• Maintaining Your Health and Fitness On The Road

    Travel often means waking up in a new destination every day, with a rainbow of culinary delights on offer along the way. But being on the road doesn’t mean you need to give up your healthy lifestyle.

  • The Best Health Retreats to Book Now

    The Best Health Retreats to Book Now



    Looking to indulge in a well-deservedhealthy break? Treat yourself to a tailor-made health retreat which gives your body and mind the attention it deserves. Whether it’s a medically focused break you’re interested in or a weight loss, sleep enhancement or anti-aging programme, we’ve put together our top recommendations to help you discover your perfect health retreat. Keep reading to discover some of the best health retreats to book now to help you along your healthy journey towards new vitality! 

  • 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.  

  • Warm Fennel Salad by Kamalaya

    Warm Fennel Salad

    Kamalaya’s warm fennel salad is the perfect light lunch on a warm Summer’s day. The aromatic herb itself lets off a mild liquorice flavour which is tamed by the sweetness of the coconut water, papaya, mint, and refreshing tang from the lime juice. Reap the health benefits from fennel with its high fibre, potassium and vitamin C and B-6 content which will leave you feeling fuller for longer.

  • Wellness Holiday Trip Ideas for Solo Travelers in 2021

    Wellness Holiday Trip Ideas for Solo Travelers in 2021

    While the nation continues to fight for a sense of normality in the global pandemic, one thing has been made very clear, our personal health and well-being has never been more important. With a New Year comes new opportunities, so why not find yourself a rejuvenating singles holiday for 2021, to help revive your mind, body and soul in the wake of such chaos. Whether it’s a well-earned escape from quarantine in the serenity of the Italian Alps, a wellness singles holiday to Thailand to lose the lockdown pounds, or a quick solo retreat escape to the tranquil Yorkshire countryside to find your independence again, why not give your body the freedom and wellness that it deserves on a singles holiday.

  • Wellness Travel Trends to Watch in 2019

    The global wellness industry is now worth $4.2 trillion with wellness tourism experiencing a 6.5% annual growth; more than double the growth rate for overall tourism. Forecasting the next big trends in wellness travel for 2019, we live up to our reputation as the wellness holiday specialists. From tough and transformative travel, to grief retreats and wellness mumcations, discover the hottest new trends that will influence the wellness travel world in 2019.

  • Why a wellness retreat can improve your sex life

    It’s understood, a life of stress is a life without pleasure. It causes the body to reprioritise what’s important, such as blood flow and heart rate, which can lead to a decrease in libido—a state of being that feeds into the cycle of anxiety. Thankfully, that can be reversed! Known to produce a sensation of tranquility, a feeling of intimacy, and a joyous mood, intercourse is vital to a holistic life. The first step to a well-rounded life is to give yourself the chance to relax and rejuvenate by taking a much-needed vaycay to de-stress on holiday. Our retreats located around the world have programs focused on helping you do just that by offering reinvigorating treatments to re-centre you and your partner’s relationship.

  • Why is Tennis Good for your Health: Top 5 Benefits

    Why is Tennis Good for your Health


    With Wimbledon approaching once again there’s never been a better time to get into tennis. But instead of simply sipping Pimm’s and eating strawberries and cream whist you watch the pros hard at work, this summer why not pick up a racket and hit the court?  It’s easy, fun and offers a whole range of health benefits. So whether you are looking to perfect your serve on a dedicated tennis holiday or simply work up a sweat on your local courts, we’ve listed our top 5 reasons why tennis is so good for your health.

  • 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. 

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