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Gili Lankanfushi Maldives to celebrate a healthy and green March

Gili Lankanfushi Maldives invites guests to celebrate March as a wellness and sustainable activities related month at the resort.

Visiting practitioner Dr. Sohal, takes on residency for the month and brings his expertise to help people improve lifestyle disorders such as back pains, sleeplessness and migraines. 
Dr. Sohal is a naturopathic doctor, acupuncturist, and wellness consultant and yoga specialist from India.

Having previously worked with Indian & International wellness resorts like Six Senses, Fusion Maia, Soukya holistic centre, he has helped many people with various disorders like weight loss, pain, de-addiction, migraines, back pain, face-lift, sleeplessness and other new lifestyle disorders.
A few of the activities which are going to be conducted by Dr. Sohal include nutritional guidance, yoga therapy, acupuncture and cupping as well as wellness screening. Dr. Sohal will be visiting from 4th March – 30th March 2018.

 For a limited time, Gili will also be hosting Jasmine Hemsley, a founder of Hemsley + Hemsley, who has inspired a global audience to shift their perspectives on food. With a passion for eating well to feel great, Jasmine believes in conscious, healthy and joyful living. For the past 10 years Jasmine’s research and passion for good food has connected her with the ancient healing system, Ayurveda, and she published her first Ayurvedic cookbook, East by West at the end of 2018. She is passionate about a holistic approach to well-being, and her projects include Sound Sebastien, offering immersive and uplifting sound baths and crystal alchemy.

A well-known personality in the food, wellness and travel industries, Jasmine has both written for and been featured in Conde Nast Traveller, Vanity Fair, Elle, The Telegraph, Vogue, ES Magazine, You Magazine, Goop and W Magazine, among others.
During her residency, Jasmine will be offering three complimentary experiences for Gili Lankanfushi guests that will focus on sound healing and her works as an Ayurveda guru:

  • 2 x 90-minute immersive and soothing sound bath sessions for up to 20 guests, offering the chance to switch off the mind, open the heart and calm the spirit with a wave of therapeutic tones to balance the chakras. A moment in time for guests to be enveloped in the wave of therapeutic tones of singing bowls, it’s a session to reset and renew through a sound-induced meditative state.
  • 1 x cooking masterclass, focusing on delicious Ayurvedic recipes from East by West.
  • 1 x 60 to 90-minute Ayurveda masterclass, talking through the principles and ancient wisdom of Ayurveda and Jasmine’s journey of discovery over the past few years.
Jasmine will be visiting from 12th March – 19th March 2018.
 
For mother-nature and the environment around us, Gili commemorates Global Recycling Day on 18th March and Earth Hour on 24th March with exciting activities. They encourage you to think about the environment we live in and your well being, and participate in these environmental events with us. 

Gili also invites its guests to celebrate Earth Hour as they themed this day around coral conservation as they conserve the ocean life. Being the first resort in the Maldives to have a low-tech but high efficiency coral recovery project that involves rope, Gili will mark this day with focus on their coral line project. Their coral lines project started in 2014 and currently has 180 lines, each containing approximately 50 coral fragments. The nursery is home to more than 8,500 corals. These frames are in a sheltered site, with optimal current and lighting conditions.
Activities for the day includes Gili Coral Lines Workshop, Earth Hour Lights Off and movie screening of Chasing Corals documentary at the Jungle Cinema.

Discover how you can do your part with Gili and be conscious towards the earth as “Gili Gives Back” to the world we live in. 
On Global Recycling Day, as a continuous effort on their stand against plastic, the marine biology team at Gili Lankanfushi will be organizing an endurance event named “Paddle against plastic”.

A team of hosts from the resort will undergo a 12km Stand Up Paddle (SUP) to raise awareness about the overuse of single use plastic in the Maldives. This endurance event aims to inspire others to reduce their dependence on plastic by physically collecting plastic from ocean surface whilst undergoing an enduring paddle to recognize our dedication to the cause.

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