Saint Lucia Launches New Soufriere Health & Wellness Retreat

Saint Lucia announces the inaugural Health & Wellness Retreat, taking place November 17-20, bringing together leading experts in yoga, nutrition and lifestyle coaching to offer a comprehensive wellbeing package.

Taking place in Soufriere, considered by many as the “Eden of the Caribbean,” the retreat will span four days with tickets priced at $1,000. Participants that purchase tickets before October 15 will receive a $200 discount. Several area luxury accommodations are also offering special packages.

The retreat will be structured around a series of seminars conducted by leading experts in the wellness industry including Iyengar Yoga’s John Schumacher, Feng Shui consultant William Spear, and Dr. Stephen Brewer, medical director at Canyon Ranch in Tucson, Arizona.

Participants can engage in yoga and feng shui workshops, pottery, art and photography classes, or get active with trail hiking, climbing the famous Piton Mountains, kayaking, bicycling, snorkeling, bird-watching and more.

Guests can indulge in spa treatments starting with the therapeutic benefits of Soufriere’s mineral and mud baths. Lunch will be an interactive event with local chef demonstrations while enjoying healthy, wholesome and locally sourced cuisine.

Participating luxury accommodations in Soufriere and surrounding area include: Jalousie Plantation, Fond Doux Plantation Resort, Still Beach House, Hummingbird Beach Resort, Stonefield Estate Villa Resort & Spa, La Haut Plantation, Hotel Chocolat, Ladera Resort, Anse Chastanet Resort / Jade Mountain and Mago Estate Hotel.

Visit www.saintluciahealthandwellnessretreat.com

 

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