Fivelements Habitat Opens New Urban Retreat In Hong Kong

Fivelements Habitat Opens New Urban Retreat In Hong Kong

The most hotly anticipated opening of the summer, Fivelements Habitat launched today in Hong Kong, in its new Times Square location in Causeway Bay. The award-winning holistic and integrated wellness lifestyle brand brings together the best of Hong Kong’s growing wellness community with a focus on alternative and holistic healing modalities.

The new space at Fivelements Habitat | Image courtesy of Fivelements Habitat

“We are thrilled to be launching our newest urban wellness model in Hong Kong, bringing wellness closer to home for city dwellers as well as local and international companies through Fivelements’ tailored personal and Workplace Wellness programmes,” said Lahra Tatriele, Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Fivelements. “We are truly honoured to be working with such a talented line-up of teachers and holistic therapists. Designed by our Fivelements Design team from Bali and Hong Kong, Fivelements Habitats are specially curated for restorative healing, stress reduction and rejuvenation: they are in essence, dynamic sacred spaces for personal transformation.”

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The huge 15,000-square-foot location offers a selection of classes, workshops and training courses, in yoga, mindfulness, tea ceremonies, sound and movement. The programmes are designed with both Hong Kong residents and travellers to the city alike, as well as corporate clients looking to broaden the scope of their workplace wellness.

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With up to 20 classes scheduled each day, there’s a huge variety on the Sacred Arts programme from physical exercise and fitness to more mindful and spiritual sessions, including activities like anti-gravity aerial yoga, mat Pilates, five rhythms dance, mantra meditation, and Japanese flower arrangement. The schedule includes sessions form some of Hong Kong’s best wellness practitioners, including Natalie Soderstrom, Victor Chau, Martha Collard, Malbert Lee, Gianni Melwani, and Tamer Begum, in addition to the in-house wellness curator, May Nogoy, and tea curator, Resham Daswani.

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Rebecca Cairns

Editor & CCO

Hong Kong-based writer and editor Rebecca Cairns helped develop Compare Retreats from concept to creation as founding editor and has formerly written on travel and wellness with Hong Kong Tatler and The Culture Trip. Her editorial work has taken her all around the world and she is a qualified NASM personal trainer and an avid runner. When she's not travelling, she's planning her next trip, taking hikes to the beach or scribbling away in boutique coffee shops. You can follow her travels on Instagram @jetsetcreate.

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