The Catskills property that once hosted the borscht belt classic Kutsher’s resort will soon reopen with YO1 Wellness Center. Fronting Bailey Lake, the 131-room resort will offer Ayurvedic therapy based on traditional Indian healing, eight yoga rooms, 36 therapy rooms and a 213-seat theater.
NYTimes.com | Friday June 1, 2018
According to Ayurveda, there are seven body tissues—rasa, rakta, mamsa, meda, asti, majja, andsukra," explain YO1's Luxury Nature Cure naturopathic counselors. "Since the warmed and medicated oil is meant to reach the deep-tissue level, Ayurveda sages found that to cross each level of tissue, it requires 300 secs. Based on this calculation, they have created these positions for continuous friction on the body.
Byrdie.com | Thursday June 28, 2018
The bright new YO1 Wellness Center is an immaculate (and pricey) hotel, spa and holistic healing center. Here, you can enjoy meditation, ayurvedic massage, or maybe a juice cleanse. Therapies, yoga classes and food are included in the cost of a stay, which starts at $1,200 a night.
NYPost.com | Friday July 20, 2018
YO1 Luxury Nature Cure (Monticello, NY), a 1,310-acre new luxury wellness destination recently opened and offers individualized wellness programs designed to detox, revitalize, and educate guests on holistic health and wellbeing through the ancient Indian therapies of Ayurveda, naturopathy, and yoga.
AmericanSpa.com | Tuesday July 31, 2018
YO1 Luxury Nature Cure, a new $300 million property with 131 guest rooms that opened in June on the grounds of the defunct Kutsher’s Resort in Monticello, New York, in the Catskills. Programs and services include yoga and aryuvedic massage.
APNews.com | Thursday August 09, 2018
Travelers seeking rejuvenation from the inside out may want to consider YO1 Luxury Nature Cure, a 1,310-acre resort in the Catskills town of Monticello, N.Y., where each guest gets a customized wellness program based on naturopathy, Ayurveda and yoga. A stay includes consultations with a team of Ayurvedic practitioners, yoga instructors and physiotherapists, all meals and classes and daily spa treatments. Bookings start at $900 per person per night.
NYTimes.com | Monday August 13, 2018