Rancho La Puerta is located in Baja California in Mexico off the Tecate-Tijuana freeway, close to San Diego. Founded in 1940, it claims to be the first destination fitness and spa resort. The family owned business offers a range of fitness, mindfulness, culinary and art activities, a full service spa and even has of an organic farm on the premises.
It’s a place to “escape from life’s stress and distractions on a healthy vacation that empowers your true self. The Ranch encourages integrative wellness for women and men of all ages and fitness levels through exciting, energetic fitness options, delicious organic cuisine, and pure fun and relaxation …all in a tranquil setting in the shadow of Baja California’s mystical Mt. Kuchumaa.”
Enchantment Resort is set in the Boyton Canyon on 70 acres near Sedona, Arizona. Surrounded by breathtaking red rock formations, the views alone are enough to help you feel better. There’s all kinds of things to do from hiking, taking art classes, working out or even going to visit the nearby Native America reservation.
Of special mention are the private golf club and tennis courts, both of which have stunning backdrops that dramatically elevate the experience, and the Mii amor spa, perhaps the best in the entire continental United States.
The Body Holiday Wellness Resort in St Lucia offers a customizable all-inclusive experience. You can mix and match activities like yoga, cycling, golf, tennis, kayaking, surfing, fencing, beach volleyball, scuba diving, and of course, group fitness and personal training.
Every month, the resort has a different theme during which guests can “partake in activities alongside some of the best athletes and sportsmen and women in the World,” all for free. With 5 restaurants, an organic garden, Ayurvedic cuisine and customized diets, your nutritional and culinary options are virtually limitless.
Set in the beautiful foothills of Camelback Mountain near Scottsdale, Arizona, Sanctuary Resort is exactly what the name promises. Spread over 53 acre, this luxury resort is the perfect place to get away from the stress of daily life and rejuvenate your mind and body.
Among the special attractions are the Satori Meditation Retreat hosted by Hay House author Sarah McLean, meals prepared by none other than Food Network star and Executive Chef Beau MacMillan and personalized Yoga, Pilates and Swim classes.
The 16,000-square foot fitness building has a Mediterranean-inspired indoor pool, yoga studio, state-of-the-art gym and even a spin studio for group classes. Specialists and personal trainers offer classes and assessments including heart-rate, posture and movement assessments.
So the next time you’re planning a nice vacation, check out these amazing options that combine luxury, nature, relaxation and health! In the meantime, stay healthy wherever you are with Vivo.