At the Amooma Spa & Sanctuary in Wan Chai, Hong Kong, virtual reality sessions offer the opportunity of a break from city life without the ordeal and inconvenience of airports and travel stress.

Spas and VR: new stress busting wellness experiences see you travel the world – even the moon – for meditation and relaxation

  • The latest in virtual reality provides the chance of a break from city life without the worry and inconvenience of airports and planning a trip abroad
  • Spas, wellness centres and even medical clinics are finding ways to use it to help clients relax and stay healthy
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At the Amooma Spa & Sanctuary in Wan Chai, Hong Kong, virtual reality sessions offer the opportunity of a break from city life without the ordeal and inconvenience of airports and travel stress.
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Yoga is taking off in China and local and international yogis are setting up schools there. Sara Pei and David Baimbridge demonstrate the triangle pose. Photo: Lin Zhi Yong

Putting the chi in yoga: Hatha and Vinyasa poses plus massage, traditional Chinese medicine, and acrobatics in classes that emphasise practical and spiritual sides

  • As China’s yoga market expands, local and international teachers are setting up schools
  • They offer the classic poses and mix it up with science, gymnastics and TCM
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Yoga is taking off in China and local and international yogis are setting up schools there. Sara Pei and David Baimbridge demonstrate the triangle pose. Photo: Lin Zhi Yong
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