Home » Spa & Wellness » Currently Reading:

A Detoxifying Harvest At Aro Ha

March 14, 2014 Spa & Wellness No Comments Email Email

One of the integral aspects of Aro Ha Wellness Retreat’s program is food and nutrition. In combination with other elements of the program, Aro Ha’s unique cuisine provides guests with the opportunity to eat their way to better health.

A blend of vegetarian, vegan and raw cuisine, Aro Ha’s menus are a colourful and lively presentation with much of the produce having been procured from the facilities own permaculture based gardens. The gardens are a testament to Aro Ha’s commitment to sustainability and self-sufficiency. Fresh spring rolls with tamarind and spicy almond sauces and ginger and beet sauerkraut

Citrus and nut orchards, vegetable patches bursting with kale, lettuce, heirloom varieties of squash and tomatoes, greenhouses full of tables brimming with micro-herbs and edible flowers are just some of the organic delights being grown and harvested at Aro Ha.

Dishes such as fresh spring rolls served with tamarind and spicy almond sauces and a ginger and beetroot sauerkraut are an example of how Aro Ha is utilising its bountiful produce.

The dietary detox goddess Suzie Bohannon designed the menus for Aro Ha with the seasonal on site produce in mind.  Author of No Sweeter than the Ripest Cherry www.ripestcherry.com, Suzie is well versed in supporting a wholesome detox experience that focuses on alkalinity, remineralisation and optimal elimination.

Guests at Aro Ha learn about the health benefits of this type of cuisine via workshops facilitated by the kitchen and garden teams, including the role of fermented foods and how to grow and use your own micro-herbs.

Managing Partner at Aro Ha, Damian Chaparro, understands the important role food plays in the Aro Ha experience. “On the most rudimental of levels, food is consumed to fuel our bodies. At Aro Ha your body is working hard to eliminate and detoxify so our food needs to support that.”

“Our team are extremely passionate about what they do, and given feedback from our retreats, our guests recognise and appreciate this. The food is creative and delicious, the fact that it also happens to be so nutrient dense is just an added bonus.”

Aro Ha is a NZ$30 million complex purpose-built to combine leading-edge architecture, permaculture principles and sustainability. Retreats combine yoga, sub-alpine hiking, dynamic movement, detoxifying cuisine, contrast spa therapy treatments and therapeutic massage to encourage exceptional physical and emotional wellbeing.

Pricing for a 5-day Enrich and Invigorate retreat starts at NZ$4550 per person and 7-day Delve Deep retreat at NZ$6250 pp, land-only, fully inclusive of accommodation, transfers, meals, and intensive programming.

For further information please visit www.aro-ha.com

Comment on this Article:







Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.

Platinium Partnership

ADVERTISEMENTS

Elite Partnership Sponsors

ADVERTISEMENTS

Premier Partnership Sponsors

ADVERTISEMENTS

Official Media Event Partner

ADVERTISEMENTS

Global Travel media endorses the following travel publication

ADVERTISEMENTS

GLOBAL TRAVEL MEDIA VIDEOS