Uniworld Updates Wellness Program

uniworldUniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection has released the latest details on its wellness program.

The Serenity River Spa offers a wide selection of services, such as traditional Thai Foot and Hand Treatments, which incorporate elements of Shiatsu, reflexology, and Chinese massage and yoga; the Honey Body Beauty Treatment, which cleanses the body of toxins while delivering a rich supply of Vitamins C, B1 and B2; Hot Stone Treatments, which deeply relax the muscles and relieve stress using water-heated Basalt stones; and Women’s Facial Moments, which combines oils and plant extracts with individualized massage techniques to restore and recondition the skin. 

Yoga and exercise classes are available for guests in addition to each ship’s fitness center. Activities include the Five Tibetan Rites, a system of exercises reported to be more than 2,500 years old, and TRX suspension bodyweight training, where users leverage gravity and their own body weight to complete hundreds of exercises. Select ships also have heated swimming pools, and guests staying in suites are treated to one complimentary personal training session and a meeting with an Onboard Wellness Coach.

Uniworld also offers a broad range of onshore experiences, including Go Active hiking and biking excursions led by local naturalists and sports guides. Guests can experience each destination from a unique angle – such as paddling a kayak under an ancient Roman aqueduct – or borrow one of Uniworld’s complimentary bicycles or Nordic walking sticks and explore on their own. Gentle Walking excursions are also active, but provide a more relaxed pace and plenty of time to enjoy the scenery.

Finally, Uniworld provides a “Traveling Lite” menu as well as vegetarian options, allowing guests to enjoy a selection of meals without compromising their dietary needs. 

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