Six Senses Zighy Bay appoints new director of wellbeing

Six Senses Zighy Bay appoints new director of wellbeing

Sofija Misljenovic brings more than 15 years’ experience working in five-star resort spas 

Six Senses Zighy Bay, has appointed a new director of wellbeing to oversee the holistic wellness offerings at the eco-friendly resort nestled in Oman’s dramatic Musandam Peninsula. 

Prior to her current role, Sofija Misljenovic worked in the Maldives, the Seychelles, Jordan and Abu Dhabi.

From developing new spa brands and having a key role in world-class resorts’ pre-opening teams, to completing several qualifications in beauty, massage and alternative therapies fields, Misljenovic understands the guest experience from start to finish.


Misljenovic will oversee operations at the Six Senses Spa, which offers local healing traditions and smart diagnostic technology. The offering also includes a hammam and skin-purifying treatments, alongside a traditional gym, an outdoor yoga pavilion and a ‘jungle’ gym. 

Sofija will also oversee the resort’s fitness classes, personalised lifestyle assessments, full-day wellness programmes, and breathwork and meditation sessions, as well as managing the extensive calendar visiting experts, doctors and practitioners.

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Commenting on her new role, Misljenovic said: “To be appointed wellness director at Six Senses Zighy Bay feels like the pinnacle of my career. The Six Senses brand is renowned globally specifically for its incredible health-focused offerings, and Six Senses Zighy Bay is a wellness destination in its own right, a true refuge for the mind and body thanks to its spectacular location and the vast selection of activities on offer.”

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