More than just a warm room, there’s nothing quite like the experience of a sauna. The crackling stoIt’s an ancient experience too. A form of sauna was used by the Mayans of Central America as far back as 3,000 years ago. Finnish for ‘bath house’, the sauna - as we know it today - was invented a thousand years later.
Sometimes, it can feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day. And not to work either - but simply just to be.
It’s no secret that regular exercise improves both physical and psychological wellbeing, reducing the risk of diabetes, heart disease and mental illness.
When you hear the word self-care, what do you think of? Eating a diet full of nutritious, healthy food or time out from your day to meditate or exercise?
In this digital age, achieving the perfect work-life balance is easier said than done. Thanks to the advances of modern technology, we’re constantly on the go and plugged in 24/7.