7 Top Personal Wellness Tips by Wellness Professionals
I have had the pleasure of interviewing lots of great people from the spa & wellness industry in the past (and hope to continue to do so in the future).
My last question to each interviewee is always:
What is your personal wellness tip?
Today, I am compiling the top 7 answers from great spa people.
Personal Wellness Tip # 1
“I would say “breathe properly”!
Without breath nothing is possible. We get good prana out of it and also good supply of oxygen.
Breathing is more important than any Asana. When you exhale, you are letting go. If you hold your breathe, injuries can happen.
Make it like a routine, even during work for example, just breathe consciously. It doesn’t always have to be an exercise.”
Padma Nair, Less effort, more comfort
Personal Wellness Tip # 2
“My personal wellness tip is really nothing out of the ordinary. Enough sleep, not too much sun, healthy diet and a fair amount of exercise. But foremost the body has an amazing ability to tell you when something isn’t good for you, so just listen to it!”
Maria Remneus, Share your story: Maria
Personal Wellness Tip # 3
“One of the most important problems in many modern societies is that people “live to work” instead of “working to live”. By allowing our job to become our whole life, there is no time left to have fun and then stress overcomes all our healthy emotions.
Spiros Gaitanidis, Eat healthy, sleep like a baby and don’t forget to have some fun
Personal Wellness Tip # 4
“Prevention is much better and easier than treatment, for example maintaining weight is better than trying to lose the weight after you gained it!”
Personal Wellness Tip # 5
“As our ancestors said thousands of years ago: “Healthy mind in Physical Health’’. “
Personal Wellness Tip # 6
“My wellness tip would be: Listen to your body and do what feels best for you.”
Personal Wellness Tip # 7
I kickstart my day with lemon water to revitalise the body & mind, especially as it helps boost the immune system and combat skin ageing.
I’ve never skipped my breakfast as it gives me a lot of energy to move around the whole day. Exercise 3-4 times per week, get enough sleep, rest & relaxation by having a massage on occasion, and meditation before bedtime to restore balance to the body & mind, which I believe enhances overall health and well-being.
Do you also work in the spa/wellness/health industry? Do you have a story that you would like to share? Please send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to hear from you!