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Yoga Classes now Available at Anantara Resorts & Spas

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Anantara Resorts & Spas in Thailand, the Maldives and Bali are now offering guests the chance to enrich their mind, body and soul through the power of Hatha yoga.

Guests are now able to enjoy an early morning yoga and meditation class at the Hilltop of Anantara Golden Triangle in the far North of Thailand or on the deck overlooking the azure waters surrounding Anantara Dhigu Resort & Spa, Maldives.

At the Anantara Dhigu Resort & Spa, Maldives and Anantara Veli Resort & Spa, Maldives Yoga for beginners is available from professional instructors beachside on both islands, while more seasoned aficionados can reserve a private session with the resident yogi.

Price: 1 Hour US$ 40++ per person and US$100++ per person for a private class
Time: everyday at 9.00 am.

The Anantara Golden Triangle Resort & Spa invites guests to enter a world of wellness through the Yoga classes that take place in key locations around the resort. From the hilltop overlooking the Mekong river to the nearby 700-year-old chedi (a bell-shaped relic shrine) or perhaps the gardens of the resort the choices are endless.

Price: THB 500++ per person and THB 3,000++ per person for a private class
Time: Every day at 8.00-9.30 am and 4.00-5.30 pm.

At the Anantara Hua Hin Resort & Spa guests can start the day with a yoga class in the beautiful garden setting at the Sala Siam with the resident Yoga expert who learned the art from Tibetan monks. The 45-minute classes are held every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday mornings at 8am. The yoga classes are designed for those who seek to develop balance, strength and flexibility as well as attain inner peace and tranquility. 

Price: THB 500++ per person and THB 3,000++ per person for a private class
Time: 8.00-9.30 am and 4.00-5.30 pm.

Anantara Koh Samui Resort & Spa is an ideal setting for a yoga and meditation class that nurtures guests through a series of age-old breathing and stretching techniques all performed slowly and consciously with a focus on inner awareness. Perfect for beginners or experienced yoga practitioners.

Price: THB 500++ per person and 3,000++ per person for a private class
Time: Every day at 8.00-9.30 am and 4.00-5.30 pm.

At the Anantara Seminyak Resort & Spa, Bali Yoga and meditation on the deck over looking the Indian Ocean is the perfect way to start the day on the Island of the Gods. Surrender to blissful relaxation, meditation and stretching in a setting conceived to inspire, whilst the sound of the ocean and the gentle breeze gently awaken the senses. The yoga classes were created for both beginners and enthusiasts.

Price: complimentary daily group class
Time: Every day at 8.00-9.30am

Anantara is taken from an ancient Sanskrit word that means 'borderless water', a name chosen for this elements association in many Asian cultures with wealth and good fortune. Inspired by local architecture and sensitive to the indigenous culture, Anantara Resorts are currently located in the seaside town of Hua Hin (220kms south of Bangkok), on Koh Samui in the Gulf of Thailand and in the Golden Triangle in the countrys north. In the world-renowned destination of the Maldives, Anantara Resort Dhigu (2006) and Anantara Resort Veli (2008) are a 30-minute boat ride from the capital Male.

The newest member of the Anantara family, Anantara Resort Seminyak, opened in March 2008. October 2008 will see the launch of Anantara Resort Phuket situated in the serenity of Mai Kao Beach, just 15 minutes from Phuket International Airport.

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