The Ritz Carlton, Dubai to host outdoor yoga sessions

The fitness programme combines quadrupedal and ground-based movement with elements from various bodyweight-training disciplines

The morning begins with a 60-minute wellness session on the lawns, followed by mini massages and treats in the Experience Zone. Image used for ilustrative purpose only
The morning begins with a 60-minute wellness session on the lawns, followed by mini massages and treats in the Experience Zone. Image used for ilustrative purpose only

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai in JBR and RITUALS Cosmetics, will be hosting outdoor yoga as part of its wellness sessions on November 4, 2019.

This monthly wellbeing programme offers a series of activities aimed to relax, invigorate and encourage a little self-care for the body and mind.

The fitness programme combines quadrupedal and ground-based movement with elements from various bodyweight-training disciplines to create a challenging workout emphasising multi-planar, fluid movement.

The morning begins with a 60-minute wellness session on the lawns, followed by mini massages and treats in the Experience Zone and light refreshments and bites.

Guests will also be offered goodies from The Ritual of Oudh and those in attendance will also receive a buy-one-get-one-free offer for treatments in the hotel’s spa and will also receive a complimentary pool and beach day pass.

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