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Food and Mood: 4 Mood Dining experiences at Milaidhoo

Nov 21, 2021 Milaidhoo Moments

You can benefit from new and improved ‘Mood Dining’ offerings – a series of dining and wellness packages based on the theory that certain foods can affect body chemistry and, in turn, alter a person’s mood. ‘Moods’ include ‘Rise and Shine’, ‘Get into the Milaidhoo Mood’, ‘Deep Sleep’ and newly introduced ‘Revitalise and Reset’. Consisting of thoughtfully curated food and drink menus paired with wellness activities, the programmes will evoke energised moods, increase concentration and even help to tackle ‘brain fog’ and anxiety post Covid. Meal settings also help to shape moods, with dining options on deserted sandbanks in the middle of the ocean, on the beach or in the privacy of your villa.

1. Getting into The Milaidhoo Mood

For those looking to overcome jetlag and ease into the holiday mindset, ‘Getting into The Milaidhoo Mood’ offers just that. The programme begins with a 60-minute TheraNaka African Awakening Massage at the resort’s over-water Serenity Spa. Massage movements incorporate breathing techniques to awaken the body’s senses and align both body and mind, and the treatment is followed by a Breathwork Session with the resident Yogi. In the evening, you can enjoy a sushi focused dinner aimed to ease digestion with dishes rich in vitamins, omega 3 and nutrients on their private villa deck.

2. Revitalise and Reset

Aimed specifically towards Covid19 related health problems such as burnout, anxiety and respiratory issues, you can now opt for the brand-new ‘Revitalise and Reset’ mood, which extends across two to four days. Create your own schedule for the chosen days with a range of relaxing and respiratory focused treatments to fit their needs. Brain fog and feelings of anxiety are targeted during a 30-minute breathing workshop led by Milaidhoo’s resident Yogi. Taking place at sunrise, the magical setting aids an incredibly focused practice. You will understand and learn to control their breathing to release any built-up physical and psychological tension and prepare them for the day ahead. The development of self-awareness and self-control through breathing can also help to overcome stressful and challenging situations in their daily lives. A private sunrise yoga session and meditation on the secluded sandbank can be arranged, followed by a healthy breakfast to continue the peaceful mindset, and daily detox juices or teas are on offer throughout the programme, cleansing the body physically. Perfect for relaxing in-between activities, you ease into a comforting bath during the programme, featuring soothing Elemis spa products and rehydrate on fresh fruit juice and roasted coconut slices, grown on the island. A 30-minute gentle dry-skin brushing treatment is also included, which increases lymphatic circulation and prepares the skin before completely switching off for a 1hour 30-minute, full-body intuitive massage.

3. Deep Sleep

Choose the ‘Deep Sleep’ mood to enhance sleeping patterns and maximise an undisturbed night’s sleep. The programme begins with a peaceful 90-minute Swedish Massage in the early evening to physically relax the entire body and ease muscle tension. After that, a light and early dinner of chicken or reef fish is served in the villa with a menu designed to encourage sleep. Following this, Milaidhoo’s resident Yogi leads a private moonlight meditation session on the deck of their villa to calm and slow the mind. The evening ends with a scented candlelit bath, helping the body temperature to fall and induce a feeling of sleepiness.

4. Rise and Shine

Alternatively, the ‘Rise and Shine’ programme brings you into the day feeling healthy and full of energy. The day begins with an early private yoga class in the Yoga Pavilion, a 30-minute mud application to relieve muscle ache, steam, hot shower and a 45 minutes TheraNaka Vigor Back Massage, all before breakfast. The wholesome spread and important fuel for the day follows and includes fresh, tropical fruit, yoghurt, seeds, nuts, caviar, smoked salmon, and other island delicacies.

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