The House of Wellness TV: Season 7, Episode 36
This week on The House of Wellness, the team explores Ayurvedic yoga, meditation, free diving under the sea, plus more. Watch the full episode.
The House of Wellness – Season 7, Episode 36
On this episode of The House of Wellness, the team are in Bali at an Ayurvedic-style wellness retreat, where media personality Abbey Holmes is introduced to yoga and meditation, as she is reminded of the importance of slowing down and taking a breath.
Also this week:
- Abbey learns to centre herself through transcendental meditation, a gentle mindfulness session that calms the mind and body, led by Sukhavati head of Ayurvedic education Mark Bunn.
- The team explore the beauty of the ocean and how countries are pledging to protect the world’s barrier reefs.
- Discover why people in Blue Zone regions typically live healthier and longer than average.
- Mark Bunn shares his practical tips on applying an easy Ayurvedic lifestyle routine at home.
- How to minimise the physical appearance of scars.
- Why pulling an all-nighter may speed the ageing process in the brain.
- Naturopath Jordan Cohayney reveals how you can find happiness in the bitter taste of cacao, known to promote relaxation.
- Ways to tackle discomfort and swelling caused by abdominal bloating.
- How staying socially connected can help your dogs age healthily.
- Aussie free diver Rosie Richards demonstrates mindful breathing and how to be present in the moment under the sea.
- Zoe Bingley-Pullin and Luke Hines are back in the kitchen to pull together quick and delicious bites for strong bones.
- How to incorporate ‘slugging’ into your night skincare routine.
Plus, don’t miss the biggest competition of this year for your chance to win one of two 7-night packages for two to Balinese health retreat Sukhavati. The prize includes an all-inclusive trip with airfares, transfers, private villa, all meals and treatments.
Get all that and more on The House of Wellness TV at 2pm Fridays and noon on Sundays on the Seven Network.
Cast: Luke Darcy, Jo Stanley, Jacqui Felgate, and Dr Nick Carr with Luke Hines, Zoe Bingley-Pullin, Jade Kisnorbo and Sarah Davidson.