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Structural Revival at Kamalaya Sanctuary


Kamalaya Wellness Sanctuary & Holistic Spa on Koh Samui launches a special new programme entitled ‘Structural Revival’ on 1 November. Designed to improve posture and realign the body, the programme aims to relieve tension as well as rehabilitating injuries. Kamalaya’s 14th wellness programme will be available for five, seven and nine nights.

Behavioural patterns in our modern lifestyles, natural ageing and trauma tend to create postural misalignment that can lead to tightness, tension, discomfort and even pain. Based on a comprehensive assessment by Kamalaya’s team of physiotherapists, naturopaths and other health professionals, the new Structural Revival Program first identifies and then addresses the underlying causes of structural imbalances. In order to deliver effective results, the team works closely with each guest, creating a personalised approach to match their individual needs.

Southeast Asia WellnessFeaturing an intelligent synergy of healing modalities from Asia and the West, the program includes specifically targeted Revival Exercises with physiotherapists as well as Pilates to strengthen the body and stabilise the joints. Holistic therapies such as Myofascial Release, assisted stretching and massages help to release and lengthen tight muscles, promote relaxation and freedom of movement. Focused movement modalities are complemented by therapeutic spa treatments and Kamalaya’s inspired healthy cuisine, which helps to manage inflammation with the goal of improving health on all levels.

To find out more about Kamalaya, read Mark Bibby Jackson’s The Art of Wellness.

“Over the years, we became aware that a growing number of our guests were experiencing pain, discomfort and other symptoms related to physical misalignment, so we created the Structural Revival Program to help address this,” says Karina Stewart, Kamalaya co-founder and Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine. “It gives guests an opportunity to really focus on their structural issues for a sustained period of time, long enough to create a life-enhancing change. Alignment promotes healthy blood circulation, supports organ function, increases energy flow and positively impacts our emotional and psychological well-being. In line with Kamalaya’s philosophy for holistic wellness, we also ensure that guests are given the tools necessary to continue increasing their function, vitality and alignment after they return home.”

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Mark Bibby Jackson

Mark Bibby Jackson

Before setting up Travel Begins at 40, Mark was the publisher of AsiaLIFE Cambodia and a freelance travel writer. When he is not packing and unpacking his travelling bag, Mark writes novels, including To Cook A Spider and Peppered Justice. He loves walking, eating, tasting beer, isolation and arthouse movies, as well as talking to strangers on planes, buses and trains whenever possible. Most at home when not at home.

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