal waters, which are piped direct from the source at Bagno Vignoni, a few minutes’ walk from the hotel). The bio-sauna helps to clear and regenerate the respiratory tract, relieves muscle tension and joint pain, and also stimulates metabolism.

These two new saunas add to the existing facilities which include Artemisia (a steam sauna with Tuscan herbs), Salino (an Etruscan sauna with salt steam), Grotta del Filosofo (a steam bath in a cave with magical relaxation area), Argillae (a Rasul clay bath) and Grotta Salina (an underground salt bath); the Grotta del Filosofo has also received a complete overhaul.

Adler Thermae has a highly qualified team of doctors and experts onsite who specialise in the fields of regenerative, preventive, complementary and gentle aesthetic medicine to supervise those guests who wish to detox, lose weight or undergo innovative non-invasive aesthetic treatments including mini-lifting with laser or Carb-O-xygen.

There are 87 rooms constructed in traditional Tuscan style, offering views overlooking the region’s hills and a bio-climatisation system that avoids the unhealthy effects of air-conditioning regulating both temperature and humidity automatically through pipe work in the walls, ceiling and floor, to ensure a total wellness experience.

Perugia (Ryanair from Stansted), is the closest airport, followed by Florence, Pisa and Rome.

Full details of all wellness packages available at Adler Thermae can be viewed on the website – www.adler-thermae.com.

 

Arabian Travel Market’s appetite for Health and Wellbeing

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Desert yoga, mountain-top meditation, dedicated wellness retreats and the rise in medical tourism were healthy components of this year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM) held in Dubai.

Wellness has moved beyond being a niche market offering feel-good treatments.  It has been redefined as a key sector of the travel industry and, according to The Global Wellness Institute, the United Arab Emirates is witnessing double digit growth in wellness-focused trips.

Experiential travel was the key theme flowing through the event, with wellness travel a natural fit. ATM provided the perfect forum and stage to shine the spotlight on the sector. It hosted 35 exhibitors representing renowned health and wellness destinations at its dedicated Wellness & Spa event. Here the range and quality of facilities and treatments reflected the ongoing developments in the industry. The Atmantan Wellness Resort, in Pune, India highlighted its ancient Vedic healing practices, The Radisson Blu 1835 Hotel & Thalasso in Cannes underlined its black star massages while the Swiss Diamond Hotel in Switzerland promoted its Medi-Spa programmes. The Chenot Palace in Azerbaijan, a dedicated wellness facility, described its latest state of the art technology while Doha’s Banana Island Resort listed its wellness packages. Other exhibitors included the Oberoi Hotels & Resorts, The Travel Collection, One & Only Resorts and Velaa Private Island in the Maldives.

Wellness continues its growth within hotel concept development. Accor Hotels announced a new agreement with R Hotels for one of the first MGallery hotels in the Middle East. The 255-room property is part of the Accor Hotels’ distinctive collection of contemporary and thought-provoking boutique hotels. The Retreat Palm Dubai is scheduled to open later this year on the east crescent of the Palm and hails to be the first of its kind in the UAE as a dedicated holistic health and wellness resort. It promises tranquillity within a natural retreat with  architectural design being a hallmark of the MGallery brand. Guest will have access to world-class wellness consultants and wellbeing treatments in addition to bespoke nutritional programmes across the hotel’s restaurants.

Fairmont promoted its Be.Your.Best concept designed to inspire its guests to transform themselves through a programme of healthy living and wellbeing. Within their resorts, this ethos is integrated to add value to the guest experience to form a 360 degree wellness package, from dining and nutrition to health, fitness and relaxation.

“The global wellness industry has witnessed incredible growth in recent years as more people incorporate healthy habits into holidays and corporate travel, with an increasing trend of travellers willing to commit their time and money to wellness,” added Simon Press, Senior Exhibition Director ATM.

“The surge of interest in this specialist tourism industry vehicle has resulted in a 40% increase in exhibitors and dedicated wellness and spa buyers from the Middle East”

The Arabian Travel market is the leading international travel and tourism event in the Middle East for inbound and outbound tourism professionals.

 

 

Yoga with personality in the Maldives

The newly opened Kandima, located on the largest island in Dhaalu Atoll in the Maldives, will offer guests the unique opportunity to experience exclusive retreats with TV presenter Nick Knowles and yoga doyen Luke Bache.
 
Entitled “Relax, Reset and Evolve” these retreats will be personally hosted four times from August this year. They have been specifically designed to inspire necessary life changes, both mentally and physically, and to give guests the tools to form new habits to enable them to change their lifestyle and balance going forward. These skills will be delivered through yoga, cooking and inspiring talks on stress reduction, better focus and wellbeing.
 
Luke Bache offers over fourteen years’ experience and is an internationally-known Yoga teacher, Therapeutic Yoga and Mindfulness consultant. He has studied with the best teachers from around the world, from shaolin masters in qi gong, thai monks and the most experienced yoga teachers. Together with Nick Knowles, he has carefully curated the retreats so that guests will receive the maximum benefit from their week at Kandima.
 
Set on a lush tropical island in the Dhaalu Atoll, Kandima Maldives is just a 30-minute flight from Male International Airport, followed by a 20-minute boat ride to the island. This 3 km long island will be the first lifestyle resort in the country. More than just another beach holiday, it is an experience, offering time out for adults and plenty of fun for children, not to mention island-living at its best, year round sunshine, watersports, top activities and a safe environment.

www.kandima.com

Norwegian Cruise Line unveils its top five spa facilities from the on-board Mandara Spa®

Norwegian Cruise Line has selected its top five spa facilities on board Norwegian’s young fleet.

As part of the Thermal Suite, the Salt Room is designed to mimic the naturally occurring salt mines and caves of Europe, used for centuries by monks for their healing properties. The room uses salt aerosol machines to fill the air with tiny breathable salt particles, that when inhaled can help alleviate breathing problems and coughs.

Available on Norwegian Getaway, Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Escape.

Maintained at -6 – 0°c, the Snow Room allows passengers to cool off in sub-zero temperatures. This facility is associated with multiple health benefits, including increased blood circulation and alleviating sore muscles. Uniquely, the room features real snow falling from the ceiling.

Available on board Norwegian Escape.

The Sea View Sauna enables passengers to relax and unwind in the dry heat whilst enjoying spectacular views from the floor-to-ceiling windows.

Available on a number of ships across the Norwegian Fleet

A number of rooms are available for treatments ranging from an Elemis Aroma Spa Seaweed Massage, combining the power of the ocean with the healing effects of aromatherapy, to an Elemis Aroma-Star Ocean Wrap to detox and cleanse the system.

Norwegian and Mandara Spa®

 The Thalasso Therapy Pool offers mineral rich salt water pool while hydrotherapy jets soothe aching muscles.

Available as part of the Thermal Suite across the Norwegian fleet*,

 

A healthy addition to the Arabian Travel Market

This years Arabian Travel Market will focus on the $8.3 billion MENA wellness tourism sector.

A Wellness Symposium, in partnership with the Global Wellness Institute, (GWI) will be launched at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM), which takes place at the Dubai World Trade Centre, 24-27 April.

Highlighting this $8.3 billion industry in the Middle East/North Africa (MENA), this scheduled event will analyse the thriving domestic (4 million trips) and inbound (4.5 million trips) wellness tourism markets as well as trends in outbound wellness tourism from the Middle East.

The UAE leads the Middle Eastern wellness tourism market. With an average of 1.7 million wellness trips generating $2.7 billion annually, it accounts for 14% of the MENA spa market, according to research from Colliers Experiential Travel Series. In Dubai alone, 25 new hotel spas are expected to open this year, making a total of over 200 spas. The UAE is followed by Morocco (1.66 million trips), Tunisia (0.76 million trips) and Jordan (0.62 million trips).

“Wellness travel is not only growing twice as fast as tourism overall, it’s evolving in bold new directions, both globally and across the Middle East. Our ongoing mission will be to bring together the top experts and latest research and trends in this travel space to ATM attendees,” said Susie Ellis, chairman and CEO of the GWI.

Following the success of last year, the Wellness Lounge at ATM is designed as a hub for wellness and spa professionals, and will host two days of up to 35 pre-scheduled appointments with high calibre Middle Eastern buyers and up to 35 international wellness suppliers.

Exhibitors include some of the most recognisable names in the industry from Italy, Switzerland France, Hungary, Canada, India and The Maldives, such as the Swiss Diamond Hotel, Lugano; L’ Albereta, Lake Iseo, Brescia; Radisson Blu 1835 Hotel & Thalassa, Cannes and the Velaa Private Island Maldives.

Arabian Travel Market (ATM) is the leading, international travel and tourism event in the Middle East for inbound and outbound tourism professionals. ATM 2016 attracted almost 40,000 industry professionals, agreeing deals worth US$2.5bn over the four days.

The 24th edition of ATM will showcase over 2,500 exhibiting companies across 12 halls at Dubai World Trade Centre, making it the largest ATM in its 24-year history.
www.arabiantravelmarket.wtm.com

ATM is part of Reed Travel Exhibition’s World Travel Market events, which also includes WTM London, WTM Latin America and WTM Africa.

The Global Wellness Institute (GWI), a non-profit 501(c)(3), is considered the leading global research and educational resource for the global wellness industry, and is known for introducing major industry initiatives and regional events that bring together leaders and visionaries to chart the future. GWI positively impacts global health and wellness by advocating for both public institutions and businesses that are working to help prevent disease, reduce stress, and enhance overall quality of life. Its mission is to empower wellness worldwide. www.globalwellnessinstitute.org

Arabian Travel Market 2017 targets the wellness surge

The US$104 billion global spa market to rub off on the UAE

• ATM 2017 returns with the dedicated Wellness & Spa Lounge as the global spa market is set to top US$104 billion by 2020 according to Global Wellness Institute report

• MENA market research highlights the UAE as the region’s top performer with the spa market value expected to top AED1.85 billion by 2020

The global wellness industry grew 10.6% to become a US$3.72 trillion market in 2015, with the spa market a key driver according to new research from the Global Wellness Institute (GWI). The research mirrored the growth in the MENA region of the tourism-related industry with the UAE at the forefront of growth.

The burgeoning sector will be showcased once again at this year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM) as the dedicated Wellness & Spa Lounge returns for 2017. Over 35 exhibitors representing some of the world’s most recognised health and wellness hospitality destinations will attend, an increase of 40% on last year’s numbers.

According to research from Colliers Experiential Travel Series: Wellness, Spa and Medical Travel 2017, the UAE spa industry is estimated to be valued at AED1.7 billion, accounting for 14% of the MENA spa market, and expected to surpass AED1.85 billion by 2020.

Dubai currently has more than 200 spas in operation, with 25 new hotel spas expected to open this year. Furthermore, the Dubai hotel spa market continues to experience increasing demand according to the Colliers report with a 9% increase in the average number of treatments sold per day in H1 2016 compared to the same period in 2015.

“The global wellness industry has witnessed incredible growth in recent years as more and more people incorporate healthy habits into holidays and corporate travel, with an increasing trend of travelers willing to commit their time and money to wellness proving to be a major driving force when making vacation decisions,” said Simon Press, Senior Exhibition Director, Arabian Travel Market.

“The surge of interest in this specialist tourism industry vertical has resulted in a 40% increase of exhibitors and dedicated wellness and spa buyers from the Middle East,” he added.

A number of wellness and travel trends are expected in 2017 including a move towards healthy holidays such as eat well, detox holidays and get-fit boot camps resulting in an increased number of wellness packages offered at spas. The exclusivity of spa and wellness is also set to become less apparent as it becomes more mainstream.

Other trends set to benefit the region in 2017 are an expected increase in demand to embrace local culture, heritage and sights.

“Safari holidays in Africa for example, are increasingly including yoga, spa and meditation as part of the itinerary. In Dubai, the Desert Yoga and Meditation camp took place in March 2016 for the fourth year in a row, clearly there’s an opportunity for the many desert resorts in the region to benefit from this trend and showcase the Middle Eastern landscapes and incredible sights,” said Press.

Medical tourism will be another key theme of the Spa & Wellness Lounge. According to Dubai Health Authority (DHA), Dubai attracted 630,831, medical tourists during 2015 out of which 298,359 (47%) were international and 332,472 (53%) were domestic.

Designed as a hub for wellness and spa professionals, the lounge will host two days of up to 35 pre-scheduled appointment with high calibre Middle Eastern buyers and up to 35 international wellness suppliers.

Exhibitors already confirmed include L’Albereta, Swiss Diamond Hotel and Velaa Private Island Maldives who will be joined by first-time exhibitor Radisson Blu Hotel 1835 & Thalasso.

“At this time of year everyone is thinking about their New Year resolutions, US-based digital marketing agency, iQuanti, revealed through data from google, ‘get healthy’ was the number one search term associated with resolutions, searched 62,776,640, a 13.77 percent increase of over 2015. There’s clearly an appetite for health and wellbeing and therefore a great opportunity for the tourism industry here to capitalise,” added Press.

The spa and wellness theme is only a part of a packed agenda being developed for ATM 2017. The main theme is experiential travel, but other highlights include, technology, halal tourism, business travel, responsible tourism, shopping, aviation, culture and heritage, and adventure travel.

ATM – considered by many industry professionals as a barometer for the Middle East and North Africa tourism sector, witnessed a year-on-year visitor attendance increase of 8% to over 39,800 in 2016, with 2,520 exhibiting companies signing business deals worth more than US$ 2.5 billion over four days.
Arabian Travel Market 2017, www.arabiantravelmarket.com

The Arabian Travel Market (ATM) is the leading, international travel and tourism event in the Middle East for inbound and outbound tourism professionals. ATM 2016 attracted almost 40,000 industry professionals, agreeing deals worth US$2.5bn over the four days.

The 24th edition of ATM will showcase over 2,500 exhibiting companies across 12 halls at Dubai World Trade Centre, making it the largest ATM in its 24-year history.
www.arabiantravelmarket.com

ATM is part of Reed Travel Exhibition’s World Travel Market events, which also includes WTM London, WTM Latin America and WTM Africa.
www.wtmworld.com

World Travel Market Events:

World Travel Market events comprise of the leading leisure travel events in the world; World Travel Market London, WTM Latin America in Sao Paulo, WTM Africa in Cape Town and Arabian Travel Market in Dubai.
The WTM Portfolio’s events are attended by the global travel and tourism industry’s senior executives to conduct business deals and discover the latest research, insight and opinion.
WTM is owned by the worldʼs leading events organiser Reed Exhibitions.

About Reed Exhibitions
Reed Exhibitions is the world’s leading events organiser, with over 500 events in 43 countries. Today Reed events are held throughout the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and Africa and organised by 41 fully staffed offices. Reed Exhibitions serves 43 industry sectors with trade and consumer events. It is part of the RELX Group plc, a world-leading provider of information solutions for professional customers across industries.

Cruising to Wellness

Wellness themed holidays can be experienced in many forms but if you like fresh air, open skies, and the sound of waves on rewind, then take to the ocean or to the myriad of river routes for your prescribed dose of wellness.

The Healthcare Holiday has been searching the waters to see what is on offer from the ever-growing number of cruises for today’s health conscious cruiser or those new to this style of holiday.

For many, cruises are synonymous with endless buffet tables and a more sedentary type of holiday experience. Not true. Cruises today offer an exhaustive range of activities, a programme of excursions to suit every age as well as a selection of creative and mouthwatering menus designed for most preferences.

Cruise packages have been crafted to attract niche interests, and, on trend, a growing number are now available to appeal specifically to the health & wellness traveller.

The luxury small-ship cruise line, Seabourn, is offering its first-ever holistic spa and wellness experience at sea. Onboard, each programme will be led by a wellness guide, a certified yoga and meditation practitioner. The daily practice of meditation and yoga is central to the programme through a selection of complimentary sessions. On-board seminars will cover subjects such as anti-inflammatory food, healthy aging and meditation. This new venture is in addition to existing onboard spa services which include massages, facials, fitness and beauty treatments.

Carnival Cruise Lines’ wellness offering includes its onboard SPA Fitness Center with its state-of-the-art Life Fitness equipment and classes in Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi. These facilities are supplemented by fitness & beauty seminars, ranging from Detox for Health & Weight Loss, Powerful Posture, and when dining, menus are clearly marked with “Healthy Options.”

Paul Gauguin Cruises is offering voyages in Tahiti, French Polynesia, Fiji and the South Pacific that provide health and wellness opportunities for fitness-minded travellers. Wellness comes in the form a retractable watersports marina from which guests can paddleboard, kayak and windsurf. Wellness also takes a cultural form, with traditional Polynesian dance classes and sunrise Polynesian-inspired Zumba classes. Relaxing overwater massages are available on Motu Mahana, Paul Gauguin Cruises’ private islet paradise. For a revitalizing start, every morning, the Paul Gauguin’s La Palette offers a wellness bar with blended fresh fruit and vegetable juice drinks. Dr Sideroff, a healing, resilience and optimal performance expert, will offer insights into integrating the most advanced scientific and behavioural technologies with ancient traditions for optimal mind and body functioning aboard the Cook Islands & Society Islands sailing on 15th July 2017.

“Wellbeing on the Water” is offered by Uniworld Boutique River Cruise, promising to keep their guests fit and on track during their cruise. Staying active onshore includes excursions such as cycling and Nordic walking as well as gentle walking tours. Onboard a wellness coach will put them through their paces with exercise class or a relaxing yoga session. The Serenity River Spa offers the haven for wellness tailored treatments embracing the arts of Chinese massage, reflexology and shiatsu.

In January 2017, The Hungry Girl Cruises sails in the form of Holland America’s Eurodam, when Food Network’s Lisa Lillien (alias the Hungry Girl), hosts special activities such as a seminar on how to indulge on vacation without gaining weight, a “Swap Till You Drop” demo in which Lillien will exchange recipes and offer prizes, morning workouts by the pool and book signings.

Holistic Holiday at Sea will take sail away in March 2017. Experts in holistic living and natural health join together for the 14th annual Holistic Holiday at Sea on MSC Divina. Emmy Award-winning host of the TV series, “Christina Cooks,” Christina Pirello; pioneer of cardiovascular medicine and Olympic gold medalist, Caldwell Esselstyn Jr., M.D. and nutritional leader and author, Neal Barnard, M.D. are among the special guests who will be presenting onboard during the seven night Miami roundtrip.

According to CruiseCritic.com, cruising has become creative and very competitive!. For three dates in 2016, Marathon Expeditions” Running Cruise hosted a series of week-long cruises featuring themed workouts and 5k runs unique to the destinations of the Caribbean: aboard the Royal Caribbean”s Vision of the Seas, Alaska on the Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas and on AmaWaterways’ AmaDagio in the South of France.

Facilities mentioned may not be available on all ships within the fleet. Please check the individual cruise itinerary and programme for the most uptodate details.

Yoga at a higher level

 

Om….. Maverick Helicopters has joined forces with yoga company, Silent Savasana, to bring HeliYoga to the Valley of Fire State Park in the US, direct from the bright lights of Las Vegas.

Visitors wanting such solitude to practice this discipline can enjoy an exclusive, luxury helicopter flight followed by a private, 75-minute yoga in one of the most remote destinations in the southwest of the U.S.

The two-and-a-half hour excursion includes limo coach transportation for six guests from the Strip to Maverick Helicoptors’ Las Vegas terminal. It lands on one of the highest peaks of Valley of Fire which is only accessible via helicopter and offers spectacular views of red sandstone formations.

HeliYoga is available via private charter only.

http://maverickhelicopter.co.uk/

Neuroscientist in Residence checks into London’s Corinthia

The Corinthia Hotel London has introduced a year-long Neuroscientist in Residence programme advising staff at the hotel, as well as regular, loyal guests including high-profile business leaders and VIPs. Dr Tara Swart, leadership coach and Senior Lecturer at MIT, will examine the mental resilience of each group to analyse how they cope with stress. The resulting data will generate a special Brain Power Study at the end of the residency.

One of the main goals of the hotel’s Neuroscientist in Residence programme is to generate insights into how to maximise our potential, both at work and home, by building mental resilience in order to succeed in increasingly stressful work environments. Rising levels of cortisol and therefore stress, impact wellness and productivity.

Four talks will take place at the hotel for guests, media and influencers to showcase the Neuroscientist in Residence concept as well as look at how the science of the brain can be applied to topics such as politics, technology and business.

Brain Power Packages: Corinthia Hotel London will launch various hotel packages designed by Dr Tara Swart with hotel experts to help guests build mental resilience and achieve peak brain performance. These will focus on neuronutrition, restorative sleep, hydration, mindfulness, exercise, while utilising the world-class facilities and expertise at Corinthia.
The findings from the Neuroscientist in Residence Brain Power Mental Resilience Study will be published in summer 2017.

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