Korn Sriwan

Wellness, Meditation & Spiritual on the Mekong Experiences Specialist, Spa Manager, Consultant, Trainer & Recruitment

Korn originally studied and worked in Business Public Relations at The Nation Multimedia Group Public co., Ltd. in Bangkok, Thailand from which she gained her degree. In 2005 she moved to London. This was where she realized the power of Wellness & Holistic therapy as opposed to the superficiality & harsh chemicals of Western beauty treatments.

As developed her skills, she learned to appreciate the differences of the Western therapies she was learning, from the Eastern practices of her culture that she had originally schooled in. By combining the best practices of the East and the Western treatments, she was able to impart the benefits of both to her clients & also to her team.

In 2006 the Aman Resort offered her a position as Spa Trainer. This was an amazing opportunity for her, because of Aman’s truly holistic concept that the core of all their treatments. It was here she discovered a holistic ethos could work with beauty therapy where she could truly realize her passion of wellness and holistic profession.   

Korn’s believe in the implicitly is the power of truly Health and Wellbeing concept. Now she is a Wellness, Meditation & Spiritual on the Mekong experiences Specialist for Bounmi Cruise, running Lao spa professionals company and setting up the first truly holistic health center in the city of Luang Prabang Laos.

With over 15 years of training and teaching experience in the art of meditation. Born in Thailand, Korn has been practicing Vipassana Meditation throughout her life. She is certified by London Meditation UK in the fields of Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Awareness Coaching Foundation Training (ACFT). She is also a member of the London Vedic Meditation Centre, Soto Zen Buddhist Meditation, the British Meditation Society, and London Insight Meditation (Vipassana). Bringing awareness of Eastern spiritual teaching to Western students has been the focus of her career and she brings with her a wealth of knowledge and passion to help others perceive the benefits that can be achieved for both the body and mind through mindfulness meditation practices.