Ozen Collection unveils new wellness experiences

Luxury Maldives resort brand The Ozen Collection has introduced new wellness experiences under a new spa brand called Ele | Na Elements of Nature.

The group’s two properties, Ozen Life Maadhoo and Ozen Reserve Bolifushi, will welcome a host of international wellness practitioners throughout August to lead a range of natural retreats.

Therapies will include spiritual practices, traditional healing, beauty and aesthetic treatments and spa experiences inspired by natural elements such as water, sand and forest. 

Guests will be offered a virtual consultation prior to arrival to create a bespoke wellness plan detailing spa rituals, fitness routines, meditation practices and nutritional advice.

Exclusive sessions with guest practitioners will also be available throughout their stay. 

At Ozen Reserve Bolifushi, practitioners will include certified medical aesthetician Leverne King; Claude Simard, a Canadian psycho-energetic massage specialist; healing arts expert Jill Banwell, who specialises in reiki, crystal healing and therapeutic tarot reading; and organic movement, breathing and dance therapy specialist Lorelei Bulan.

At sister resort Ozen Life Maadhoo, wellness experts are set to include acupuncture and naturopathic treatments specialist Caroline Alboneti; sound healing therapist Michelle Bernadette Saudan; and wellness coach Eduardo Sierra, who offers a variety of massages, traditional fire cupping, personal fitness training, mindfulness meditation and life coaching. 

A statement from The Ozen Collection said: “Whatever the focus - easing pain, improving aesthetics, or dealing with emotional baggage – the sessions are tailored to guest’s specific requirements. 

“The Ozen Collection reimagines the one-size-fits-all approach to wellbeing, by personalising the wellness journey with flexibility and joy added at every step.”

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