From Horse Therapy to Mushroom Retreats, Here Are Some Out-of-the-Box Wellness Travel Experiences
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From Horse Therapy to Mushroom Retreats, Here Are Unconventional Wellness Travel Experiences to Consider This Summer

Hotels and resorts are revolutionizing the way they cater to guests, distinguishing themselves from traditional approaches to hospitality. These days, travelers can indulge in unique well-being-focused activities as part of a hotel’s guest experience offering.

Would you be down for horse-assisted therapy or mind-opening psychedelic retreats? In this new travel age, there’s an unconventional and unparalleled experience awaiting every adventurer. Check out our list below:

Amanyara – Turks and Caicos

A resort oasis with a holistic approach to well-being is Turks and Caicos’ Amanyara. The accommodation promises to cater to guests who want a mix of relaxation, restoration, and physical fitness. The property features four spa treatment pavilions, a yoga and Pilates studio, as well as tennis courts, a multi-sport field, and a volleyball court.

The stay has brought in some of the world’s renowned experts to offer a series of specialized wellness programs.  This includes the resort’s mindfulness and stress management immersion program that teaches guests how to cultivate serenity in the face of a stressful lifestyle through the art of meditation and other selected therapies.

MycoMeditations – Jamaica

With some health professionals lying psychedelics to improve mental health and wellness, some travelers are opting to embark on the experience. One accommodation known for offering this style of healing is Jamaica’s MycoMeditations. Guests can stay seven nights in Treasure Beach. The resort’s focus is on psilocybin therapy and has a variety of lodging options that include plant-based meals, massages, and spa packages.

According to the resort’s website, psilocybin mushrooms have the “power to help people heal.” With assisted therapy, guests can accelerate deep healing, new perspectives, connectedness, and feelings of well-being.

Carillon Miami Wellness Resort – Miami, Florida

If luxury is more up your alley, then Carillon Miami Wellness Resort is calling your name. Unique for its beachside location, the property boasts many amenities that are intended to improve guests’ mental well-being.

What sets this accommodation apart is its services for physical well-being— anti-aging spa treatments, cryotherapy, and salt flotation therapy have been added to the list. And the resort didn’t leave pampering off, guests can get facials, massages, or a new look at the on-site salon.

Selman Marrakech – Morocco

Ever heard of Equitherapy? Well, Morocco’s luxury Selman Marrakech Hotel has mixed horses into personal development sessions. Known for its Arabian stallions, guests can schedule private visits to its School of Equestrian Arts to attend a personal development workshop. During the session, horses act as a companion to improve psychological and spiritual development because they are said to connect with humans.

Guests will learn how to gain the horse’s attention, build a relationship of trust, and control themselves and their stress levels in front of the horse. At the end of the session, guests can participate in a guided meditation to further enhance relaxation.

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Crystal Gross
Crystal joined BallerAlert in 2020 to renew her passion for writing. She is a Kentucky native who now lives in the heart of Atlanta. She enjoys reading, politics, traveling, and of course writing.

About Crystal Gross

Crystal joined BallerAlert in 2020 to renew her passion for writing. She is a Kentucky native who now lives in the heart of Atlanta. She enjoys reading, politics, traveling, and of course writing.

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