As the travel bans and social distancing measures continue, the wellness-rooted brand is preparing a variety of content that guests, hosts and global communities can tap into remotely from their homes in an aim to assist them in remaining solution-oriented while supporting their resilience, physical well-being and mental health.
The At Home With Six Senses program offers proactive and pragmatic ways for people to care for themselves and people they love in an range of formats. Special talks and videos, recipes, yoga and meditation classes as well as gardening tips have been shared thus far, with additional content planned. Fun activities for the kids have been specially curated too, including a Junior Marine Biology Program among others.
The content is available to everyone, whether or not they have previously stayed at a Six Senses property, and it is structured around the brand’s key wellness pillars:
Helping people shift energies from worrying about what can’t be controlled to focusing on the present moment, whether that is setting up a home working environment or tips on staying grounded.
Recipes, interviews and how-to video tutorials focusing on foods with key nutrients and easy strategies to support the immune system, reduce stress and improve sleep along with the hidden power of certain everyday store-cupboard ingredients.
The importance of establishing a sleep routine along with how learning about dosha types can impact sleep, bedtime breathing rituals and even the meaning behind certain dreams.
From at-home workouts to live meditation sessions or yoga poses and tips for boosting energy, or releasing pent-up energy if working or staying at home.
Adapted activities inspired by the brand’s on-site Earth Labs, and life hacks to try at home to live more sustainably and make the most of whatever nature is around or available.
Tips on staying connected to reduce anxiety and loneliness when practicing social distancing, and how to check in with others and remain community-focused, especially when it comes to those more vulnerable.