The Top Four Healing Vacations To Take
Awesome locations and healing energies means these wellness retreats soothe the body and mind. Look at some of the best healing vacations available.
1. Spiritual sanctuary
The island of Samui in the Gulf of Thailand has long been favored by Buddhist monks as a spiritual retreat. The Buddhist monks believe that a unique aura that enlightens their spiritual path and helps them connect better with the universe.The monks have stayed many times in the caves on the island’s deep jungle hillsides. And it was on one of these pilgrimages that founder JohnStewart kept on going back to treat recurring health problems. John and his wife were also looking for a site to open their health retreat. He had previously spent one year in India, living as a yogi. So for him the cave was a sign that he needed to build his dream health retreat. The cave is situated in the heart of the Kamalaya, lending an aura of sacred energy to the retreat. It’s tastefully built across the steep hillside amid lush tropical vegetation like an enchanted village, with gorgeous views of the sea and surrounding islands. The top views are for the wellness sanctuary itself. John says he never wanted Kamalaya to be a hotel with a spa; rather a wellness centre with rooms. The wellness center entails western medicine, naturopathy and traditional Chinese medicine. There are more than 80 therapies and treatments on offer. Guests can choose a program designed to invigorate, restore, optimal mind and body therapies. The restaurant and cafe offers low allergy, low GI vegetarian detox dishes among the wide variety of delicious Asian and Western cuisines. Kamalaya recognizes that sometimes people want indulgence, they also offer desserts, ranging from fruit to ice cream and soufflés. The staff are wonderful and help the guests achieve their personal goals. Whether its to simply enjoy a holiday with a little yoga thrown in or to participate in a structured wellness program. Visit http://www.kamalaya.com for more information.