First-class holistic wellness sanctuary The Farm at San Benito successfully concluded its Kami No Ken training program last June with celebrity practitioners Ellen Adarna and Derek Ramsay as co-facilitators of the four-day life-changing transformational program – now gearing up for its second run this November 2023!
Kami No Ken Training international master Coach Nasser Qazi led the holistic renewal program, with co-facilitators Derek Ramsay and Ellen Adarna, using techniques to help people tap into their body, mind, and spirit's untapped potential.
Global Head for Sales and Marketing Jennifer Sanvictores said that The Farm at San Benito is honored to host the country's first Kami No Ken retreat.
“We are grateful to have been a part of this transformative journey, contributing to the personal growth and well-being of each participant. We look forward to enriching collaborations in the future and continuing our shared mission of delivering meaningful experiences that promote physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being,” Ms. Sanvictores said.
The program's goal is to assist individuals in overcoming their limitations, developing personalized tools to help them overcome them, and understanding their life's purpose and calling.
Kami No Ken, which translates to "Fist of God within, referring to the strength and power of the God within you," originated in Japan and now expands globally. Its roots lie in ancient Japanese martial arts and philosophy, where warriors used their swords in combat and as a tool for personal growth.
Kami No Ken, a method of self-improvement that aims to enhance our physical and mental state by improving our lifestyle and daily routines, has vast and wide-ranging benefits, including life-changing transformation for the body and spirit.
With the recent Kami No Ken training program held at The Farm at San Benito yielding grateful graduates for the “life-transformative healing holiday,” they said that the program gave them an “exceptional, life-changing experience.”
“Kami No Ken is not a product; it is a way of life – the Principle of Life, shares Coach Nasser.
“Kami No Ken is a process of self-discovery where the individual will discover its inner strength based on daily rituals and habits. Our programs are focused on bringing back the awareness of the connection between our body, mind and soul, thus creating balance and harmony within ourselves and our surroundings.” the master Kami No Ken trainer added. Being a vocational and avocational self-improvement program; this is not a medical treatment and is more focused on “improving the quality of our lives by first improving ourselves.”
Furthermore, Kami No Ken is a process of self-discovery where the individual will discover his own inner strength based on daily rituals and habits. The programs are focused on bringing back the awareness of the connection between the body, mind, and soul, thus creating balance and harmony within ourselves and our surroundings.
The program facilitators shared that the program emphasizes mind-body-soul connection and fosters a sense of balance and harmony within oneself. Both facilitators and participants were also grateful that The Farm’s healing environment, nutrient-dense wellness cuisine, and holistic treatments contributed to their "transformative experience.”
Ms. Sanvictores further stressed that the successful Kami No Ken Training Program yielded extremely grateful students who experienced an “exceptional life-transforming healing holiday.”
The Farm at San Benito has inspired other Philippine holiday resorts to adopt a similar approach. Beach resorts have also started offering Filipino-inspired nature spas and “healing holidays,” other alternatives have shifted their focus to provide a broader range of wellness experiences encompassing physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.
“Even hotel spas are now offering vegan-vegetarian options and incorporating mindful activities, making them more aligned with the concept of ‘healthy hotels,’ “ Ms. Sanvictores adds.
Wellness tourism being synonymous with eco-tourism, wellness tourism establishments need to implement sustainable practices to reduce their carbon footprint. This includes reducing waste, conserving energy and water, supporting local conservation efforts, and promoting responsible tourism practices among guests.
Additionally, diversifying target markets to cater to different customer segments and geographic locations helps maintain a steady flow of guests.
For instance, apart from training programs like Kami No Ken, The Farm at San Benito has also introduced initiatives like Family Wellness, Green Meetings, and Wellness Weddings, to name a few, to attract a diverse range of visitors apart from the medically-supervised all-inclusive health optimization programs.
Moreover, by developing partnerships and inviting local and international Visiting Practitioners who specialize in holistic healing and healing arts, the holistic wellness sanctuary creates year-round attractions or events that reduce the impact of seasonality.
The Farm at San Benito is located at 19 Barangay, Lipa in Batangas.
For more details and inquiries, visit The Farm at San Benito's Facebook page.
This is a press release from The Farm at San Benito. Minor edits have been made by LoopMe Philippines editors.