It may be tempting to just stay inside, warm and wrapped under a blanket during the cold days of winter but being proactive about your wellbeing can help you get through the chilly months healthier than ever. Make sure to prioritise movement, eat well and nurture your immune system to keep your health in great shape all season long. Regular exercise in fresh air is one of the pillars of healthy living.When it comes to keeping active, it's important to also focus on recovery.
Hygge (pronounced hoo-ga) is a Norwegian term for achieving the ultimate level of cosiness. Living so close to the Arctic circle, Norwegians have long been embracing winter and actively create the feeling of cosiness to warm up a long winter. The feeling you get when you enter a warm house, or stand with your back to an open fire, or warm your hands on a bowl of homemade soup, hygge can be found in lots of places – especially in geothermal water.
NAIDOC Week, which runs from 4-11 July is an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Peninsula Hot Springs has launched our first Artist In Residence Program, created to support local musicians and artists from the Mornington Peninsula and surrounds. We are delighted to be hosting six leading Victorian contemporary music artists from a range of genres and cultural backgrounds to participate in a series of seven-day immersive experiences in a unique creative environment. Peninsula Hot Springs’ Artist In Residence Programs will welcome the first artist at the end of June and run throughout August and September 2021.