Wellness Tourism

Offbeat Destinations in India to Reboot youself after Lockdown

A peaceful holiday away from the mundane lives we all have been living in the lockdown is what most of us are looking for right now. But as it is most of us, it means all the major tourist destinations are going to be packed with people. And that is definitely not what the lovers of peace want.Right now, we need a place that is quiet so we can refresh ourselves, reboot ourselves and that is where the wellness of our body and mind lies right now. In the last few months, it has been like waking up to the same day with a different date. Our body needs an escape and as things return to normal (a bit). What could be better than spending some time to ourselves in a remote land and let nature heal you?Here is a list of 5 offbeat destinations you can go to reboot your mind, body and soul.

Wellness Retreats like no other in Southeast Asia

All of us, more often than not, are exhausted from the constant race we are running to stand somewhere in this fast-paced world. This race drains our energy and leaves us feeling tired both physically and mentally. Sometimes, all we seek is a break. A break from the continuing toil and wellness tourism provides us with exactly that. Wellness is a holistic approach to the wellbeing of an individual mentally, physically and spiritually.To help you de-stress, South Asian countries are the best place you can visit as along with the regular spas, yoga and ayurvedic centres, they have many ancient forms of wellness treatment.

Top 10 wellness tourism destination of the world

Wellness tourism is the fastest booming industry in the tourism sector. Wellness tourism is not just about travelling to visit places but about cleansing your body and mind. In an effort to get away from the hustle and bustle of the inland city life and implement a sense of mindfulness to daily life. We have talked about various destinations in India that help you rejuvenate and press that reset button. But when it comes to Wellness Tourism destinations of the world, where should you actually visit? Here are the top 10 handpicked destinations of the world that specialises in promoting well being. 

Top 10 Wellness Centers in India you must visit

In this fast-pacing world, we are almost always digitally connected. It is very rare that we find ourselves away from the hustle-bustle of life owing to the modern-day workaholism. The reason why weekend getaways have become common and people are ready to do just anything to get some respite from this mindfulness. As a result, there is a new industry that is growing at an unimaginable pace. The industry is called “Wellness Tourism” as the name suggests it provides you with opportunities to relax, reset and reconnect in your downtime. However, it might be a bit difficult for you to search for the ideal destination for your next getaway. Which is why, we have handpicked these destinations for you to return home relaxed, resetting your mind and ready to reconnect back into your hectic life.

Top 5 Destinations for Meditation Break In India

In today’s time, our lifestyle is way different than it used to be earlier. With the increased penetration of technology into our lives, we have become a lot busier and the exploiting use of technology and modern-day workaholism has consumed our minds to the extent that one or the other distraction always finds a way into our lives. The best-known way of untangling the knots of life is Meditation which not only helps us provide the peace we have been looking for but also gives us stress-free breaks.Most of us try to travel in order to get ourselves a break but are we doing it right. Next time when you plan a well-deserved break consider these destinations to make sure you rejuvenate your body and mind in the best possible way. India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, the science that teaches meditation as a treatment for your mind and soul. Visit these places for the best meditation breaks in India.

Best Ayurvedic Centers in India for a Perfect Break

Ayurveda is a holistic Indian medicine practice which is more than 5,000-years old. It helps find harmony not just using a diet but also a wellness regime. The word ‘Ayurveda’ is derived from two different words ‘Ayu’ and ‘Veda’. Ayu means life and Veda means science. Hence, Ayurveda means ‘science of life’ or ‘science longevity’. It is a system of nature cure that promotes positive health. The best part of Ayurveda is that it cures the person and not the disease. The fast-paced world has separated humans from nature. We have lost the balance and to one way to regain it is to dive into a vast ocean of knowledge of Vedas or just lay down and let professional therapists heal your chakras with their magical hands. We are so occupied in our work and lives that the former seems a distant dream while the latter is quite feasible. Our work and increased penetration of technology into our lives have deteriorated our mental and emotional state. And as they say, “Health is Wealth”, it is time that we start practising this ancient science for a healthier body and mind.

Revive Yourself at these Destinations in India

There is an old saying that goes, “Health is wealth” and there is a very fast-growing number of people across becoming wiser to the fact. People have started to show importance to their physical and mental well-being. The reason behind is the acute rise is ailments such as stress, anxiety, cardiac illness, diabetes, insomnia and various other illnesses. There has been a huge rise in emphasis on wellness and people across the globe want to lead healthier and fitter lives.

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