Extreme Wellness retreat at Maruia Hot Springs
SUNDAY 18TH NOVEMBER – 23RD NOVEMBER 2018
Do you feel tired, stressed or disconnected from your own body?
Next month our sister spring — Maruia Hot Springs — is holding a one-of-a-kind wellness retreat that is sure to put the spring back into your step, plus a whole lot more.
Hosted by co-owner and wellness expert Professor Marc Cohen (aka Dr Marc), guests will be led on a six-day, five-night journey through Extreme Bathing® and Adventure Bathing® that will leave them feeling intensely human and abundantly alive. The experience will include forest bathing, sauna bathing, adventure bathing and, of course, bathing in Maruia’s geothermal pools against a stunning backdrop of mountains and river valleys.
In this retreat you will:
• Expand your experience of comfort, relaxation and joy and explore the edge of your comfort zone.
• Access the deep inner-well of your being and hack into your biological operating system though focused breathing, activity and relaxation sessions.
• Discover lifestyle tweaks to overcome pain, inflammation and procrastination.
• Practice mastery over your mind and body, and gain confidence you can perform feats you thought impossible.
• Transform your world through bathing and simple lifestyle practices that build resilience and self-confidence and foster extreme wellness.
About Dr Marc
Professor Marc Cohen is one of Australia’s pioneers of integrative and holistic medicine and has made significant impacts on education, research, clinical practice and policy. He is a registered medical practitioner with degrees in western medicine, physiology and psychological medicine along with PhDs in Chinese medicine and biomedical engineering. In 2002 he became Australia’s first Professor of Complementary Medicine and Head of the Department of Complementary Medicine at RMIT University, which was by far the largest such department in the country with around 100 staff and 1000 students. He currently leads wellness research within the School of Health and Biomedical Sciences at RMIT University and serves as Program Leader for postgraduate wellness programs along with teaching undergraduate courses on Medical Diagnosis and Medical Examination.