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St. Regis Maldives announces visiting practitioner series
POSTED 09 Dec 2019 . BY Megan Whitby
St. Regis Maldives Vommuli, has partnered with five wellness experts to create a visiting practitioner series.
Private island resort, St.Regis Maldives Vommuli, has partnered with five wellness experts to create a visiting practitioner series, which will run until April 2020.

Guests at the 77-villa resort will have exclusive one-on-one sessions in a variety of disciplines from osteopathy and iridology to energy healing.

"We constantly strive to provide unique experiences for our guest that will create a lasting impression” said Vincent Pauchon, the St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort GM.

“This series seeks to do that with the integration of physical and emotional healing therapies from a variety of experts and practices".

Mariko Hiyama was the first visiting practitioner. She specialises in the practice of Sorensensistem-Face Therapy, a method that combines oriental medicine, acupuncture and neuroanatomy.

Nont Suksee will offer pain relief, stress reduction and digestive system stimulation by combining his knowledge of the human body with Reiki, Tai Chi and yoga. This creates customised holistic treatments that help clients reach their health and wellness goals.

Registered osteopath and iridologist Delphine Pinaudeau will offer treatments which ease musculoskeletal and visceral pain, improve posture and positively affect the body's circulatory, lymphatic and nervous systems.

Olivia Weil will lead the fourth series, focusing on inner peace, balance and fulfilment, using energy healing to allow clients to experience a greater sense of personal freedom.

Sandra Laznik will close the series, blending science with spirituality. She is a qualified yoga teacher, Pilates instructor and massage therapist.

In addition, guests can visit the 1,850sq m overwater Iridium Spa, which has six couple’s treatment rooms – two of which are dedicated to healing Ayurvedic rituals.

The spa also includes a Blue Hole pool, which contains heated seawater with different water jets, and looks out onto panoramic ocean views.

Facilities include steamrooms, saunas, a salon and cold-drench showers.
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Mariko Hiyama hosted the first residency at the resort.
Nont Suksee will offer pain relief, stress reduction and digestive system stimulation.
Registered osteopath and iridologist Delphine Pinaudeau will offer treatments which ease musculoskeletal and visceral pain.
Spa facilities include steamrooms, saunas, a salon and cold-drench showers.
Guests will also be able to visit the overwater Iridium Spa.
Sandra Laznik will close the series, blending science with spirituality.
Olivia Weil will lead the fourth series.
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St. Regis Maldives announces visiting practitioner series
POSTED 09 Dec 2019 . BY Megan Whitby
St. Regis Maldives Vommuli, has partnered with five wellness experts to create a visiting practitioner series.
Private island resort, St.Regis Maldives Vommuli, has partnered with five wellness experts to create a visiting practitioner series, which will run until April 2020.

Guests at the 77-villa resort will have exclusive one-on-one sessions in a variety of disciplines from osteopathy and iridology to energy healing.

"We constantly strive to provide unique experiences for our guest that will create a lasting impression” said Vincent Pauchon, the St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort GM.

“This series seeks to do that with the integration of physical and emotional healing therapies from a variety of experts and practices".

Mariko Hiyama was the first visiting practitioner. She specialises in the practice of Sorensensistem-Face Therapy, a method that combines oriental medicine, acupuncture and neuroanatomy.

Nont Suksee will offer pain relief, stress reduction and digestive system stimulation by combining his knowledge of the human body with Reiki, Tai Chi and yoga. This creates customised holistic treatments that help clients reach their health and wellness goals.

Registered osteopath and iridologist Delphine Pinaudeau will offer treatments which ease musculoskeletal and visceral pain, improve posture and positively affect the body's circulatory, lymphatic and nervous systems.

Olivia Weil will lead the fourth series, focusing on inner peace, balance and fulfilment, using energy healing to allow clients to experience a greater sense of personal freedom.

Sandra Laznik will close the series, blending science with spirituality. She is a qualified yoga teacher, Pilates instructor and massage therapist.

In addition, guests can visit the 1,850sq m overwater Iridium Spa, which has six couple’s treatment rooms – two of which are dedicated to healing Ayurvedic rituals.

The spa also includes a Blue Hole pool, which contains heated seawater with different water jets, and looks out onto panoramic ocean views.

Facilities include steamrooms, saunas, a salon and cold-drench showers.
Sign up here to get the Spa Business and Spa Business insider weekly ezines and every issue of Spa Business and Spa Business insider magazines free on digital.
Mariko Hiyama hosted the first residency at the resort.
Nont Suksee will offer pain relief, stress reduction and digestive system stimulation.
Registered osteopath and iridologist Delphine Pinaudeau will offer treatments which ease musculoskeletal and visceral pain.
Spa facilities include steamrooms, saunas, a salon and cold-drench showers.
Guests will also be able to visit the overwater Iridium Spa.
Sandra Laznik will close the series, blending science with spirituality.
Olivia Weil will lead the fourth series.
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