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Wed, 27 April 2016

DSM Opens Atmantan Wellness Resort Near Pune, India

A new wellness resort has opened near Pune, India.

The 106-room Atmantan - whose name is derived from a unification of Atma (soul), Mana (mind), and Tann (body) - is nestled in the crystalline Sahyradri mountains overlooking the serene Mulshi lake.

Atmantan is managed by Thailand-based wellness specialist, Destination Spa Management (DSM).

DSMs Managing Director, Joy Menzies, said, As an operator, it is a rare pleasure to have a resort that ticks all the boxes for a successful wellness property. The location is perfect, and the owners are fully committed to a results-oriented wellness concept. Atmantans motto is Be Transformed, and we are delighted to have the staff, facilities, systems and evidence-based programs to deliver on that promise.

Set amidst 40 acres of garden and farmland, the resort embodies sustainability and wellness. Atmantans Wellness Pavilion is one of the largest in the country, with 23 spa and holistic treatment rooms, 10,000 sq.ft of fitness and physiotherapy, an indoor salt pool, a salon and wellness retail. The resort also has a specialist Kriya pavilion for comprehensive and authentic Ayurvedic programs.

Owners, Nikhil and Sharmilee Kapur, said, We are delighted to see our vision taken forward by DSM. Our intention is for Atmantan to truly be a place for personal transformation and deep understanding of holistic wellness both key ingredients for a happy life.

Atmantan is the first of DSMs managed properties to open. The company has other projects in China, India and Thailand.

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