Based on a system of energies called doshas, Ayurveda says that just as no two people are alike, based on no two treatments for health are alike either.
Like any art form—preparation and thought go into a well-packed bag. Did I remember everything? Is the suitcase too heavy? How can I maximize space?
In this issue, we ask wellness travel experts, contributors, and partners about their top apps for wellness, mindfulness, or fitness on the road.
Mad Hippie began as a line for surfers who constantly battle sun damaged skin, so they know a thing or two about restoring lost moisture and protecting skin!
I ventured to Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain in Collingwood, Ontario on a cold and blustery winter day. “Shhhh” signs posted at the entrance remind guests to use their spa voices and turn off digital devices. The air smells of eucalyptus, and I glimpsed bathers in clouds of steam on my way in.
There’s some interesting research that suggests that travel and continual learning could slow down the signs of cognitive aging. If trying your hand at flying a plane isn’t quite your thing…how about learning to speak Spanish, or training to be a ski instructor, or yoga teacher?
In this issue, we ask wellness travel experts, contributors, and partners about the very first thing they do upon entering their hotel room.
What makes Homeopathy special? In Homeopathy, “you are treated for you.” Your physical symptoms, the emotional effect your symptoms have on you and your mental outlook are all taken into consideration in my practice.
If you’re a health-conscious eater, you’re likely getting regular doses of probiotics from foods like yogurt, kefir or kimchi. For years, probiotics have been touted for their role in improving general gut health.
As the world prepares for the UN-declared International Year of Sustainable Tourism in 2017, what can we as travelers do to contribute to global goals on sustainability while planning our wellness travel adventures abroad?