Sounds like Karma

Take your rejuvenation holiday to a whole new level with Indonesia’s Karma Resorts’ spa treatments designed to heal from within.


Photography by Karma Group-First Class Travel

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The Karma Group is renowned within the luxury industry for its exceptional resorts, and most importantly its dedication to wellbeing.

Across its three Indonesian resorts, the Karma Group are expanding the restorative and innovative treatments on offer at the Karma Spa.

Drawing inspiration from the global wellbeing movement, Karma Spa are set to incorporate three new treatment options: sound bath, detox retreat, and fitness tracker. Each, focusing on healing different aspects of the body and spirit.

“Sound is the new massage,” explains Judy Chapman, Karma’s Spa & Wellness Curator. And for those not willing to give up their massages, the sound bath is the perfect accompaniment.

Sound baths are now offered on the resort’s treatment list, with massage and the monthly Full Moon Yoga (at Uluwatu’s Karma Kandara) as suggested pairings.

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Following this addition, Balinese Reiki, tarot readings and acupuncture will soon be available to guests as well.

Guests after something more intensive can try the four-day detox retreat at Karma Jimbaran. The retreat aims to declutter the mind and body though the combination of specialised yoga, massage, and deep tissue and IV infusion therapies.

Those seeking a more physical treatment can experience the ‘Train Like an Athlete’, ambassador-led workouts at Karma Kandara.

The program encourages guests to walk up and down the 350 steps to Karma Beach twice a week, Yin Yoga and Seaside Soundbaths led by DJ Vanessa Holiday, Karma Yoga Facial and more.

Bali/Benoa offers four recognised facilities for superyachts, with the Bali Marina offering room for yachts up to 30-metres and the Benoa Marina for yachts up to 40-metres.

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