Enjoy Wellness Week At Breezes Resort & Spa In The Bahamas

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In conjunction with the Caribbean Tourism Organization naming 2018 the “Year of Wellness and Rejuvenation,” Breezes Resort & Spa — Bahamas is teaming up with Crunch Fitness and Dr. Rachel to host its first on-site Wellness Week April 23–27, 2018.

For five days, the Super-Inclusive® resort will be transformed into a wellness retreat with a full program of daily group exercise classes, culinary workshops, discussions about mindfulness and making healthy life choices, as well as healthy behavior challenges and games. Featured classes include beach yoga, Caribbean rhythms dancing, and Zumba, plus more adventurous options like flying Pilates and trapeze conditioning.

All classes are taught by licensed instructors and vary in level of difficulty. A “healthy eating” break featuring exotic fruits and nutritious snacks will follow each energizing session.

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Between sessions, retreat-goers can attend cooking demonstrations led Breezes Executive Chef Nigel Clarke. The ambiance of rejuvenation will be felt throughout the property with smoothie stations available in the Resort’s Banana Boat, chilled eucalyptus towels in the lobby, mini massages provided by Blue Mahoe Spa, and much more. Upon check-in guests will receive “swag bags” with surprise wellness treats.

In addition to the Wellness Week, Breezes Resort & Spa — Bahamas has a plethora of land and water activities available to all guests for free. Water activities include ocean paddle boarding, sailing, kayaking, etc. For guests who prefer to stay ashore, Breezes has a beachside jogging track, sand soccer field, rock climbing, and flying trapeze. Rates for Wellness Week start at $171/night/person and can be booked online at www.breezes.com.

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