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Whether it is due to the perils of a long commute, the consistent staring into computer screens, or because of the exhaustion that comes from catering to growing family demands, two things are for certain – one, your body is sore, and the other, time is a precious commodity. Coming to your rescue read more...
By Rama Ahuja
Spread over 26 acres on serene Om Beach in Gokarna, Karnataka, SwaSwara (literally, ‘inner voice’ in Kannada) takes you on a journey of rediscovery and guides you to the healthier way of life that it offers. The property has 24 simple yet modern villas inspired by the local craft and traditions of read more...
By Team ASI
Today, when a majority of our waking hours is spent working or commuting to and from work, and then meeting the demands of the households we run, sedentary is convenient. In fact, it’s expected. And it goes hand in hand with overeating, illness, weight issues, body image trouble, stress-induced read more...
By Parvati M. Krishnan
Ingredients: • 2 cups strong bread flour • 2/3 cup unsalted butter, chilled and cubed • 1/2 cup lukewarm milk • 45 gms sugar • 25 gms active dry yeast • 1 tsp salt • 10 gms matcha tea powder • Egg wash: mix of egg and milk   Preparation: • Mix yeast, sugar and milk. Let the mixture rest in a warm read more...
By Chef Sahil Sabhlok
I feel a surge of wellness when I am able to concentrate Being aware of the present is wellness for me. But to reach there is a quite a task, given the number of distractions we have on any given day. I meditate, and that sets the tone for my day. I tend to lose myself, go down the rabbit hole and read more...
By Parvati M. Krishnan
Conjuring up images of safaris and the Big Five, this rugged country is increasingly focusing on wellness tourism. In fact, according to the Global Trends Report of 2016, safari holidays in South Africa are also incorporating elements of wellness such as yoga, spa therapies and meditation. Several read more...
By HARINI SRIRAM
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is a health concern that has become very common – it affects one in 10 women of childbearing age. The exact cause is unknown, but rapidly changing lifestyles in this age of technology, improper food habits and stressful life are to blame. PCOS is not a disease. It read more...
By Dr. Mukta Kapila
As she walks into the sprawling INCH by INCH – The Body Temple clubhouse that boasts a gym, a pool, Thai Privilege Spa, Sirocco Café, Ki & Ka Salon, and much more, the charismatic Gauahar Khan eyes the massive swimming pool longingly. The scorching heat has everyone fantasising about some read more...
By Rama Ahuja
Magic lies in the eyes of the beholder,” the child in me yells out in affirmation every now and again. Such was the case of the entirety of my childhood – the only thing I was inherently capable of was in believing that I could see it. I was an introvert as a child, and all through my teenage years read more...
By Vaiishnavi Ramesh
Ingredients • 150 gms chicken breasts • 2–3 oranges • 5 gms chopped garlic • 5 gms chopped celery • 3 gms fresh thyme • 3 gms chopped parsley • 50 gms tangerine powder • 5 gms brown sugar • 100 mls orange juice • 1 tbsp olive oil • Salt and pepper to taste Preparation • Marinate chicken breasts read more...
By Chef Dipak Adhikary