As a place of wellness, the health and wellbeing of our community has always been paramount.
While we can’t always welcome you to the springs to relax and rejuvenate in nature, we want to encourage you to take the time to take care of yourself.
Enhance energy, restore health, find balance, be motivated and nourished by practicing self-care rituals that will help you feel more connected to yourself and the world around you.
The Australian Earth Clay Collection is a stimulating series of earth clays, rich in minerals to ground yourself in the earth’s energy.The Australian Earth Clay Collection offers 5 clay blends in re-sealable, eco-friendly pouches. Developed exclusively for Peninsula Hot Springs, our clays feature the vibrant colours of our Australian landscape.
There is nothing quite like a hammam steam room to experience this cleansing, complete body ritual. For both physical and emotional detox, Peninsula Hot Springs’ two hammams are the ideal spots to enjoy this authentic, ancient Moroccan ritual.
Massage nurtures us on all levels, inducing physical, mental and even spiritual wellbeing. Studies have shown that “physical touch is the most important aspect of human development and culture. It activates the body’s vagus nerve, which is intimately involved in our compassion response.”
Relax, unwind and restore your body with this 15 minute yoga flow. During this practice, Sonja from Honestly Yoga will take you through a range of positions that promote physical, mental and spiritual benefits for your mind and body.
A simple breathing technique that will calm your nervous system, slow down a racing mind and help you to feel calm and present. We will also use a mantra that is easy to remember and can be practiced off the mat any time you are feeling a little rushed or overwhelmed.
A meditation to help you feel and heal in challenging times. This 16 minute meditation will give you some space to safely feel into any challenging emotions that you may have been blocking and then create some healing space around them. You will then go through a beautiful breathing exercise and visualisation to bring in support and expansion.
With winter brings a more sedentary lifestyle and many of us are looking for a long term goal to work towards to maintain or improve our fitness. Why not start training for our annual charity cycling and bathing event, Ride for Relief, to be held in December 2020? You will be inspired to support an excellent cause, motivated to get out in nature and feel connected through the act of fundraising.
“My name is David Heatley, and I’m a International cycling coach that uses our unique Cycling-Inform® training methodology and coaching support to help you quickly excel with your riding while juggling your training around your work and family commitments. We have designed this super lean and efficient training program specifically for the Ride for Relief event. I am excited to be able to offer this program to you and wish you a safe ride and hope that you have an enjoyable day on the bike for the Peninsula Hot Springs Ride for Relief”
There is a simple yet fundamental Ayurvedic (traditional Indian medicine) principle that ‘like increases like’. This basically means that the qualities we experience in our environment, our food and via our other senses are increased or reflected in our body and mind. For example, during winter, our environment becomes colder, damper, heavier, and perhaps slower.
Bring a little bit of sweetness from the springs into your home and try our very own apricot and peanut bliss ball recipe. These are the perfect ‘grab and go’ snack for those craving something a little sweet.
Make the most of your self-care moment with a warm brewed cup of herbal tea.Tulsi is known as Holy Basil and has been used for thousands of years in India for healthy stress-response, natural detoxification, increased stamina, endurance and energy.
Are you looking for a quick, feel good, #BodyByFinch workout that you can try at home? Grab a cushion, turn on your favourite tunes and feel energised with this high intensity, full body workout from Rachael Finch.
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