I’ve been very vocal about my various health issues over the years, ranging from digestive troubles, to hair loss, to skin redness and anxiety. I feel incredibly lucky that I’ve had the opportunity to try a number of different treatments, through my blog, that I wouldn’t have otherwise heard of, in a bid to find the best solutions for this issues – and report my honest findings back to you guys.
I’ve had hypnotherapy, I’ve had consultations with expert dermatologists in London, I’ve had massage therapy (quite literally a talking therapy session while you’re having a massage, which was interesting to say the least), I’ve had laser treatments, I’ve had allergy tests. I’ve been on yoga retreats. Tried sound healing. And the things I haven’t always expected to help, have helped.
The living room in our new house is more of a ‘formal’ living room, as we have an open plan kitchen/diner/living space at the back of the house where our old sofa now resides.
So we practically started from scratch in this room – we had no furniture for it whatsoever – just four rather sad and blank looking walls to work with.
Since I posted about my experience at kaliyoga last year, I’ve had an influx of intrigued messages regarding what a ‘yoga retreat’ consists of…
Do you have to go with someone else?
Do you have to be a super fit, flexible and twice-weekly class yogi?
Will I get hungry?
Or will I have to sneak in food?
As glamorous as it often looks on Instagram, travel isn’t solely defined by the activity of dutifully ticking desired destinations off our bucket lists.
You have your stay-cations, where you explore cities in your own home country and see more of your immediate surroundings.
And you also have your obli-cations. Those real travel experiences, centred around obliged travel – such as weddings, christenings, family get-togethers and seeing your football team’s away game.