Asia’s premier wellness resort Amatara collaborates with Vitallife to grow Thailand’s wellness industry
Amatara Wellness Resort, one of Southeast Asia’s premier wellness resorts & destination spas, has entered into collaborative agreement with Vitallife Wellness Center, to introduce a new Wellness program, with a holistic approach to ensure guests gain the ultimate benefits out of it.
The agreement between Amatara Wellness Resort and Vitallife Wellness Center covers operations that include the development of healthy retreat programs for clients. It will also introduce integrative healthcare consulting and vitamin supplement dispensation by medical specialists at Vitallife Wellness Center. The signing focuses on promoting Amatara’s “Holistic Vitality Program” which has three aspects:
Physical: through examination of body composition and physical analysis and the providing of services including physiotherapy, spa treatments (Amatara Signature Massage, Thai Hammam treatment, Traditional Thai massage, Thai Yoga Massage, and Thai Thermal Therapy), Ayurvedic treatments (Abhyanga, Kati Vasti, Shirodara), detoxifying and draining slimming treatments, Fitness classes and Activity (TRX, Thai Boxing, Pilates Reformer, Pilates on Mat, Kinesis, Core bag and Kettle Bell Training, Personal Training, Stretching, Swimming and Water Aerobic).
Mind & Emotional: through supportive stress management activities such as Yoga therapy, Pranayama- the Art of Yoga Breathing, Yoga Nidra, Mindfulness Meditation and Life coaching.
Inner Vitality & Holistic program: through the holistic approach and personalisation of treatments, activities, nutrition and supplements for each individual guest based on the result of Vitality Holistic Index testing.
The program is for 5 day and 4 nights, including accommodation, individual wellness consultation, 3 nutritious meals per night stay, selected treatments and activities, Vitallife Wellness Centre’s Holistic Vitality blood testing, doctor consultation and personalised supplements and vitamin for guests to continue their holistic longevity at home.
The package rates start from 4,329.51 AUD per person for double occupancy or 4,799,66 AUD for single occupancy (exclude VAT, provincial tax and service charges). For more information and reservation, call +66 7631 8888 or email to email@example.com.
About Amatara Wellness Resort
Secluded in a tranquil bay of Cape Panwa, Amatara Wellness Resort features all-inclusive healthy retreat programs as well as leisure holidays for all guests. The Retreats focus on detox, yoga, weight management, fitness, relaxing spas, as well as total-tailor made program. All retreats include accommodation, roundtrip airport transfers, three nutritious meals per day, Wellness Consultation, Physical Analysis, well-selected list of treatments and activities based on chosen program and Amatara’s signature treatment – Thai Hammam for the ultimate relaxation. The resort has 105 suites and villas, each with its own private balcony and sea view offering space, privacy and tranquillity. The lush resort also offers the finest gourmet cuisines and one of the region’s best ocean-view spa facilities, exemplified through Amatara’s latest latest triple awards winning from World Luxury Hotel Awards as “Luxury Holistic Retreat” (regional), “Luxury Wellness Retreat” (continental) and “Luxury Healing Retreat” (Global).
About Vitallife Wellness Center
The Vitallife Wellness Center is a global leader in the provision of scientifically-based integrated medicine. Founded in 2001, the centre is located on the Bumrungrad International Hospital campus and is a subsidiary company of Bumrungrad Hospital PCL. Vitallife programs are managed and run by US Board Certified doctors. It is the first medical wellness centre in Asia to be accredited by the World Council on Clinical Accreditation (awarded in November 2007). Vitallife is the first wellness centre in the world to be accredited to DNV.GL’s International Accreditation Standard for Outpatient Specialist Centres. DNV.GL International Healthcare Accreditation is based on standards approved by the U.S. Government’s Centers for Medicare and Medicaid.