Tag: Health

The flow of light into our bodies has always been known to rejuvenate and heal. Whether it’s a well-lit room or exposure to morning sunlight, there is something very positive and energising about light. Probably that’s why heliotherapy was developed. Heliotherapy or light therapy (also known as read more...
By Sanjana Barua
Wellness seekers headed to Ananda in the Himalayas can now also benefit from the newly introduced physiotherapy sessions. Adding to the range of facilities that the destination spa offers, the physiotherapy sessions only come as a bonus. A new team of experienced physiotherapists has joined the read more...
By Rashima Nagpal
Let’s not insult your intelligence by regurgitating the same old shocking statistics about how bad cigarettes are for you. You already know this. Instead, I’m going to share seven steps that help thousands of my clients to stop smoking, and which also assisted me in quitting over 12 years ago. read more...
By Nick Terrone
I‘ve often heard stories of people who followed a diet plan, but dropped it midway through, and all the weight they had lost, piled back on. The result: they are not motivated enough to start all over again. Losing weight is definitely easier than keeping the pounds at bay, and those who have been read more...
By Ishi Khosla
My experience with yoga is a story of inner transformation. I was born with low immunity and my body invited diseases often. After three years of my constantly falling ill, my mother introduced me to yoga. She would send me – a three-year-old – to a yoga school along with regular school. Thanks to read more...
By Varuna Shunglu
  1. TRAPEZE CLASS Pit yourself against gravity and feel like a bird as you swing in the air – just like in those circus shows you watched as a kid! The technique uses modified circus equipment to tone the upper body and core muscles. Just have a little faith in your fellow aerialist and you will read more...
By Parvati M. Krishnan
  Ironical as it may sound, I was a very intelligent student who didn’t manage to get exceptional grades at school. But I always wanted to study psychology, so I applied for the course at several colleges as an extra-curricular activities student. The move helped me study the subject I love, and read more...
By Yamini Joshi
  The idea that fitness requires one to let go of all sense of enjoyment, and that one who enjoys life has to gracefully accept the gravitas that comes with it – especially around the waistline – is completely ridiculous. Sure, you may not look hard-chiselled, but fitness is more that just an read more...
By Magandeep Singh
  Think of a spa and you picture dimly lit rooms, soothing fragrances, scented candles, fresh flowers and a massage bed on which you will be treated to an invigorating and relaxing treatments. But what if your visit to a spa could not only make you feel better, but get better too? That’s exactly read more...
By Charu Sharma
  The glorification of busyness that is tightly woven in the fabric of modern society comes at a price. We enter a job with enthusiasm, pulling ten hours of work a day, compromising on sleep, a healthy diet, exercise and even quality time spent with our loved ones. Sure, at first, it seems like read more...
By Prachi Gangwani