Soneva Jani to Welcome Wellness Practitioner Roger Moore this September

PUBLISHED September 24, 2020 | updated September 24, 2020 03:50

Award-winning luxury resort, Soneva Jani will be welcoming Spa Practitioner Roger Moore to the island this September 2020. Roger will be available from September 28 to October 17 to provide the most authentic wellness experience for guests. 

Roger is a world-renowned therapist to many celebrities who has been featured in magazines, TV health programmes and spa and health related articles throughout his career. Originally from the United Kingdom, Roger has travelled and studied extensively throughout the USA, Europe and Russia. He has studied and lived in Asia for the past 20 years. 

His qualifications and experience range from the western medical and scientific approach to health, to the Eastern Shamanic, esoteric and spiritual approach to wellbeing, and happiness. He was noted by Joe Foley, in Tatler’s Traveller 'Little Black Book' as one of the top eight therapist in the world ‘Worth Travelling Around the Globe For’. In Elite Traveler he was voted The Best Therapist, with the Best Therapy at Chiva-Som Asia. He also creates wellness programmes and consults for resorts and properties such as Six Senses, Chiva-Som, Cowshed, B abington House, Soneva and 137 Pillars Hotels. He currently divides his time between Asia and Europe, all the while travelling and consulting for private clients, captains of industry, and household names. 

Introduced in 2016, Soneva Jani situated in the northern Noonu Atoll a surreal collection of 25 enormous shingled neo-Victorian villas, some with wrap-around slides plunging into a lagoon that’s so impossibly lucid you can see colorful parrotfish, rays, and mottled nudibranchs from shore. Soneva’s dedication to sustainability is so much more than the green varnish you get elsewhere, and here that manifests in its own recycling centre, seawater pools, organic gardens, and an open-air cinema equipped with wireless headphones so as not to disturb the nesting turtles nearby. Theres even a powerful over-water observatory with tabletop screens linked to the telescopes view, but a better bet is the in-villa retractable moon-roof opening to let you sleep under the Southern Cross no devices needed. 


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