Refresh Body and Soul with Karma Wellness Days Package

Kick-start Your Wellness Journey at Uluwatu’s Most Revered Resort

Famous Uluwatu resident Karma Kandara has just welcomed a new wellness package which promises to kick-start your wellness journey. A fitness focus mingles with a plethora of spa treatments indulgent spa treatments in this health-focused quartet of packages. Dubbed the Karma Wellness Days package, this special offer promises to offer a new level of relaxation to guests which can be integrated into any stay at the luxury Bukit residence. There are four different packages to choose from, a series of half and full day programs, each costing up to 3ml per person/5.5ml per couple

Refresh Body and Soul with Karma Wellness Days Package

Yogis are well catered to, with three of the four packages integrating an hour-long yoga class. This is followed by a series of indulgent treatments at the celebrated Karma Spa, from a 45-minute Infrared Detox Sauna to a two-hour New York facial, alongside a manicure. Fitness fanatics may prefer to uplevel the traditional workout, and select the package which offers 60-minute HIIT workout or personal training, followed by a Detox Sauna, and a 75-minute Karma Rhythm Massage. 

All four of the packages also include a 3-course wellness lunch with healthy juice post-workout, as well as the opportunity to continue your wellness journey the following day with a villa-based barbecue for USD 56 net/person.

Refresh Body and Soul with Karma Wellness Days Package

Background on Karma Group

Karma Group is an award-winning international travel and lifestyle brand offering extraordinary experiences in the world’s most beautiful locations. The company is headed by Chairman and Founder, John Spence, a former Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and member of the judging panel for the Ernst & Young World Entrepreneur of the Year. Among his numerous other awards, John was honoured with the Edward P. Bass Honorary Fellowship at Yale University in 2019 in the School of Architecture, marking the first time Yale has extended this to the same person more than once.

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