Shabbat is the Jewish day of rest having its origins in the Torah – Law of God. It is based on the premise that God worked six days at creating the world and on the seventh day he ceased working, blessed the day and declared it holy.
Shabbat is primarily a day of rest and spiritual enrichment. The word Shabbat comes from the root Shin-Bet-Tav, meaning to cease, to end, or to rest. In a general meaning, Shabbat frees a person from his/her weekday concerns, from deadlines, schedules, and commitments.
We at 360° Wellness Solutions closely embody the spirit of Shabbat, and as a provider of well-being, we help our guests in exploring each aspect of well-being – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.
Well-being activities like yoga, meditation, silent walking, and more, work on the premise that they help in creating an inner spiritual connect with one’s own self and promote time for one’s own self.
For our guests from Israel, we propose to have the following services available soon**:
· No non-Shabbat food in the room of the guest.
· No phone calls to the guest room post afternoon
· No wellness treatments from afternoon (Friday) till next day afternoon (Saturday)
· Provision of Special bread (Challah).
· Provision for Scaled fish stew (Cholent)
· Food to be prepared before sunset and placed in hot plates – food not to be removed from the hot plates or reheated; hot food is served hot and cold food cold.
· Dinner to be served in the room of the guest.
· After sunrise guest can come out of the room and eat breakfast – again hot food is served hot and cold food cold.
** Though we are not an organization which promotes any religion in general, our philosophy is to be inspired by the spiritual and wellbeing principles which are universal and followed by the different religions of the world.