Niyama Private Islands Maldives has announced a year-long wellness programme with renowned specialists.
Starting in January, Niyama Private Islands Maldives’ spa will host an assortment of experienced wellness experts over the course of the next year. The resort’s “Masters of Wellness” programme will bring back past guest experts Jade Wood and David Alessi, as well as several new specialists.
Dr Rui Pedro Loureiro – Specialising in traditional Chinese medicine, Loureiro used acupuncture and contemporary diagnostic techniques to help guests from January 1 to January 15, 2019.
Paulo Fernandes – Fernandes will split his time at the resort’s Drift Spa into two parts: one from January 15 to February 15, 2019 and another from March 10 to April 30, 2019. With expertise in nutritional microscopy and naturopathy, Fernandes will help guests reach their goals of sustainable health and fitness.
Jade Wood – Back by popular demand, Wood will return for over a month, from October 15 to November 22, 2019. She will provide one-on-one yin yoga sessions, craniofacial massages, qigong workshops, and meditation classes.
Dr Gopal Govindasamy – An expert in Ayurveda, wellness and nutrition, Govindasamy will be in residence from 15 December 2019 to 20 January 2020. While at Niyama’s Drift Spa, he will leader yogic detoxes and offer healing massages and Chinese acupuncture sessions.
Dr David Alessi – In collaboration with Beverly Hills IV Therapy, Alessi will offer non-surgical cosmetic treatments and IV therapy formulations from 20th December 2019 to 2 January 2020.
Boasting a 24-hour spa and the world's first underwater nightclub, the luxurious Niyama Private Islands Maldives is tropical paradise offering a quiet private beach, butler services, and free WiFi is available in the rooms and throughout the resort. Rooms offered are luxurious beach pool villas and over water pool villas.
Spacious and modern, the villas at Niyama Private Islands Maldives are located on the beach or over the crystal lagoon. Two to three bedroom villas complete with large infinity pools and commanding absolute privacy. All come with a 40-inch flat-screen TV, international TV channels, Bose surround sound system and a well-stocked minibar. Outdoor bathrooms have a soaking tub and soothing rain showers. The resort has electric kettles, slippers, and free toiletries.
Drift Spa features relaxing body massage and other beauty treatments. Guided snorkeling trips, sunset cruises, manta ray snorkeling, and fishing trips can be arranged by the butlers. On-site, guests can also look forward to playing the latest video games, swimming in the main pool or exercising at the gym. Staff at the restaurant and spa can assist the guests. It houses a world-class Kids Club which is one of the largest and the only kids club that caters from 12 months to 12 years old children.
The world’s first underwater restaurant-Subsix is located 6 m below sea level and is known for its champagne breakfasts and glow parties fitted with glass walls with views of the underwater marine life. Edge is a modern fine dining restaurant, set 500 m out in the ocean, accessible only by boat. Nest offers a surreal treetop setting perfect for romantic soirees, private and family dining serving Asian avant-garde cuisines including Thai, Cantonese, Teppanyaki, Japanese, Indonesian and more. Niyama Private Islands Maldives is the only resort in the Maldives to have an Afro-Latin restaurant - Tribal that offers an innovative campsite dining experience showcasing exotic African, Central, and South American dishes.
Niyama Private Islands Maldives is a 40-minute seaplane ride from Male International Airport while Maldives’ Dhaalu Airport is now open to private jets transfers that can be arranged at an extra charge.