After successfully launching the two new Spa Houses and Wellness Immersions earlier this year, Amanoi has in store yet another package catering to a holistic experience of almost a year long schedule. Visiting wellness experts will be residing at the resort throughout these months, bringing further expertise and therapy options to complement and support the Immersion programmes. Amanoi, the only resort located within the 24,000 hectares Nui Chua National Park, will become a true self-contained oasis and sanctuary for holistic restoration and wellbeing, further building on the brand’s launch of Aman Wellness in 2016.
Guests can enjoy soulful meditation, reflection and private movement classes with the verdant hills of Nui Chua National Park and pristine white beaches. Amanoi’s visiting specialists will work with guests either within the resort’s recently launched Spa Houses or at the lakeside Aman Spa. Consultations, which will incorporate energy work treatments including craniosacral therapy, Reiki and Deeksha, as well as Integrative Touch, Mind Transformation and Shinkiko, can also be taken in the privacy of the Guest Pavilions, Villas and Residences.
Roster for the wellness specialists visits
July 20–September 15, 2017
Zoe Nash: A fully certified practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and an experienced Myo-Fascial Release yoga specialist with more than a decade of experience, Zoe offers sessions that approach health holistically, also incorporating Qi Gong and meditation.
September 16–October 15, 2017 & December 16, 2017–January 15, 2018
Tim Stoneman: A hypnotherapist and energy healer originally from the UK, Tim uses a simple yet deeply profound guided meditation technique that works with the subconscious mind to release emotional attachments and heal the wounds that relationships with others can sometimes cause.
October 10–November 30, 2017
Carly Keelan: Born and raised in upstate New York, Carly was a professional ballet dancer before qualifying as a Pilates and Gyrotonic instructor. She has extensive experience in treating injuries and special conditions, and regularly works with professional athletes and dancers. Taking every client’s individual needs into account, Carly offers personalised programmes that challenge, strengthen and heal.
January 15–February 14, 2018
Alexander Ivanov: A wellness practitioner dedicated to creating authentic experiences and developing environments that encourage holistic wellbeing, Alexander is an affiliated Thai Massage and Reflexology teacher with TMC Massage School, Chiang Mai. Drawing on his extensive training in Thailand, the Maldives, Laos, Cambodia, Indonesia and Bhutan, he incorporates a broad range of healing therapies into his treatments.
February 15–March 15, 2018
Toby Maguire: A leading expert in life coaching and stress management, Toby has nearly 20 years of experience in mind and body holistic medicine. Toby has trained and worked worldwide, gaining a loyal client base along the way. His specialties include massage, acupuncture, hypnotherapy and life coaching. Toby is available for private consultations and personalised treatment combinations.
March 16–May 15, 2018
Robert Hyrsky: With over 20 years of experience, including seven as Amanpuri’s Head Therapist and Trainer, Robert has developed a multifaceted approach to health and wellbeing. His wide range of expertise—along with his caring, healing presence—have given him a loyal international following both for individual sessions and as a teacher in the healing field. His specialties include therapeutic massage, detox massage, Craniosacral Therapy, Reconnective Healing and The Reconnection.
May 15–June 30, 2018
Sascha Wagener: Founder of the martial arts health center ‘Mein Temple’ in Dortmund, Germany and a founding member of the international ‘Missing Link’ martial arts community, Sascha will be offering both group and individual tutorials and classes in martial arts, perfect for those who want to incorporate more of a physical aspect into their wellness regime.
Located on the dramatic coastline of Vietnam’s Vinh Hy Bay, Amanoi is a contemporary beachside resort with 12 Guest Pavilions, 16 Villas, two Spa Houses and five Residences surrounded by Núi Chúa National Park, including a lotus-covered lake with yoga pavilion. The resort’s Beach Club overlooks a private sandy beach and features a dining area and a swimming pool, whilst the resort’s spectacular Central Pavilion and a second swimming pool are set on a hilltop, offering magnificent sea views.
Amanoi’s extensive Amanoi Spa provides a serene setting for relaxation and rejuvenation, and is one of the most comprehensive and innovative in Vietnam. Facilities include five double treatment suites, all with unique double bathtubs; two hydrotherapy suites; hand and foot therapy rooms; and a hair and finishing salon where manicures and pedicures can be enjoyed. A number of open-air relaxation lounges with tranquil views are ideal for taking time out before or after a treatment. Amanoi offers various options for fitness and recreation, including a spacious light-filled gym, a Pilates studio, and a lakeside yoga pavilion.
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