Guest with all-inclusive package
Free morning yoga class and other excursions, except Wai Chaek Trail Walk
Prices for classes are as indicated in the schedule.
5 times = 1,500 Baht (can be used within 10 days from the first class)
Half Day Package @ 1850 Baht/person
- Welcome drink
- One yoga class
- One session of 90-minute massage (Thai traditional or Aromatic Oil)
- One session of 30-minute herbal steam bath or infrared sauna
- Food and drink coupon at The Spa Cafe 450 Baht
Hatha Yoga (every morning)
A classic approach to yoga and a perfect way to start off your morning, focusing on breathing and using the right muscles. It is an easy-going class suitable for all levels of practice.
Vinyasa Flow (Monday)
A modern form of yoga, used as exercises, focusing on faster-paced transition. Good for intermediate and advanced level and exercise lovers.
Yoga for the Back (Tuesday)
A one-hour class focuses on the back, upper and lower, neck, and shoulders. This class is suitable for back pain due to bad posture, stress, and tension in muscles. It is very soothing, like a self-massage. Please inform us if you have severe back pain or serious problems with your back, like a severely herniated disc.
Yin Yoga (Wednesday)
A slow-paced style of yoga, which incorporates traditional Chinese moves. Postures are held longer than other types of yoga, suitable for more advanced practices.
Yoga and meditation (Friday)
This class includes around 40 minutes of yoga asana (positions) and 20 minutes of meditation.
Yoga and Pranayama (Thursday)
A 40-minute yoga asana (positions) session, followed by 20 minutes of pranayama or breathing exercises, helps to calm our mind, strengthen our breath, and clean our nostrils.
Long Beach Excursion (Monday)
Our resort car will take you up and down hills to one of Koh Chang's best spots for beach chillaxing. The sandy beach is long, good for swimming. The drive takes 30 minutes/way.
Thanmayom Waterwall (Tuesday)
Koh Chang's second largest waterfall is located in a national park area, just 10 minutes drive from The Spa. Entry fee 200 Baht for foreigners and 40 Baht for Thai
Mangrove Walk (Wednesday)
A 10 minutes drive to Salak Phetch village is followed by 30-40 minutes walk on the red wooden walkway, journey through thick mangrove for a spectacular view of Salak Phetch bay at the end of the way. Walk back the same way (750 m/way)
Wai Chaek Beach Trail Walk (Thursday)
A 4-kilometer walk up and down small hills and crossing canals (usually takes 45-60 minutes) will take you to Wai Chaek beach, a secret gem of Koh Chang. You will have some time to relax, swim in the ocean and enjoy calm evening vibes before walking back to the starting point (8 KM in total).
Lighthouse Walk (Saturday)
Another attraction of Salak Phetch village, Lighthouse bridge is a perfect place for afternoon walks and jogs, using by locals as both exercising place and harbour for local fishing.
Village Cycling (Sunday)
Cycling starts from The Spa and goes to Salak Khok fisherman village. We get to see local fisherman houses and the beautiful bay area
Nim is a Thai yoga instructor, who has been teaching yoga for the past 5 years. She began her yoga journey after experiencing severe office syndrome problems, irritable bowel system and overweight as she was working as a registration clerk in a hospital. In response, Nim started practicing yoga and changing her diets to find a right balance for herself. She has been practicing yoga since 2016 and received her 200 hour yoga instructor, as well as the “Anotomy on the Mat” certificates in 2018. While she was working in Bangkok, Nim taught volunteer and private classes to nurses, doctors and other hospital personnel, focusing on alleviating office syndrome problems. Her teaching philosophy emphasizes on using easy approaches to yoga for all of her class to follow, and adjusting students’ postures so that correct muscles are used in each position in order to prevent injuries. Hatha and Vinyasa yoga is her main focus.
An Italian native, who has been living in Thailand since 1994. She has been teaching yoga in the past 16 years. Her background is in the field of tourism and tour operators, where she worked for more than 10 years, mainly in Phuket. She started to learn yoga in 2004 and got certified to become a Yoga teacher in 2005 in India, Mysore where she stayed for 3 amazing months, at Mandala Yoga Shala. Olivia has been teaching yoga since 2006, together with meditation, Tibetan Rites, Thai yoga (Rue Si Datton) and other tools which work with Energy. She has been working in the field of detox and wellness on the beautiful island of Phuket, being the resident Yoga Teacher in a Detox Center and assisting the clients through their detox journey. She strongly believes that people can live a better life through some basic rules, like healthy eating, body and mind care, good sleep and Yoga, of course 😊 She has been teaching to people from different nationalities, religions, backgrounds, through the common language that yoga is and feeling amazed by how Yoga can truly be a universal gift and tool to feel better.