For many of us, travel is in our blood. Here’s how to stay in the industry you love
by Sponsored by In This Life Wellness Travel
The travel industry is facing the most challenging time in its history, but those who can pivot into a niche sector such as wellness are likely to prosper, according to this company.
Here’s how you can become a wellness travel expert
Is your definition of ‘wellness’ eating an apple a day to keep the doctor away? Well, it’s best you give this a read.
“Hygiene is the baseline now”: Soneva’s founder and CEO talks recovery, sustainability and wellness travel
by Huntley Mitchell
We caught up with Sonu Shivdasani to find out how the luxe resort chain is picking up the pieces from COVID-19 and putting them back together.
Become a wellness travel advisor and win a luxe trip to Thailand
Once this thing is over, we’re all going to need a trip to a luxury resort. Score yourself a spot on this famil and you won’t have to settle for a bottle of cheap champagne in the bath.
Treat yourself: A&K launches new wellness-inspired trips
We’re practising wellness today by spending half an hour meditating at our desks. Naps count as meditation, right?
Research: Aussie travellers prioritising self-care and self-improvement trips
We’re practising self-care by making an avocado face mask and meditating for an hour. Just kidding, we’re going to eat guacamole and sip margaritas at knock-offs.
The wellness travel trends you need to know for 2019
Our wellness regime consists of half-an-hour of meditation and a special bean juice that gives us energy. And by meditation, we mean nap… also the bean juice is coffee.
25 reasons Korea is leading the wellness tourism trend
We frequently indulge in wellness retreats, although for us that just means eating mac-n-cheese in a hammock in our yard.
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