Beauty & Wellbeing

Go wild at Gleneagles

By Mark Smith

By Mark Smith

09 December 2020

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Gleneagles, the iconic Scottish hotel, spa and golf resort set in the rolling hills of Perthshire, has launched Wild Wellness, a mindful and restorative nature-based wellness programme that is set to run on selected dates from October to March 2021.

Tapping into the demand for staycations and wild nature escapes, the team has introduced a two-night experience that combines the benefits of forest bathing, hill walking, pranayama breath work, wild swimming and star gazing.

Recognising that nature offers significant physical and mental health benefits, the retreat invites guests to reconnect with the natural rhythm of the Scottish landscape to nurture mind, body and soul.

Outdoor hydrotherapy at Gleneagles Hotel, Spa and Golf Resort

The fully immersive experience includes a full day’s expedition to the summit of Ben Vorlich, providing views of Loch Earn, followed by a soothing aromatherapy massage to treat aching or tired muscles.

Guests will also enjoy a morning of fishing and foraging before the retreat concludes with a forest bathing session in Torlum Wood, allowing them to soak in the tranquil woodland location.

The Wild Wellness programme enchance the already extensive wellness offering at Gleneagles, which also comprises 20 treatment rooms, a steam room, a hot sauna cabin, a warm, dark vitality pool, a light-filled relaxation courtyard and a healthy spa café.

Immerse yourself...

For more information about Wild Wellness Retreats at Gleneagles, click below

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