• The Best Fitness Workouts to Suit Your Body Type

    The Best Fitness Workouts to Suit Your Body Type

    To find the best fitness holiday workouts to suit your body type, it is important to know which body type is most applicable to you. The endomorph, mesomorph and ectomorph are the three body types or ‘somatotypes’ that can be used as a basic formula to categorise ourselves in order to best maximise our fitness potential on a wellness holiday. Although, no fitness workout rigidly fits into one body type criteria, don’t be surprised to find overlapping similarities between multiple body types within your own body.

  • The Fundamentals of Functional Training

    The Fundamentals of Functional Training

    Shining the spotlight on functional training, Daniel Blanco Galindo personal trainer at Marbella Club in Spain, shares the benefits of adapting our fitness schedule to our lifestyle needs.

  • The Health Benefits of Nutritional Vitamins & Supplements

    David MantleDr David Mantle

    Dr Mantle is a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists, with a background in hospital pathology. He has an interest in the role of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of disease, and is medical advisor to the nutritional supplement company Pharma Nord.


  • The Relationship Between the Gut and Mental Health


    Are you aware of the connection that your brain and gut share? What about the pivotal impact it has on your mental and physical wellbeing? Many people aren’t, and they’re often surprised to learn just how crucial the relationship these organs have is to their lives and to how they feel. Understandably, they're often equally amazed to find out just how much they can benefit by focusing more attention on this area.  

  • The Ultimate Guide to Wellness at Work

    The Ultimate Guide to Wellness at Work

    Many of us tend to overlook the fact that the average person will spend around a third of their life at work or in the office. So, being able to recognise how we can take care of ourselves before we leave for work and during our day is very important when keeping us healthy and on top of our game in the workplace. Here we will look at some practical ways that you can incorporate wellness into your daily routine from some key health aspects, which will help keep your mind and body healthy for years to come! 

  • Top health and fitness travel tips from SWEAT Trainer Chontel Duncan

    Chontel Duncan

    I love to travel and explore new places. It’s a rewarding experience and an opportunity to generate new memories with friends and family. However, the excitement of travel is often accompanied by a level of uncertainty when our daily routine is inevitably interrupted.

  • Top Tips for Family Wellness

    Staying healthy with a family of kids running around can sometimes seem like an impossible challenge, but it doesn’t have to, learn exactly why with our top tips for family wellness. 

  • Top Tips to Improve Your Sleep

    Steve Halsall

    by Steve Halsall

    A Celebrity Personal Trainer

    The Holy Trinity of energy (good sleep, food and attitude) is underpinned by the one thing we all love most; that being a good night's sleep. Good sleep is something every human being deserves, no matter what age you are, and having a good night's sleep allows for better decision making in all areas throughout the following day. Getting your head down and sleeping well is one of the most important things in anyone's life.

  • Virginia Harper (SHA Wellness Clinic)


  • What to Pack for a Cycling Holiday

    Man parking bike to look at the sea



    Going on acycling holiday can bring out tonnes of excitement, and whether you’re cyclingon an island in Thailand or along thegolden beaches of Mykonos, adventure and fitness are imminent. Cycling holidays are as intense as they are rewarding, offering a healthy challenge that will push you to your limits! We’ve all been in this situation before - you go to get something out of your backpack only to realize you’ve never packed it in the first place! We’re celebratingNational Bike Week this June by putting together a list of all of the essentials you need to make your cycling holiday one you’ll never forget!  

  • Wholefoods Chef and Holistic Nutritionist Lee Holmes

    Lee HolmesLee Holmes

    Lee Holmes is a holistic nutritionist, yoga teacher, wholefoods chef and author of the bestselling Supercharged Food: Eat Your Way to Health, Supercharged Food: Eat Yourself Beautiful and Eat Clean, Green and Vegetarian. She is a columnist with Wellbeing Magazine and her articles have appeared in leading Australian newspapers and journals, as well as The Times and The Daily Express in the UK and The Huffington Post in the US. Lee’s blog won the overall award at the Bupa Health Influencer Awards in 2014 as well as the best blog in the Healthy Eating Category.


  • Why An Alkaline Diet Is So Good For Your Health

    Natasha Corrett - Honestly HealthyNatasha Corrett

    Natasha Corrett is a self-taught gourmet vegetarian chef and founder of Honestly Healthy¸ a leading alkaline-based food company which offers cleanses, cooking classes, food deliveries and tips for living a healthy lifestyle. The co-author of two best-selling cookbooks, Natasha’s passion began at the age of 16 when she spent the summer holidays with her father in the kitchens of Le Boudin Blanc, France. Having introduced the concept of “alkaline eating” to the UK, she now has a large celebrity following.


  • Why Apple Cider Vinegar Is Good for You

    Why Apple Cider Vinegar Is Good for You


    With so many celebs raving about its miraculous properties, apple cider vinegar has become the latest health miracle that everyone’s talking about. This healthy concoction has been proven to cause amazing health benefits both inside and out. Unlike most fad diets, apple cider vinegar is here to stay so make sure you opt for the organic and unfiltered bottle to fully benefit from its powers and be sure to always dilute it in water so it’s not too acidic. An alternative therapy for skin conditions, hair health and  weight-loss, this powerful home remedy can be used for almost anything. Keep on scrolling to discover all you need to know about incorporating this magical health potion into your life.

  • Why Going on Holiday Matters for Your Mental Health

    Nutrition, meditation, and exercise are all very effective methods of sustaining a healthy mindset, but it doesn’t work for everyone. Some can’t stay quiet long enough to meditate, others eat relatively healthy but still suffer symptoms. The diversity of the human race is our virtue, and sometimes this virtue calls for us to individualise our approach to health.

  • Why Summer is the Ideal Time to Take Up Running

    Group of people running on the beach

    Summer (and in particular the sunshine filled days of summer) make for a great time to get into running and if you aren’t yet convinced here are a few reasons why from Jessica Lambert...

  • Wissam Awad; The Benefits of Hypnotherapy and Regression Therapy

    Wissam Awad


    Wissam Awad

    Wissam Awad is a Hypnotherapist specialising in Regression Therapy and Inner Child Healing. He is a trainer at the Regression Academy, responsible for the training programs in Romania and India and works alongside Andy Tomlinson, a world renowned pioneer and authority on Regression Therapy. Wissam is passionate about working with clients to liberate themselves from restricting emotional and behavioural patterns so that they can move forward in a joyful and empowered way. He also integrates body therapy with trance work in his sessions, which has a powerful effect on clearing unresolved 'body memories'. Wissam has worked in Switzerland and Thailand and now has a private practice in London.


  • Yoga Boosts Our Brain Power

    Angie Newson

    by Angie Newson

    A Yoga and Pilates Expert

    We all know Suduko and crosswords can help boost our brain power, improving our focus and memory and enhancing our concentration, but did you know practising yoga for just 20 minutes a  day can do wonders for our brain too? A recent study in the Journal of Physical Activity and Health showed that 20 minutes of being on the mat can in fact be better for our brains than jogging like crazy on a treadmill for 20 minutes. In cognitive tests, those who did yoga for this period performed faster and more correctly than the sweaty bunch. 

  • Yoga Uncovered - Hristina Conner


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