Published on : Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Global Wellness Day is a special day that reminds the entire world of the importance of living well, encompassing everything from exercise and beauty treatments to spiritual teachings and ways of thinking, and the harmony between body and spirit. This is a social movement without any commercial purpose, celebrated around the world on the second Saturday of June every year.
“We all want to be healthy, look good and live a good life, both physically and spiritually,” says Belgin Askoy, Global Wellness Day Founder. “Four Seasons shares these values and we are thrilled that they are supporting this worldwide initiative.”
The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Denver will host sunrise yoga on the Hotel’s pool terrace on Saturday, June 11, starting at 7:30 am. The yoga class will be led by Jordan New, one of the region’s leading yoga instructors. The class is complimentary for Hotel guests and USD 20 for members of the public; proceeds will benefit Global Green. Prospective yogis must RSVP to SpaReception.DEN@fourseasons.com and bring a yoga mat.
At 8:30 am following yoga, a healthy breakfast for guests will be served by EDGE Executive Chef Simon Purvis. Hilary O’Toole, a Four Seasons spa employee, will demonstrate paddle board yoga in the pool during the breakfast.
At 9:30 am, a free workshop on essential oils will be led by Jacki Brown, a Hotel spa therapist, also on the pool terrace.
From June 6 to 10, Hotel employees can enjoy complimentary chair massages in the employee cafeteria, which is stocked with healthy eating options daily, from fresh vegetables on the salad bar to infused water with citrus and mint.
“Colorado is known for its healthy lifestyle, a way of life our spa promotes daily,” remarked Chrysse Preonas, the Hotel’s Spa Director. “We are opening our doors and pool terrace on June 11 to celebrate this day with other like-minded people around the globe.”
For 20 years, Global Green has been a leader in advancing smart solutions to climate change that improve lives and protect the planet. The organisation advances new policies that build sustainable communities, helps local governments integrate sustainable design and helps people reduce waste, live better, and act more sustainably today, and in the future.