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SIX SENSES LAAMU, MAL­DIVES At Six Senses Laamu, if the ocean air and sound of the waves aren’t enough to coax you into a deep sleep, let theYogic Sleep pro­gram and its am­bas­sadors as­sist you in find­ing rest­ful slum­ber.

It starts with a con­sul­ta­tion where sleep pat­terns are dis­cussed and ex­pert ad­vice given on over­all fit­ness, nu­tri­tion and stress man­age­ment. Yoga classes in­clude yoga nidra, pranayama and guided med­i­ta­tion, all of which help to calm the ner­vous sys­tem and pre­pare the body for some qual­ity shut-eye.

You’ll find your villa has also been trans­formed into the op­ti­mum sleep co­coon with tem­per­a­ture set­tings at the per­fect lev­els, sooth­ing am­bi­ent light­ing, es­sen­tial oils and herbal teas all part of the turn­down ser­vice.

The re­sort’s sus­tain­ably cre­ated vil­las, over-wa­ter and beach­side, of­fer calm­ing turquoise views of the In­dian Ocean. Food spans east and west, with much grown in the or­ganic gar­dens, and spa treat­ments are al­ways avail­able. Try the Laamu Bliss, a Mal­di­vian-in­spired mas­sage with co­conut oil.

The re­treat runs four, seven or 14 nights with prices per per­son set at $750, $1,240 and $1,450, or for two peo­ple shar­ing a villa at $1,230, $2,121 and $2,370, (ex­clu­sive of tax) re­spec­tively.

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