Hong Kong Wellness Events You Can’t Miss In March 2020

Writer AsiaSpa | March 13, 2020

From forest therapy to soul reading and intuitive astrology, there are plenty of ways to boost your immunity and well-being this month.

March Month of Wellness at The Upper House

The Upper House is in full swing this month with a series of wellness events awaiting guests looking to boost their wellbeing this season.  On the active end, lululemon will lead a dynamic Flow into Strength class and Jen Mackay will bring your heart rate up with a Total Body Blast workout.

Channel your inner zen with a vinyasa yoga class and a mindful flow class to reconnect your mind and body. Head to the REVIV pop-up after your session to replenish and restore with IV therapies and booster shots, designed to provide your body with the nutrients and vitamins that your body needs.

All participants will be able to enjoy an exclusive 20% discount for the Revitalising menu on weekdays and 15% on weekend brunch at Café Gray Deluxe throughout March.

Find out more at upperhouse.com

Spiritual Growth with Justin Andries at Landmark Mandarin Oriental

From 29 March to 5 April, Landmark Mandarin Oriental invites visiting wellness specialist Justin Andries to host group and private spiritual sessions to help guests discover their own subconscious with practical tools and intuitive techniques.

The three workshops include Soul Readings, a reflective look into the soul’s purpose, talents and gifts through Akashic Records, chakras and guides; Intuitive Astrology, a deep dive into one’s divine blueprint in this lifetime using birth readings and planetary energies; and Spiritual Growth & Inner Peace, a powerful session to help guests reconnect with their inner self, find peace and acceptance with their life.

Find out more at mandarinoriental.com

Well-Feeling at Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is kicking off their Well-Feeling Campaign 2.0 with Vibrational Sound Therapy by Cheryl Rodriguez, aiming to promote well-being through the power of sound.

Available from Monday to Friday by request only, Cheryl will walk guests through a 30-minute singing bowl or gong sound therapy, a natural way for healing and to cleanse negative energy, remove toxins, stimulate circulation and reduce anxiety. It’s a deeply relaxing experience to strip away stress and reclaim peace.

A minimum of three guests are required for the private session. You can book a complimentary trial March 16 to 20, 23 and 24, 2020 at +852 3196 8900 or email spa.hkg@fourseasons.com.

Find out more at fourseasons.com

A Journey to Wellness at The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong is pulling out all the stops this month to provide guests a series of health-boosting and pampering offerings. Treat yourself to a 90-minute Ultimate Immunity Booster treatment, designed to revitalise your meridian system, stimulate metabolism and relieve muscle tension using acupressure and magnetic massagers.

The hotel’s two Michelin-starred Chinese restaurant Tin Lung Heen has specially crafted a 6-course Well-Being menu featuring nourishing dishes packed with antioxidants and medicinal properties to help balance the Qi and restore organ functions.

Families can enjoy a private cooking class led by the hotel’s culinary experts, which includes healthy recipes focusing on balanced eating and healthy ingredients. Little chefs will have the chance to try their hands at decorating healthy muffins made with oatmeal and carrots and parents can monitor the class or unwind at The Ritz-Carlton Spa at a special price.

Find out more at ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels

What to expect in April 2020:

Forest therapy at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

Mandarin Orietnal, Hong Kong has joined forces with EcoMatcher to create a Forest-inspired Afternoon Tea, served at Clipper Lounge or Café Causette, where each diner will be able to plant a tree and follow its progress virtually to help fight climate change.

The afternoon tea can be paired with the The Mandarin Spa’s Forest Therapy featuring Aromatherapy Associates’ Forest Therapy essential oil. The treatment begins with guided breathing, followed by a tension-releasing massage, a mud mask for the hands and feet and a scalp massage. Guests will receive a surprise gift to take home.

Find out more at mandarinoriental.com