FOR TRAVEL / FITNESS AFICIONADOS
As promised, here’s Part 2 in this unique fitness destination series, courtesy of the in-the-know escape experts at Health and Fitness Travel. Enjoy Social Gals and Gents:
‘Warrior Workout’ in Vietnam: Fusion Maia Yoga
Venture to vibrant Vietnam and combat those calories with a cardio workout inspired by the animal-style Kung Fu movements practiced in Shaolin temples. The ‘Warrior Workout’ promotes strength and fitness with inner-healing, using bodyweight exercises like crouching tiger’ and ‘lean leopard,’ all ingeniously designed to support good health and improve digestion and agility. Fusion Maia’s holistic approach to fitness means you can experience hard-core fitness training in an uplifting and zen environment. Complete your healing experience by releasing any energy blockages with one of Fusion Maia’s refreshing spa treatments.
‘Shred the Ex’ Boxing in Thailand: Phuket Cleanse
It’s time to drop the break-up blues and get that ‘revenge body’ in check with ‘Shred the Ex’ boxing! Use your post-separation passion and rage to fire up fitness and energize the bod with this endorphin-boosting workout. The boxing regime, taught by a supportive and encouraging Bastian and Raw Muai Thai boxing team, is sure to leave you feeling both mentally and physically charged, stronger than ever. The inspiring atmosphere of Phuket Cleanse is also ideal for those wanting an entirely transformative experience, enhanced by sun-kissed beaches, wholesome organic food and a blissful salt-water pool.
‘Bamboo Dancing’ in South Africa: Karkloof Safari Spa
Finally, nestled amongst 3,500 hectares of unspoiled African wilderness and thrilling wildlife, Karkloof Safari Spa provides an escape from modern life like no other. Featuring unusual fitness classes like bamboo dancing, you’ll learn new dance moves against an idyllic backdrop of lush vegetation and tranquil waterfalls trickling in the background. Not surprisingly, the eco-friendly spa capitalizes on the availability of local resources like bamboo, incorporating it as a fun dance tool to entice guests into embracing indigenous Zulu dance practices.
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