Hurawalhi Maldives will play host to the world’s first undersea yoga, giving you a unique opportunity to yield yoga’s health and well-being benefits in the calming ambience of the resort’s 5.8 Undersea Restaurant.
There are dozens of reasons to roll out the mat: from improving flexibility and boosting muscle strength to powering up your immune system and producing an inner calm. According to Jessica Olie, who will conduct the world’s first undersea yoga on 17th March, ‘the most beautiful part of the practice is that you take what you need from it, and it gives you what you need.’
Jessica promises the 1-hour vinyasa flow to provide physical and mental rewards, with captivating views of fish around you as you move from one pose to the next bringing you even closer to a state of the zen-like state of mind.
Take part in the world’s first undersea yoga
Where? 5.8 Undersea Restaurant at Hurawalhi Island Resort, Maldives
When? 17th March 2018 at 9:00 a.m.
What’s included? 60-minute vinyasa flow with yoga teacher Jessica Olie; refreshments
Who can join? The session is suitable for beginners and experienced yogis alike
Price: $120 per person
How do I book? Due to limited space, making a reservation is essential. Complete the below form to express your interest:
About Jessica Olie
While born in South Africa, Jessica ended up spending her childhood and teenage years in 7 different countries, planting the seeds for a successful career in sports. During her university years, after having retired from competitive swimming in the UK after 8 years, she started to develop a passion for healthy living. ‘I had always been active but I never really knew there was more to a healthy lifestyle than just exercising.’ Yoga came into Jessica’s life at a time she needed it most, giving her something that physically helped her shape her body, mind and attitude. Jessica completed her yoga teacher training 2014 in Dubai and hasn’t looked back since: ‘Never did I think my path would take me here but I am so happy it did; the feeling of giving people the confidence and knowledge to be able to facilitate their own yoga journey, to help them achieve something they didn’t think they could is incredible.’