The Telegraph UK’s Alice Barraclough quotes Audre Lorde: “I have come to believe that caring for myself is not self-indulgent. Caring for myself is an act of survival”. She is in Sri Lanka to experience the full ‘survival’ regime at the Spring Awakening Signature Retreat at Sen Wellness Sanctuary on the south coast.
Oily fish is good for the brain, and yoga is good for mind and body. Put the two together you have—Sri Lanka, where healthy eating and natural healing have been the cornerstones of life for millennia.
Yoga, the fitness regime for mind and body, is booming in the West—and Sri Lanka, with its magic, mystery, and traditional wellness treatments, is a perfect place to practice.
Two amazing blog stories reveal a young Swedish couple who have made a life of surfing and yoga at Ahangama, a Buddhist beach village on the south coast of Sri Lanka about 25 km from Galle.
Sri Lanka and yoga go together, so no surprise that there’s a lot of choice when it comes to finding the perfect combination of rest, relaxation, mind-and-body-toning and nirvana.
The Guardian UK reports in glowing terms on the Ulpotha yoga retreat in Sri Lanka, The Telegraph Luxury Travel section hails “Sri Lanka’s return to peace and splendour”, The Australian spins its wheels with an account of an island-wide cycle tour, and more.