Now, more than ever, we need to invest in our health and wellbeing. Wellness travel is not new, but it has developed a long way since a spartan regime at a health farm. It is a lot more than staying in a hotel with a gym and a spa. The Wellness Tourism Assocation defines Wellnss Travel as allowing “the traveller to maintain, enhance, or embrace a healthy lifestyle and to support or increase one’s sense of wellbeing.”
When we talk about wellness travel now, we are looking at a programme which will cover a number of Wellness pillars, such as physical, nutritional, emotional and social. Wellness travel adopts a holistic approach, incorporating a number of sifferent features and benefits into the stay rather than focusing on indidual treatments or experiences.
Nature plays an important role in a Wellness journey, even if you are staying in an Urban spa. The aim is to return from your Wellness holiday not just in better condition than when you arrived, but to know what you need to do to continue to enjoy the benefits on your return.
There is a vast range of wellness holidays to suit every taste and every budget, from the weekend break closer to home to a week long mountain retreat in Colorado, from restful meditation and yoga in Bali to a strenous fitness camp in Slovenia.
I can help you establish your wellness goals and then advise you on the best resorts and wellness destinations to help you achieve those goals.
Easch region has its own distinct specialisations and processes. Bali, Thailand the Far East might focus on massage and spirituality while Scandinavia is more about Saunas and ice baths.
We do not forget that you are on holiday so you should also enjoy the experience while you are away