Little Black Book Of Health, Beauty And Wellness Practitioners

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Last year, the hashtag self-care was used over 10 million times on Instagram. The world of wellness certainly shows no signs of stopping or even slowing down. One of the most buoyant trends are venues dedicated fully to fitness and well-being. A one-stop shop that houses everything from yoga to acupuncture, IV infusions to poke bowls. And it makes sense. In out fast-paced, incessant go, go, go world, convenience reigns king. Here in London, one can find a host of new trainers, organic products, superhero blends and wellness clubs, aiming to offer everything and anything a modern individual might need.

Peak Health Retreats

Words like bespoke and personalised are overused constantly. Particularly around health and fitness. But at Peak Health in picturesque Saas-Fee Switzerland, there really is no one size fits all. The focus here is on creating healthy and balanced patterns  and habits, not just quick fixes. Sharpening fitness, mental resilience and honing one's eating, while focusing on better sleep and complete nutrition, Peak Health is a place to reset.  The days are long and tough, with varied fitness challenges - including three- and four-hour hikes, yoga, Pilates and outdoor runs - alongside workshops, massage treatments and talks. Throughout the summer, different visiting practitioners and coaches lead specific retreats, so no two weeks are the same. The surrounds, both from the undulating Swiss mountains are the five-star accommodations at Le Capra, combine to make this without a doubt one of the leading retreats worldwide.

By Bridget Arsenault

Rose Davis