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LHM releases new wellness packages

Christian Fleetwood

Nature immersion, preventative wellness, and active wellness retreats are just three of a few different types of wellness holiday taking the industry by storm.

It’s official. Consumers are paying more attention to how they feel and how they want to feel after their vacation. They have been for some time.

A multi-trillion dollar industry, wellness tourism is growing yearly without showing any sign of slowing down. And holiday makers are right to capitalise on its popularity.

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As agents, organising trips to secluded beaches, to treeline getaways and green eco-tours remains a timelessly important part of vacation design. But the ‘wellness’ associated with fueling the soul by general travel has found its own feet as a focus in and of itself. Time spent on the road or in waiting has been shafted for a productive and often trying schedule of detox, physical therapy and relaxation.

Long touted as a mantra solely reserved for the rich or the supremely spiritual, wellness tours no longer belong to two types of consumer.

It’s time to get on board if you aren’t already. Take the toxic out of intoxicate. Take advantage of one of Bali’s freshest wellness retreats: Wellness by the Legian, and give your clients an experience they will never forget.

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Found in the company’s flagship The Legian Seminyak, Bali, ‘Wellness by the Legian’ has been a pet-project of the expanding hotel group’s. The soon-to-open Legian Sire in Lombok will also feature its own wellness package designed in the likeness of Seminyak’s.

Sparing no expense, Legian Hotel Management, Ltd. (LHM) have partnered with leading wellness brands iLa, HOMMAGE and Technogym to design a program simple, holistic and inspired by Bali’s rich local healing heritage.

Embracing a home-grown philosophy captained by luxury skincare brand iLa with a local spin, treatments use ingredients like Balinese Boreh spices and Rinjani basalt stones. Both are used in Legian’s signature Java Sea Wave Massage.

Retreat itineraries will be made available in 2019, with leading consultants from around the world visiting for specialist workshops as part of Seasonal Retreat Programmes. Gluten-free, vegan and raw food menus will be available for guests upon request.


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