4 Ways To Not Go Totally And Completely Crazy During The Winter

Winter. The season where you cancel as many plans as possible and wear your blanket as a jacket. But it doesn't have to all that bad! There are a few weeks that we like to stay warm that don't involve eating a ton of hot soup.


Warm up inside with Floatation.

Floatation involves lying in a super-saturated Epsom-salt solution about 30cm deep. The salt water solution is heated to skin temperature 35.5C. Once you are settled, it is almost impossible to tell which parts of your body are in the water and which aren’t. The high density of our saline solution will make you feel completely weightless, letting every single muscle in your body fully relax. The float pods are specifically designed to block out all external distractions, such as sights, sounds, tactile sensations and gravity. http://floatculture.co.nz

Meditate, breathe deeply, and try hot yoga.

Studio Red's Signature Hot Yoga Class, Red Fusion is a perfect blend of yoga styles and disciplines to create a powerful full body yoga experience. This is a slowed down Vinyasa style class featuring long held poses with attention to alignment and breath, allowing you to tap into your deepest potential. We finish with a relaxing floor based sequence for the best shavasana ever! Each teacher will deliver their own unique take on our Fusion style giving you variety and challenge in each class.  All levels are catered for with precise instruction and plenty of modifications so you can take your practice to any level.  Studio Red heats their Red Fusion class to 40 degrees. http://www.studioredyoga.com

Fill your space with greenery.

Beat SAD this winter and sit by a window with a perky new plant from our friends at Plant & Pot. Have a black thumb and afraid of committing planticide? The experts there can guide you on the best easy-to-care for plant for your space. https://www.plantandpot.nz

Try the Japanese Enzyme Spa Treatment.

Enzyme Spa is a traditional Japanese deep heating ritual tracing its origins over 90 years. Made from a unique blend of rice bran, pinewood sawdust and Japanese enzymes carefully sourced from organic fruits, vegetables, mushrooms and seaweeds grown in Hokkaido, Japan. This warming, dry spa releases tension, detoxifies the body and both invigorates and softens skin. https://www.ikoispa.co.nz