Six Senses Adapts Resort Wellness Experiences for Online Content

(Six Senses)

As travel bans and social distancing measures are imposed, Six Senses is adapting its on-property wellness programming to online content that guests, hosts and global communities can tap into remotely from their homes. The brand said the aim is “to remain solution-oriented and support [people’s] resilience and physical and mental wellbeing.”

At Home With Six Senses offers proactive and pragmatic ways for people to care for themselves in a range of formats. The content is available to everyone, whether or not they have previously stayed at a Six Senses property, and it is structured around the brand’s key wellness pillars:

  • Mindfulness: Helping people shift energies from worrying about what can’t be controlled to focusing on the present moment, whether that is setting up a home working environment or tips on staying grounded
  • Eat: Recipes, interviews and how-to video tutorials focusing on foods with key nutrients and easy strategies to support the immune system, reduce stress and improve sleep, along with the hidden power of certain everyday store-cupboard ingredients
  • Sleep: The importance of establishing a sleep routine along with how learning about dosha types can impact sleep, bedtime breathing rituals and even the meaning behind certain dreams
  • Move: From at-home workouts to live meditation sessions or yoga poses and tips for boosting energy or releasing pent-up energy if working or staying at home
  • Live Naturally: Adapted activities inspired by the brand’s on-site Earth Labs, plus life hacks to try at home to live more sustainably and make the most of whatever nature is around or available
  • Connect: Staying connected to reduce anxiety and loneliness when practicing social distancing and how to check in with others and remain community-focused, especially when it comes to those more vulnerable

Good to know: Two new wellness journeys have also been introduced for those who wish to boost their immune system or practice gratitude and maintain a positive mindset through meditation, spending time in nature, vitamins and nutrients and selected therapies.

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