As a global brand, Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts is adept at staying on top of the cultural zeitgeist, and if you really consider the company’s initiatives over time, especially those focused on experience, you could even say the brand is leading the luxury travel package by forecasting what travelers want most at specific locations. When the Hawaiian Islands were able to safely reopen to visitors, Four Seasons Resort Maui in Wailea quietly launched a partnership with Next Health, a center for health optimization and longevity – first offering IV drops and injections of vitamins – and this program has been so successful that it is now expanding to include cutting-edge treatments like ozone, stem cell and exosome therapies, all available at the resort without even having to step into your car. It’s like a mini medical spa in paradise. And it addresses what might still be an unspoken need among travelers, even those who express and practice self-care: taking care of our health to the next level with groundbreaking wellness therapies that go far beyond the ‘usual.
Four Seasons Resort Maui’s Senior Spa Manager, Pat Makozak, says, “What sets the program apart is that these high-level treatments are accessible in the serene setting of a luxury resort. More than ever, our customers are looking for advanced treatments that are results-driven and rooted in medical expertise. Our collaboration with Next Health allows us to continue to move forward as leaders in the field of wellness travel.
I was able to experience an intravenous infusion boosted with a Jet Lag Relief pack, which contained extra hydration plus glutathione, an antioxidant that supports immunity, and NAD, which supports cellular energy. I can attest to the immediacy of the results, which put me on the right track to quickly recover from three hour jet lag, effectively extending my trip as I didn’t have the downtime typically associated with traveling to Hawaii. ‘i from the west of the mainland. Coast. I actually slept in until 6am the next morning, my normal Bay Area wake up time, as opposed to my usual 3am run for coffee the first morning after arriving. on the island.
And the staff at Next Health were warm, welcoming, and informative about the process, from the ingredients of the IV to the benefits I could expect, in general. The IV process, administered in a comfortable recliner, was simple and relaxing, taking less than an hour all told. Honestly, I felt like a new person, someone who had shuttled between Wailea and Upcountry Maui rather than SFO.
The second phase of the collaboration has just launched with three exciting next-level options:
Ozone therapy: Involving the separation and oxygenation of blood, this process encourages bio-rejuvenation, which can promote healing throughout the body, creating feelings of revitalization and readiness to reach new heights.
Stem cell therapy: Stem cells are called the “conductors” of cellular communication. According to research, they can help orchestrate and improve cellular communication, optimizing the efficiency of a variety of bodily processes, which can improve overall vitality.
Exosome therapy: Exosomes are proteins considered to be the “brains” of stem cells. These powerful proteins are vital in cell communication, which means they can help improve a variety of bodily functions. Optimized cellular communication can produce feelings of rejuvenation and readiness to meet any challenge.
Next Health memberships are available to frequent travelers to Four Seasons Resort Maui and/or those who live near Next Health locations in Los Angeles or New York. I highly recommend that you book a service for the day of your arrival that will prepare you for a quick recovery from dehydration and the stress of the flight. And I can’t wait to discover the new treatments that have just been launched.
The collaboration between Four Seasons Resort Maui and Next Health speaks to travelers’ deep desire to go beyond simply preventing disease and maintaining optimal health as we explore the world.
Learn more about the offerings here and schedule an appointment by calling the resort at (808) 874-8000.