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Amanoi to offer Holistic Detox Retreat

Released at: 15:14, 26/04/2019

Amanoi to offer Holistic Detox Retreat

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Special retreat available from September 21-27.

by Doanh Doanh

The luxurious Amanoi resort will offer a Holistic Detox Retreat from September 21 to 27. Designed to detox and revitalize, this new six-night retreat led by martial arts expert Sascha Wagener combines healthy nutrition, meditation, and healing massage treatments with a Qi Gong-based movement course.

A pre-arrival assessment with Sascha will ascertain personal goals and be followed up with a private consultation during the retreat. Founder of the martial arts health center “Mein Temple” in Dortmund, Germany, Sascha began his martial arts training as a child. As an adult he has travelled extensively through Asia to further his knowledge, training in remote monasteries and temples.

The Holistic Detox Retreat includes full board, return airport transfers, daily detox juices, a daily two-hour Qi Gong class, three 90-minute spa treatments, two Meridian or Chi Nei Tsang therapy sessions, two group dinners, and optional daily morning wellness group classes.

Surrounded by Nui Chua National Park on the shores of Vinh Hy Bay on Vietnam’s south-central coast, Amanoi is a cliff top hideaway affording supreme levels of peace, privacy and a sense of place, its secluded setting making it particularly suited to immersive wellness retreats.

Embracing terraced lawns on the shores of a lotus-filled lake, Amanoi’s spa provides five double treatment rooms, two hydrotherapy suites, outdoor relaxation pavilions and a finishing salon.

Two Spa Houses offer the ultimate wellness experience in consummate privacy. Both offer a double treatment room, a 15 meter pool, a Jacuzzi, a cold plunge pool, a steam room, an ice fountain, a relaxation deck, an outdoor dining area, and one or two guest pavilions.

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