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See inside Larry Ellison’s Hawaiian island wellness retreat, a $1,200-per-night luxury spa where guests track their health data and learn how to live longer lives

Sensei Lanai Hawaii Sensei Retreats in Lanai, Hawaii.

Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison owns an ultra-luxury wellness retreat in Lanai, Hawaii. Called Sensei Retreat, the spa consumes data to track and improve guests' nutrition, sleep, and fitness. The spa partnered with fitness-tracking firm Whoop to offer a brand-new $1,185 -per-night wellness program. Visit the Business section of Insider for more narrations.

On the island of Lanai, Hawaii, nine miles off the coast of Maui, sits an ultra-luxe retreat, the brainchild of Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison.

Known as Sensei Retreat, it's a wellness spa driving in data located at Four Seasons resort Sensei Lanai. This month, Sensei launched a new partnership with fitness-tracking company Whoop to help track health metrics and work with clients to keep tabs on their long-term wellness.

Sensei CEO Kevin Kelly said in a statement about the programme that the goal of Sensei is to help people "live longer, healthier lives" by improving sleep, action, and nutrition. Sensei is guided by health science, data, and research, the company says.

While Ellison previously lived in the Bay Area, the resort is now in his backyard: Ellison disclosed late last year that he had moved to Lanai amid the coronavirus pandemic. He plans to use "the power of Zoom to work" from the island, he wrote in an email to Oracle works, who had been asking about Ellison's schemes in the wake of Oracle moving its headquarters to Austin, Texas.

Lanai, which is home to about 3,200 tenants, is the smallest inhabited island in Hawaii and is home to serene beaches, rugged terrain, high-end recourses, and Ellison's sustainability passions, which he's executing through a development company called Pulama Lanai.

Take a look inside Ellison's eco-friendly, data-powered resort.

In 2012, Ellison bought 98% of small island developing of Lanai for an estimated $ 300 million.

Lanai Hawaii Lanai, Hawaii.

Since then, he's worked to do Lanai a tourist end, including buy budget airline Island Air to ferry passengers from Oahu to Lanai.( He has since sold a controlling interest in the airline ).

Ellison is also hoping to turn Lanai into a wellness utopia. He propelled Sensei, which has two main projects: a hydroponic raise powered by Tesla solar panels, and the indulgence spa. Sensei's goal is to use data to help people lead healthier and longer lives.

Sensei built two 20,000 -square-foot hydroponic greenhouses, known as Sensei Farms. The greenhouses are powered by 1,600 Tesla solar panels( Ellison sits on Tesla's board) and the heirloom tomatoes and cucumbers growing at Sensei Farms are used at Sensei Retreat's in-house Nobu eatery.

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The recourse was working in the central part of the island, known as Lanai City. Client who trip Sensei Retreat are offered a customizable know-how: They adjust physical and mental aims for their stay and the spa tracks their sleep, nutrition, and blood flood.

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The new partnership with Whoop, called the Optimal Wellbeing Program, is a data-driven program that allows guests to track their metrics exercising a customized, Sensei version of Whoop's fitness ensembles.

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Source: Sensei

Before clients arrive, they'll go through an orientation and build an itinerary for their stay. The charge includes discussions with a specialist known as a Sensei Guide, who will help guests specified wellness destinations.

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Once they arrive, guests will knowledge a "thermal body mapping" experience or 120 -minute massage, a blood biomarker evaluation, and private conferences to help improve movement, nutrition, and mindfulness.

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There are also free yoga and musing categories as part of the program, and patrons will get a $ 500 credit that can be used for various activities, including spa cares or the Lanai Adventure Park, an Ellison-owned ropes and zipline park located throughout a former golf course.

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Source: Sensei, Lanai Adventure Park

The planned, which mandates a minimum stand of five working lights, expenses between $1,185 and $1,715 per nighttime.

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