A walk in the woods might just be what the doctor of the future may prescribe to you! Yes, there’s now plenty of documented evidence on the mental and physiological benefits of going outdoors. According to a recent study, just one weekend in the woods will automatically reset your inner clock (or circadian rhythm) which
What another fantastic journey to Rukgala Retreat! Thank you to all the adventurous souls who took time off their busy schedules to try out novel experiences and learn new things – from Yoga, kayaking, health and wellness tips to natural movement in the outdoors! Special thanks to Aravinda Rathnayake for sharing a wealth of wildlife
Too much time with electronics are not only draining us, but affecting our minds and bodies as well. The following article by Greatist lists a few science-backed reasons why we should consider engaging with the outdoors a bit more often: It’ll reset your internal clock. Melatonin, which is a hormone released in response to
Well then, this article is just for you. Anna Quinlan on this article tells us why we should ask the question from ourselves “what do we really want to do?” before jumping into any fitness trend. “It took me a while, but once I realized the value of desire, my whole relationship with exercise changed.
Pro-cyclist Yasas Hewage, founder of Spinner and WrooM (cycling community in Sri Lanka), talks about how endurance sports such as cycling helps you get fit, and offers tips for anyone considering riding in the city. An inspiring change-maker with an encouraging message to those who want to make fitness a lifetime hobby. More on Spinner