Yoga at The Ritz-Carlton JBR Dubai

The event will provide guests with cosmetics from Rituals

Yoga event at The Ritz-Carlton JBR Dubai will provide guests with cosmetics from Rituals
Yoga event at The Ritz-Carlton JBR Dubai will provide guests with cosmetics from Rituals

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai in JBR and Rituals Cosmetics have announced a second wellness event for yoga on 5 August 2019. This monthly wellbeing program offers a series of revitalizing activities for the body and mind.

The morning will begin with a 60-minute yoga session, followed by mini massages and light refreshments. This session will enable guests to experience increased flexibility and improved respiration. The traditions of Namaste and Samurai have been used as inspiration to elevate daily skincare routines and develop confidence through grooming.

Guests will be provided with goodie bags containing products by Rituals Cosmetics that have been developed with responsibly sourced natural ingredients. Guests will also receive a pool and private beach day pass, while ladies can leverage buy-one-get-one-free treatments at the hotel’s spa. Guests can also redeem complimentary valet parking and Ritz Club access.

The event will take place at Amwaj Conference and Events Centre at Ritz-Carlton JBR and begin at 10:30 am.

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