There’s no better place to prioritise wellness than at Hideaway Beach Resort & Spa, as soon as you step foot on the island your shoulders will feel a little lighter and there will be more of a spring in your step as you succumb to the idyllic surroundings and breathe – you’re finally here!
Taking care of your wellness can take many forms, from something as simple as a daily barefoot walk along the pristine sandy beaches to a day full of yoga, massage and meditation – only you can know what you need…but we have a team of professional practitioners on hand to guide you and provide ample opportunities for you to put your wellness first.
The calm and relaxing surroundings at Hideaway are the ideal setting in which to practice yoga. Our yoga instructor offers private and group classes in a variety of yoga styles. Start each day with a complimentary traditional Indian Yoga session at Samsara, or if early mornings aren’t really your thing, head to the beautiful North Point Beach in the late afternoons for Hatha Yoga, also complimentary for all our guests. Our yogi also offers Power Yoga, Aqua Aerobic Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and Pranayama & Mediation on request.
A holiday in the Maldives isn’t a holiday in the Maldives without indulgent spa treatments and at Hideaway we’ve definitely got that covered! Our spa facilities include 12 private treatment rooms, a steam room, outdoor pavilion, manicure/pedicure station, a relaxation zone and retail area, all surrounded by the gentle sound of the waves. Our team of therapists are dedicated to ensuring relaxation and rejuvenation of your mind, body and soul is achieved. As well as the traditional Spa treatments, Hideaway Spa offers ayurvedic treatments such as the Shirodhara treatment consisting of a gentle and continuous flow of oil poured onto the forehead, the Kerala Massage, focusing on vital energy points, and the Abhyanga Massage, including a head and body massage.
Singing Bowl Mindfulness Relaxation Activity
Singing bowls produce sounds and vibrations when hit or circled with a mallet and those sounds and vibrations can promote relaxation. Buddhist monks have long used Tibetan singing bowls in meditation practice. Therapeutic benefits linked to the use of singing bowls are cited as relief of stress and anxiety, improved sleep, mood and immune system function and lowering of blood pressure.
At Hideaway we welcome visiting practitioners, most recently, Ali Young visited the resort from Thailand. Ali is a Sound Healer & Reiki Master Co-Founder Silent Mind Journeys. In 2011, during a trip to Bali, Ali had his first experience hearing Tibetan metal bowls being played in a yoga event. He fell in love with the sounds and vibrations that paved the way for him to learn from various masters in different traditions such as the Nepalese, Western and Indian styles. He then opened a wellness studio in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand in 2018 and is now guiding the way to well-being and healing by offering solutions to every person’s problem through Silent Mind Journeys and we were very fortunate to be able to host Ali at Hideaway.