(Re)Treat Your­self

Business Traveler (USA) - - WELL BEING -

AMAN This year, lux­ury ho­tel group Aman launched its Aman Well­ness con­cept across its global port­fo­lio, with a few se­lect re­sorts hand­picked to de­liver “In­di­vid­ual Well­ness Im­mer­sions” and group re­treat ex­pe­ri­ences. One such re­sort is Aman­bugh in In­dia. Draw­ing on lo­cal heritage, guests can se­lect from four- to 21-day Ayurvedic pro­grams. These in­clude daily spa ther­a­pies, ex­pert yoga and med­i­ta­tion classes, one-on-one con­sul­ta­tions with an Ayurvedic physi­cian, cul­tural ex­pe­ri­ences and dosha seven-night stay in a Court­yard Haveli Suite with break­fast and daily yoga in mid-Jan­uary start from $7,882. aman.com/well­ness

CHIVA-SOM Chiva-Som in Thai­land’s Hua Hin was one of the ear­li­est play­ers in the well­ness sphere, launch­ing 21 years ago. It of­fers a holis­tic com­bi­na­tion of re­ju­ve­nat­ing treat­ments, fo­cused nu­tri­tion, per­son­al­ized pro­grams and an on­site natur­o­pathic weight man­age­ment, but more niche options avail­able in­clude a “Cra­nial Re­lief Re­treat” for those suf­fer­ing from mi­graines and an “Emo­tional Well­be­ing” pro­gram that in­volves things like yoga, acupunc­ture and natur­o­pathic con­sul­ta­tions. A three-night stay starts from THB99,000 ($2,800). chiva­som.com

COMO SHAMBHALA ES­TATE Re­sorts’ well­ness brand. Guests are in the hands of on­site ex­perts in­clud­ing a yoga teacher, Ayurvedic doc­tor and res­i­dent di­eti­cian. Per­son­al­ized pro­grams fol­low an ini­tial con­sul­ta­tion out­door ac­tiv­ity to help guests achieve goals rang­ing from stress man­age­ment to weight loss. Well­ness pro­grams last from three to seven nights. Daily rates start from $850 for a dou­ble room. co­mo­ho­tels.com/co­moshamb­ha­laes­tate

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