After a busy summer, relax, rejuvenate and recover in style in the beautiful Maldives. The Standard, Huruvalhi Maldives provides wellness your way with indulgent room offers, a luxurious spa and an exclusive series of wellness practitioner residences.
Guests should book the Island Glow offer, which includes everything you’ll need for the perfect island escape, from invigorating massages to nourishing meals and holistic healing. This offer includes a 30-minute foot massage at The Spa, a 60-minute Standard Hammam Ritual, a 60-minute body massage and a 60-minute facial.
Need more convincing? You also get complimentary access to scheduled group wellness workshops, the gym, sports facilities and much more. Besides the pampering, guests receive daily breakfast, lunch and dinner at the all-day Kila Restaurant. Take advantage of the crystal-clear water with free access to water sports such as snorkeling, kayaking and paddle-boarding.
The retreat also features the world-renowned Wellness Stars, boasting some of the most sought-after practitioners in Asia for a monthly series of residencies exclusive to the resort.
Numthip Puntha, a Master Reiki, Sound Healing Practitioner and Physiotherapist, allows guests to refresh their mind and body with treatments incorporating integrative body work, healing, stress management and coaching.
Clear your thoughts and relax your body with holistic wellness expert Ranjith Saj, who channels Kerala Ayurvedic traditions with a dynamic menu of treatments.
Detoxify and rejuvenate your body with Azusa Segawa, a specialist in Taoist healing and techniques with internal organ therapy and ancient Japanese practices.
Dr. Rui Pedro Loureiro offers ancient wisdom and contemporary diagnostics, as well as world-renowned specialist treatments in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Epigenetics.
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