If you are a water baby and a fitness freak then here is some great news for you. Soon you can practice yoga amid panoramic views of tropical marine underworld in Maldives. If unrivalled luxury, stunning white-sand beaches and deep sun rays weren't enough to impress you, Maldives now gives you another reason to explore its unparalleled beauty.
Soon, an underwater restaurant in the Maldives will let you perform yoga under water. The Hurawalhi Maldives' 5.8 restaurant features world's largest all-glass undersea restaurant. Situated nearly six metres below the surface, this restaurant will give you an opportunity to roll out your yoga mats and experience the unprecedented undersea yoga.
The yoga session will be one-hour long during which yoga instructor will instruct participants to perform unique yoga poses while colourful tropical fish swim in a liquid azure sky.
This vinyasa flow class will help improve flexibility, power up the immune system, boost muscle strength and produce inner calm.
Everything you need to know
Where: Hurawalhi Maldives' 5.8 restaurant
When: March 17
For whom: Suitable for both beginners and advanced yogis alike
Duration: 1 hour
What else to expect from Hurawalhi
The luxurious and adults-only Hurawalhi Island Resort is ideal for honeymoon, wedding, or a beach holiday in the mesmerising Maldives.
You can enjoy a range of wellness and adventure activities here such as scuba diving, spa, snorkelling, water-sports, indoor sports and much more.
They have different varieties of villas to cater to almost every requirement. Their list of villas include: Ocean Pool Villas, Ocean Sunset Pool Villas, Ocean Villas, Romantic Ocean Villas, Beach Villas, Beach Sunset Villas and Beach Sunset Pool Villas.
All of these are equipped with world-class facilities promising a memorable stay.
What if Maldives is out of reach?
There are plenty of other options if Maldives seem out of reach. You may consider Lole White Tour to experience worldwide yoga tours in unexpected places.
In the past, Lole White Tour has organised events at major landmarks around the world including the The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Eiffel Tower, Central Park in New York and the Olympic Stadium in Montreal.
You may also checkout Bali-based Ocean Soul Retreat’s new freediving and yoga packages. 10 guests will sail through the Komodo National Park from June 8th until June 14th to learn freediving and breath-focused yoga in clear blue waters.
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