Fancy a bit of me time at a luxurious retreat soaked in sunshine?
Head to one of our top four picks this summer and combine fresh food, fitness and soaking up the rays.
1. The Orahe programme by french Supermodel and wellness guru, Estelle Lefébure
Where? Le Guanahani, St Barth, Caribbean.
Tell me about it: The three and five-day programmes are based on Estelle’s three principles for a happy, healthy life - eat, move, be.
Lefébure's Orahe method combines beauty, fitness and culinary experiences, with spa treatments, two-hour paddle, yoga and pilates classes and healthy, bespoke menus.
How will I feel? The aim is to increase focus and relieve stress. And the massages will help with tapping into a peaceful state of mind.
The resort? It’s nestled in its own 18-acre peninsula overlooking Marigot Bay combining freshly-refurbished cottages lining attractive garden paths.
Opt for one of the 67 colourful bungalows, with everything from a beach house to the Serenity Suite.
Anything else? A retreat led by Estelle will run on August 17, but the programme runs throughout the season led by one of her trained instructors.
Cost? Three days cost 745 Euro and Five days 1155Euro.
Go to leguanahani.com .
2. Ayurveda Detox Programme
Where? Alila Diwa, Goa, India
Tell me about it? The resort’s first in-house expert, Dr Arjita Kumari, has tailor-made the week-long retreat to cleanse, restore and nourish.
The aim is to find a balance between the physical, physiological and psychological beginning with an in-depth consultation on nutrition, health and stress.
Then follows sessions of healing, hypnotherapy and yoga as well as meditation, exercise and nutritionally-balanced meals.
How will I feel? Guests should experience a variety of benefits, including increased vitality and stamina to improved digestion.
The resort? It’s in southern Goa and set amid lush rice plantations sweeping down to the Arabian Sea.
It can be found in a quite spot off the tourist trail.
Anything else? Ayurvedic is an ancient Hindu medicine based on five basic elements, ether, fire, water, earth and air.
The five components translate into three doshas - Vatha, Pitta and Kapha - and each detox will depend on a guest's individual dosha.
Cost? Prices for a seven night retreat single occupancy cost INR20,000 per night (£206). Available all year round.
Go to alilahotels.com/diwagoa .
3. Bodyism Clean and Lean residency, Anacapri
Where? Capri Palace Hotel
Tell me about it? It’s the second event of its kind at the five-star hotel.
James Duigan and his London-based team have designed their wellness programme to strip fat, enhance health and improve performance.
Sessions will take place in the new 2,000sq ft gym and include personal training, yoga and facial stretching.
Clean and Lean dishes created by Bodyism will be whipped up in two, Michelin star restaurants.
The resort? It has 72 rooms and suites decorated in a Mediterranean style and boasts views of the Gulf of Naples and Ischia Island.
Anything else? There’s an emphasis on sustainable life changes, so you’ll be able to implement the methods when you get back on home soil.
Cost? Open until October 18 2015, prices for private sessions with James and his team start at 130Euros per hour.
Go to capripalace.com
4. Wine-based treatments at Six Senses.
Where? Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas first resort in Europe, in Douro Valley, Portugal.
Tell me about it? The new relaxation space offers 10 signature treatments inspired by locally-made wine using grape-based products from the surrounding area.
There’s also a steam room, sauna and swimming pool with water jets.
A visiting practitioner offers Yogic Detox and Yogic Sleep sessions too.
The resort? It’s decked out in 19th century architecture, covers 22 acres and offer 57 guest rooms.
Chef Paulo Matos heads up the culinary team and combines a passion for local flavours served in small-plate style.
Cost? Prices have yet to be announced. Opens on July 15.
Go to sixsenses.com .