We all know taking a vacation is important for our mental health and well-being. We need to unplug, recharge, break up the monotony of our routines and get away from it all. But, our fitness on the other hand doesn't need a vacation.
2016 offers an exciting time to travel abroad, whether it's to new destinations like Cuba, to cheer your country on in the Olympics, or to extend a business trip into a leisurely one. It has never been easier to travel, and if you are aware of the risks abroad, it is now easier to properly prepare for a trip.
Let's be real: travel is anything but a perfect experience. Thankfully, experts agree upon the one easy (and cheap!) thing
Group tours, guided treks and big-name cruises sound like great vacation ideas at first, but then there are all. those. people
Unfortunately, the B-tourist has yet to hit the market (collective, jetlagged *SIGH*). It's the perfect place to eat a snack
The Sleeper Scarf may look like your typical too-trendy infinity scarf. But it actually doubles as an inflatable neck pillow
You NEED to escape. But where? Napcabs aren't the only tight-quartered sleeping options for travelers: In Japan, capsule
But there is something incredible, something so unexpected, about doing yoga in an airport. It allows you time to stop and breathe in a space that asks for nothing and leaves you craving nothing. And when you're ready, you can go -- go anywhere in the world you'd like.
Pricing varies depending on the kind of wellness package the guest chooses. (A juice will run you about $6, for example, while