The rarified treatment at Four Season’s Sensei Lanai’s hale pool, one of many designed by Sensei’s spa, is like having your senses fine-tuned. Here, health and wellness are more than just standard massages and a gym schedule; it’s the potential to also harness the mind.
No longer simply a form of divination, tarot is now seen as a lifestyle enhancer, aiming to help improve mental and physical wellness.
If one were to picture the epitome of serenity, it would probably look something like Tofino Resort + Marina’s new floating sauna. Moored in the frigid waters of B.C.’s Clayoquot Sound, the sauna combines the peace of nature with the physical release of a day at the spa.
Lately, increasingly holistic attitudes toward health have dominated the wellness industry, with countless retreats and getaways offering the promise of complete mind and body makeovers in just a day or two. But where they fall short in lasting results, Longevity House finds its place. Opened in November 2021, Longevity House is Toronto’s new ultra-exclusive members-only wellness club.
For Our Place’s The Way We Heal series, Zoey Gong shared a TCM Herbal Mushroom Stew with Black Sesame Buns recipe—a dish that is meant to be grounding, healing, and full of nutritional benefits. When making this dish, think of it as a meditative practice—a flow of cooking, good for the soul.
Of all the health benefits of boxing—strength, endurance, muscle growth—perhaps the most alluring is the catharsis of being able to punch the hell out of something.
News flash: malaria is still with us. News flash number two: maybe not for long.
The woman-owned and -operated company creates simple organic superfood teas and adaptogenic blends in Toronto made with 100 per cent plant-based ingredients.
An autumn grounding tonic from Jess Devries—perfect a for a cozy cool morning or as a wellness booster to settle the chaos of everyday life.