Standing still in a city as busy as Hong Kong is easier said than done, but to beat the burn out, there are few better things to do than to take a mindful meditative moment. To help you find your zen, we’ve put together a list of the best meditation studios in Hong Kong to find some breathing space.
The award-winning destination spa in Bali has just opened its doors in Hong Kong. The Fivelements Habitat is the group’s first urban retreat centre, offering a range of wellness sessions, including a comprehensive selection of meditation classes, to nourish and reinvigorate mind, body and soul. Wellness Curator May Nogoy is overseeing the wellness programming, which features some of Hong Kong’s top wellness practitioners including Martha Collard and Malbert Lee for sound meditation, meditation guru Gianni Melwani, and Fivelements Tea Curator and Cha Dao Master Resham Deswani for a meditative tea ceremony.
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This meditation centre in the city centre offers busy minds some much-needed respite from urban life. Classes range from stress-relieving meditation to sound bath and reiki programmes. The studio also caters to private students and provides corporate wellness programmes.
This natural health clinic offers alternatives to conventional western medicine. Its integrative approach to medicine aims to heal mind, body and soul, leaving patients less susceptible to further illness. Practitioners specialise in everything from Traditional Chinese Medicine to homoeopathy, Reiki, osteopathy and more.
Red Doors Studio
Using traditional relaxation techniques to deal with modern ailments and stresses, Red Doors Studio is a tranquil healing centre located in the island’s southern reaches. Meditation sessions are conducted with the use of gongs, labyrinths and Kundalini yoga.
Kadampa Meditation Centre
This Buddhist teaching centre is open to people from all denominations with the desire to learn more about the teachings and healing philosophies of the Buddhist faith. It offers drop-in meditation sessions, retreats and workshops with visiting guest lecturers, among other activities.