The secret to wellbeing: spend time in nature, learn to breathe properly and bring the right natural products into your life!
Spending time outdoors with nature can have lots of positive health benefits on your overall health and there’s a desperate need for more of us to spend quality time with our families exercising our lungs in clean fresh air.
Choosing one of our holidays is a starting point along the road to a healthier, happier lifestyle. Learning how to bring that into your daily life is the next step and we’d hope to inspire you.
This page features the best naturally inspired products and teachings that we’ve discover on our travels.
And Breathe: The complete guide to conscious breathing – the key to health, wellbeing and happiness.
Author: Rebecca Dennis.
Rebecca Dennis, studied cutting edge breath technique Transformational Breath with founder Judith Kravitz in Mexico and Miami and has worked with other influential trainers in Italy and the UK. Featured on BBC Radio, Tatler, Elle, Red Magazine, The Times, The Telegraph and Psychologies.
Do Breathe: Calm Your Mind. Find Focus. Get Stuff Done. (Do Books)
Author: Michael Townsend Williams
The founder of the iPhone app, Breathe Sync, that brings your breathing into sync with your heart to reduce stress and improve focus.
‘Do Breathe: Calm your mind. Find focus. Get stuff done.’ is Michael’s first book.
Get instant access to talks, courses and support, giving you the ability to use the Mindfulness tools you need 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Former Buddhist monk, Karuna Priya is an interfaith chaplain at Imperial College and has worked with partners such as the Save the Children and the Soho House.
Dionne Cush, an Environmental Science student at Richmond Vale Academy in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, described the Moringa plant as “a miracle tree.” The plant grown here and across Africa is used in the treatment and prevention of ailments such as cancers, ulcers and arthritis and common Influenza.We swear by a daily dose on cereal or salads.
Kings Funds Report on Gardens and Health
The National Gardens Scheme a UK based charity commissioned The King’s Fund to write an independent report on the benefits of gardens and gardening on health. It is an excellent validation of the links between green spaces and health and it promises to make the case for the integration of gardens and health into mainstream health policy and practice. Read it here