- Mentor billionaire Larry Ellison owns an ultra-luxury wellness retreat in Lanai, Hawaii.
- Called Sensei Retreat, the spa capitalize ons data to track and improve guests’ nutrition, sleep, and fitness.
- The spa partnered with fitness-tracking firm Whoop to forth a new $1,185-per-night wellness program.
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On the island of Lanai, Hawaii, nine miles off the sail of Maui, sits an ultra-luxe retreat, the brainchild of Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison.
Known as Sensei Retreat, it’s a wellness spa thrust by data located at Four Seasons resort Sensei Lanai. This month, Sensei unveiled a new partnership with fitness-tracking companions Whoop to help track health metrics and work with guests to keep tabs on their long-term wellness.
Sensei CEO Kevin Kelly said in a proclamation about the program that the goal of Sensei is to help people “live longer, healthier lives” by improving drop, movement, and nutrition. Sensei is guided by health science, data, and research, the company says.
While Ellison in the past lived in the Bay Area, the resort is now in his backyard: Ellison revealed late last year that he had moved to Lanai surrounded by the coronavirus pandemic. He plans to use “the power of Zoom to work” from the island, he wrote in an email to Oracle employees, who had been appeal to about Ellison’s plans in the wake of Oracle moving its headquarters to Austin, Texas.
Lanai, which is home to alongside 3,200 residents, is the smallest inhabited island in Hawaii and is home to serene beaches, rugged terrain, high-end reserves, and Ellison’s sustainability ambitions, which he’s executing through a development company called Pulama Lanai.
Take a look innards everted Ellison’s eco-friendly, data-powered resort.