The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Body and Soul - - SLEEP SPECIAL -

Cre­ated af­ter the re­sort’s guests con­sis­tently listed a lack of sleep as an area of con­cern, the ‘sleep en­hance­ment pro­gram’ at Kamalaya, on the Thai is­land of Koh Sa­mui, blends tra­di­tional Chinese medicine with mod­ern tech­nol­ogy to help re­bal­ance your body clock. Dur­ing your stay in a luxe sea­side suite, you meet with med­i­cal and well­ness ex­perts to dis­cuss your sleep is­sues and life­style habits, mea­sure your body com­po­si­tion and as­sess your nu­tri­tion needs. Af­ter the ex­perts review your data, you’re given a bedtime rou­tine to use once you’re home and also of­fered treat­ments ( such as acupunc­ture and Ayurvedic mas­sage) to help you snooze bet­ter dur­ing your stay. THE COST: Prices start from $ 4346 per per­son. Visit kamalaya.com If you like the sound of af­ter­noon naps among the olive groves of north­ern Italy, check into Le­fay, pronto. Draw­ing on the prin­ci­ples of tra­di­tional Chinese medicine, its ‘sweet dreams pro­gram’ looks for en­ergy im­bal­ances that could be dis­rupt­ing your sleep ( such as hor­monal or di­ges­tive disor­ders), then ad­dresses them with treat­ments such as phy­tother­apy ( per­son­alised herbal medicine), acupunc­ture, re­flex­ol­ogy and aromatherapy. THE COST: Prices start from $ 3385 per per­son. Visit healthand­fit­nesstravel.com.au

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