Six Senses Spas announced its support of the Global Wellness Day, an initiative introduced in 2012 by Turkey. The event originated after founder Belgin Aksoy came to the realization that the desire to live well is dominant internationally, and is a dream embraced by virtually the whole world. Hence on Saturday, June 13, 2015, wellness in all its forms will be celebrated in over 30 countries.
The fundamental purpose of the day is to make people aware of the value of their lives. The point is, even if just for one day of the year, to make the world stop and think, get away from the stress of urban lifestyles and from bad habits, and thereby find peace. Ultimately, it is meant as a journey of self-discovery where people find that they can change their whole lives and are given the tools to do so through exercise, healthy eating, and spiritual teachings combined.
This message aligns perfectly with the Six Senses Spas philosophy, which aims at putting guests in touch with their senses. It comes as no surprise then that Six Senses Spas would join the worldwide movement and support the event at a brand level, offering activities and health advice throughout its entire portfolio.
Emphasis will be placed on yoga and meditation, drawing on the Six Senses Yogic Programs introduced in 2014 and Six Senses Meditation launched earlier this year. Depending on the location, guests can have the experiences of yoga beneath a waterfall, on a jetty, around a swimming pool and at sunrise, individually and in classes. Yoga Nidra (energizing sleep) and yoga stretch is offered at several spas, while meditation and the singing bowl routine is featured throughout the collection.
Six Senses Spas invite all spa goers and wellness minded enthusiasts to say yes to wellness and join us on June 13, 2015 at any Six Senses spa. Each spa looks forward to welcoming guests and sharing life-changing tips to live well and feel happier, at be one with the enduring Six Senses mission to help people reconnect with themselves, others and the world around them.