The World’s First Underwater Yoga Class in the Maldives
Like every other experience, trying Yoga sessions in a different setting makes it exciting. For the Yoga lover, Huralwahi Island resort in the Maldives organized the world’s largest underwater yoga experience on the 17th March 2018. The yoga session was the first one of its kind, and the fact that it took place in the globe`s largest undersea glass resort made it more memorable.
Jessica Olie, a Yoga expert and author, was leading the sessions. Participants rolled their mats 6 meters under the water, and as they shifted from one position to another, over 2000 species of sea animals spectated. The turnout was overwhelming, and every participant can attest to getting a treat of a lifetime.
The event was dubbed Vinyasa flow practice and considering that the entrance was only $120, no Yogist wanted to miss out. It was aimed at improving the muscle potential, flexibility, and boosting your immune system. Jessica kept participants on the go for the whole one-hour session, and all of them left with a mental and health reward on top of the adventure.
A Little Insight of the Huralwahi 5.8 Resort
Huralwahi is a 40-minute flight from Male. Guests have ample relaxation sites in the resort as they enjoy the breathtaking view of the island. The Island resort boasts of an organic Duniye spa, Duniye meaning universe. Here, tourists enjoy both modern and ancient cultures relaxation modules.
The resort has all kinds of seafood with world-class cocktails. The resort has 90 Villas, 30 on the beach and 60 in the ocean and you are guaranteed of total immersion into nature and serenity. These villas are well-furnished, have beautiful décor, large beds with high-quality linens.
The session was appropriate for both beginners and experienced yogis. If you missed out on the 17th, keep your ears open for the next one.