Fivelements To Open Yoga & Sacred Arts City Destination In Causeway Bay


November 21, 2018 | BY Hong Kong Tatler

Fivelements introduces an urban retreat for yoga, sacred arts, wellness coaching and plant-based nutrition

Living in fast-paced Hong Kong, we often find ourselves looking for a healing escape to reset our body and mind, away from the noise and from our digital gadgets. While some of the best wellness retreats in Asia are just a flight away, planning and making time for a trip is already stressful in itself.

That’s where Fivelements, the award-winning integrated wellness lifestyle expert, comes in. Originally from Bali, the wellness company announced the launch of their first standalone Yoga & Sacred Arts city destination, set to open at Times Square in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.

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Designed based on the belief that “optimal wellness comes from embracing and respecting the body, mind and spirit”, the wellness sanctuary will support the city’s busy professionals with a diverse range of yoga and sacred art practices led by its team of health experts.

If you’re looking for a holistic wellness experience, Fivelements’ integrative programmes will provide bespoke therapies including bodywork, intuitive healing and energy work, natural beauty treatments and tailor-made wellness coaching—for truly immersive and transformative healing that aims to promote long-lasting health benefits.

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Whether it’s day retreats, group classes or private sessions that you’re after, Fivelements has got you covered with a wealth of health and wellness programmes, while incorporating the brand’s famed plant-based cuisine inspired by Sakti Dining Room in Fivelements Bali.

The Sakti Elixir Bars and Delicatessen will bring in new traiteur-inspired eat-in and eat-out models to the city’s mindful eating scene with plant-powered food that tastes delicious and healthy for a wellness lifestyle.


Fivelements's first standalone branch in Hong Kong will accept memberships starting from spring 2019, so stay tuned for further updates. 

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