Reset and rejuvenate with the series of Group and Executive Retreats recently introduced to Ubud’s Fivelements Retreat, which is nestled in the jungle alongside the flowing Ayung River.
Now Fivelements’ reputation is only set to grow courtesy of the arrival of its latest transformative programs, available for both individuals and groups. Thanks to the recent expansion of the resort space and the introduction of Hillside Pool suites, the Ubud local is now able to welcome an increased number of guests to its regular gatherings, which promise a place to unwind and escape the daily grind.
The focus of each Group Retreat will rotate monthly, commencing the first Monday of every month. Entwined in traditional Balinese holistic philosophies, there are three signature retreats to choose from, ranging from a physical to a spiritual awakening. Guests can choose to focus on their physical prowess with the Health and Fitness Retreat, integrating morning yoga and strength exercises aplenty. Or the purification of the soul offered by the Spiritual Healing program, a retreat integrating meditation, mindfulness, daily yoga and a visit to the Holy Spring water in an effort to refresh body and mind. Not forgetting the chance to learn to prepare specialty plant-based cuisine with the Culinary Detox Retreat, among more.
Group Retreats will launch in early 2021, joining the already welcomed Executive Performance Retreats, a transformative program born specifically to cater to corporate entities. Attendees are given an opportunity to learn new skills to use in both the boardroom and beyond as a part of a 3-day program. Sharpen your skills when it comes to focus, resilience and awareness, as well as strengthening existing bonds of teamwork among your colleagues.
The Executive Performance Retreats interweave the core values of Fivelements with the local traditions of Bali across its program. Attendees will be able to enjoy the famed Mount Batur sunrise hike, a Pranayama breathwork session, a sound bath session, two tension and trauma release sessions, and a Balinese Agni Hotra Fire Ceremony among other equally health-focused elements.