Ayurvedic Massage is based on ancient Indian principles of Ayurveda and pressure points, designed to heal the body and create a balance between mind, body, and spirit.
Ayurveda, it’s mystic and foreign, riddled with treatments and services the novice massage seeker may not be familiar with. With that being said, Judy Chapman, one of our contributing writers, chimes in on her experience at a Bali retreat. Learn the ins and outs of this through Judy’s experience and find out if this practice can benefit you.
Shrankhla Holecek’s Aunt Uma is the inspiration behind this new line of oils derived from ancient ayurvedic principles.
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Explore the different types of Eastern and Western massage to decide which one suits your kneads (we couldn’t resist the pun!).
Besides being great for your health, these teas are simple to make and require no juicers or blenders!
This ancient Traditional Chinese Medicine practice may sound scary to some but in fact what seems painful actually is great for alleviating pain.
Each year before issuing the New Year’s top 10, we review last year’s trends and assign ourselves a grade using the familiar A = Excellent to F = Failure grading system.
One simple step you can take toward a healthier you is eating with the seasons and since last week kicked off the beginning of spring, the time is now!
Described as a deep massage on the mind, shirodhara relaxes the nervous system, calms imbalances in the mind and disturbances in emotions.
Eating with the seasons is not only practical, but it’s also good for our wellbeing. Start eating seasonally now with these five winter foods!
On the west bank of the Chao Phraya, the major Thai river running through Bangkok and emptying into the Gulf of Thailand, lies the famed Peninsula Bangkok. This distinctive hotel and three-story ESPA location cinched the title of Best in Asia and Best in Thailand during our 2011 Readers’ Choice Awards. Take a sneak peek inside to find out why!
When we saw Travel + Leisure’s list of America’s Best Cities for Hipsters, we couldn’t help but think of the spas in these cities. So we took its top three, plus New York City and Los Angeles, two spa metropolises, and uncovered the best spas for hipsters.
Embracing the Ayurvedic concept as a whole, Nita Lake Lodge recently unveiled its “A Taste of Ayurveda” spa and dining package (on trend, we must say!), which we had a chance to check out this winter during ski season.