After 10 years of living all around the globe with celiac disease, Jodi Ettenberg has become an expert on how to eat as safely as possible in any corner of the world.
There are several offerings on the market — from one-day retreats in Malibu to three-week breaks in India — and choosing the right one can feel overwhelming. But we’ve got your back.
You’ve done your research, put down your deposit and now you’re contemplating what to pack for your upcoming wellness retreat.... View Article
One of the most challenging things about feeling healthy while traveling can be the actual travel experience itself. Luckily, though, airports throughout the US and abroad are starting to make it easier for us to have a healthy travel experience.
There’s a reason so many yogis and wellness junkies are flocking to Bali every year - the magical “Island of the Gods” is the perfect place for a retreat or trip that will leave you feeling refreshed and renewed, connected, and inspired.
Believe it or not, even though I don’t drink or gamble and I’m a self-proclaimed wellness enthusiast...I love going to Vegas. I find the energy electrifying, the people-watching off the charts, and being surrounded by the music and lights and entertainment can be really exciting.
Float tanks are opening up all over the world as people start to understand and experience the health benefits, and it’s becoming easier than ever to find a float tank in most major cities. One of the most celebrated benefits of the float tank is getting deep, deep rest -- some say that one hour in the tank is more restful for your body than a full night of sleep!
To make the most of your time with family and friends in faraway places, try these wellness travel tips to help you maintain good travel health and minimize your exposure to ills that can interrupt (or even ruin) your getaway fun:
Air time wreaks havoc on your skin. Anyone who’s traveled for any amount of time on an airplane has probably experienced that dry, tight feeling in the face and hands. That comes from the recycled air, which is low in humidity and tends to suck moisture out of the skin, leaving it dry and cracked and dehydrated. Some people experience worse symptoms, including itching, flaking, and redness. Fortunately, there are things you can do to counteract these effects, so you can arrive at your destination comfortable and looking radiant. Here's how...
Keeping up with our healthy habits may feel more difficult while traveling – you’re out of your routine, you don’t have access to your normal foods, your sleep patterns may be off, etc., etc. Often our immune systems can become compromised, making our intended holiday or vacation time spent nursing a cold instead. Travel healthier with these immune-boosting travel essentials. Pack these 8 items with you on your next trip to keep your energy levels high and your immune system strong...
Ever need a vacation just to recover from your vacation? We know the feeling.
Here are my favorite tips to help you sleep better at a hotel.