Soneva launches the new wellness brand Soul, between medicine, science and holistic wellness practices

The Island Spa at Soneva Jani

Soneva Soul is the new wellness brand of the hotel group of the same name. The target? Combining thousands of years of ancient healing practices with modern science and medicine to reconnect mind, body and soul. “Soneva Soul is the culmination of everything we have acquired since we launched our spa in Soneva Fushi in 1995, the first spa resort in the Maldives,” explains the group’s CEO and co-founder. Sonu Shivdasani.

The brand’s offer includes the presence of a spa, with physical activity, sleep, yoga and meditation programs, as well as products for well-being and lifestyle improvement. All managed by a team of specialists, experts in innovative and regenerative wellness practices and medical services. Connected by raised walkways that wind through the trees, the Soneva Soul Island Spa of the Maldivian Soneva Jani it is for example a three-level complex conceived in perfect harmony with the eastern frame of the island. Complementing The Gathering’s existing Over-water spa, it consists of outdoor treatment rooms, consultation suites, therapeutic biomodulation rooms, a state-of-the-art gym and juice bar. A yoga pavilion and meditation terrace are also located high above the treetops, providing 360-degree views of the private lagoon.

Soneva Soul is also present in the Soneva Fushi in the Baa atoll, also in the Maldives, as well as in the Thai Soneva Kiri. In the future, the idea is that the brand can also work with third party partners, to launch wellness destinations all over the world. From here to the beginning of 2022, each Soneva Soul will create a permanent team composed of an Ayurvedic doctor, a traditional Chinese medicine doctor, an integrative medicine doctor and highly qualified therapists. The resident team will be supported by a network of external international wellness specialists, selected on the basis of their professionalism in wellness, medicine, fitness and spirituality practices.