Compassion, or karuna as it’s known among yogis, is a key element of the spiritual path. Here, five yoga teachers share how they bring compassion to their life and practice.
Sweet foods give us pleasure, so our brains want more. But are some people wired to like sugar more than others? And do we need to quit sugar to be healthy?
With great travel comes great responsibilities. Here are 10 easy ways to ensure that any lasting impact you leave on your travels will be positive.
Yoga is about connecting body and mind, and realising that we’re one with Mother Nature, not separate from her. It’s time to return to nature: the original yoga studio.
Stress is an everyday part of life and can sometimes be motivating but, when left unchecked, it can do more harm than good. Here are simple, everyday ways to help keep stress in check.
You can’t just arrive at Torres del Paine National Park in Chile’s Patagonian region and expect to hike; there are a few factors you’ll need to prepare for.
You’re at a party and a waiter offers you a tray of drinks. There’s champagne, wine, a vodka soda and a mineral water: which do you choose? And how will your choice affect your health?
While meat consumption in many countries remains high, and is rising, a small but decidedly upward swoop of people are choosing plant-rich diets.
A world of mystery surrounds yerba maté for foreigners in Argentina. What is it? How do you drink it? And why do groups of people everywhere seem to be passing around a cup of it?