New Hong Kong Sanctuary Destination Fivelements Habitat Offers Pathways To Wellness

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Fivelements Habitat, the city’s new 15,000 sq.ft. integrated wellness destination in Causeway Bay, will give Hong Kongers an opportunity to refocus on their physical and mental health through different pathways, including yoga, sacred arts and plant-based dining. Habitat’s highlights include a 55-seat plant-based dining area, private spa treatments rooms and a private steam, a dedicated mediation & tea ceremony space, studio spaces for Moving Art, Heated Detox, Anti-Gravity Yoga and Barre, a wellness-inspired boutique and members’ Concierge service.

With so many services available at Hong Kong’s hottest one-stop eco-lifestyle, health and dining sanctuary, here is an overview guide to make sure you won’t get lost. 

Eco Conscious Ethos

The Bali-born company is guided by traditional philosophies revolving around harmony between spirit, human and nature, and living with positive energy. Fivelements wellness destinations are therefore not only centered on individuals alone, but also respects the community and society, as well as the environment in its sustainable approach. The sanctuary leads a variety of eco-friendly initiatives, including promoting zero-waste mindsets, minimising the use of resources and providing fresh, local, low-carbon plant-based cuisine. 

Sacred Arts Studios

Within the Sacred Arts Studios, Fivelements offers a diverse array of individual and group sessions that are led by yoga, mindfulness, tea, sound and core conditioning specialists. The studio features an impressive multi-media space for soundscaping, movement classes and mindfulness practice. It is also fitted with anti-gravity hammocks available during programmes, heat panels for hot yoga, barres for dance and other creative workshops. 

The Spirit Space

Artist’s Impressions.

Dedicated to tea ceremonies and individual reflection, the Spirit Space offers visitors a place to take a break from city life. Customers can pause their worries and busy schedules by participating in daily “bowl tea” ceremonies, which are shared by Fivelements’s own in-house chajin, the Tea Ceremony Queen of Hong Kong herself Resham Daswani. Other workshops such as ikebana and mindful calligraphy are also available here. 

Wellness Sanctuary

Artist’s Impressions.

At the core of the Wellness Sanctuary is a carefully curated collection of signature treatments and holistic therapies from Fivelements’s Bali retreat. The spa boasts an impressive menu of massages and bodywork therapies, beauty, energy and healing treatments, wellness consultations and private training. The Wellness Team at Fivelements also offer a bespoke Wellness Day, which is a full-day immersive experience catered to a group or an individual’s specific needs.

Sakti Elixir Bar

Plant-based, gluten free, superfood supercharged menu at Fivelements Habitat

An exciting part of Hong Kong’s new one-stop health and wellness destination is its Sakti Elixir Bar, an innovative Epicurean culinary concept starring menus that are designed to nourish, rejuvenate and restore. Not only are they packed full with nutrition, the ingredients are also carefully selected from locally based sustainable farming to minimise environmental impacts. Visitors to the gluten, dairy and egg free Bar can also refresh their minds and bodies with specialty elixirs, smoothies and juices, and indulge in organic teas paired with mouth-watering desserts and all-day nibbles. Read our full review.

Workplace Wellness

Fivelements also provides Workplace Wellness Programmes that are designed to target workplace stress, anxiety, negativity and disengagement. In their corporate wellbeing, the destination’s wellness experts will teach teams holistic strategies to cope with negative stressors and cultivate healthy work relationships and support long-term success. 

Visit and sign up as a member > Fivelements Habitat: Level 13A, Times Square, 1 Matheson Street, Causeway Bay; +852 6803 5081. Open Mon-Fri: 6.30AM to 10.30PM, Weekends & Public Holidays: 7AM to 9.30PM.

Lead animation courtesy of Green Queen, all other images courtesy of Green Queen and Fivelements.


  • Sally Ho

    Sally Ho is Green Queen's former resident writer and lead reporter. Passionate about the environment, social issues and health, she is always looking into the latest climate stories in Hong Kong and beyond. A long-time vegan, she also hopes to promote healthy and plant-based lifestyle choices in Asia. Sally has a background in Politics and International Relations from her studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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