Nestled on a beautiful private island surrounded by a beautiful lagoon and long white sandy beaches, the 5.8 Underwater Restaurant in Hurawalhi Maldives offers both panoramic views to its tropical underwater world and welcoming guests, who can enjoy a first-class tasting menu and a selection of fine wines from the cellar.
Now, you can find Zen in the world’s largest all-glass undersea restaurant named after its underwater depth in meters, since Hurawalhi Maldives will play host to the world’s first undersea yoga.
There are dozens of reasons to roll out the mat: from improving flexibility and boosting muscle strength to powering up your immune system and producing an inner calm.
During the one-hour vinyasa flow class, yoga instructor Jessica Olie will lead participants in a unique session performing downward dogs and, perhaps, the fish or dolphin pose, surrounded by schools of colorful, tropical fish swimming in a liquid azure sky.
“The most beautiful part of the practice is that you take what you need from it, and it gives you what you need,” said Jessica who will conduct the world’s first undersea yoga on 17th March.