Thailand’s leading private villa estate, Samujana, has created a wellness series that can help you not only calm your mind but also keep your body active. COVID-19 hasn’t stopped their wellness experts from bringing advice to individuals of all ages and abilities for them to optimize their lives and lifestyles through cooking, yoga, exercise, nutrition and meditation.
Staying at home and social-distancing to be protected from COVID-19 are part of daily routine for all of us around the world right now. This can affect our well-being and overall mental health. To help us all cope with these stressful times of uncertainty, Samujana steps up its commitment to guests by launching a free series of wellness videos, tutorials, articles and advice for people to be healthy, fit and ease anxiety at home.
Available on Samujana’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram page, the tutorials on cooking, meditation, yoga & exercises aim to keep us motivated, fit and healthy during this period when many of us are required to stay at home. These can also be received through newsletters and viewed on Blogs in Samujana’s website.
“We understand that coronavirus has disrupted the exercise and work schedule of people around the world,” said John Dopere, Samujana’s General Manager. “We want people to stay active and healthy at home, and the wellness series is our way to help people achieve this or at least inspire some ideas.”
“As our guests can’t come to us right now, we want to do what we can to bring Samujana to everyone’s home” says Karen Slocombe, Director of Sales and Marketing of Samujana. The content of the wellness series is structured around Samujana’s wellness pillars below.
Meditation: Different types of meditation provides a relaxing effect to fight anxiety and stress, while calming your body and mind.
Yoga and Exercise: Keep the body strong and fit.
Cooking: Recipes that you can easily recreate for your family at home. If you can’t eat Thai food in Thailand then this is the next best thing and cooking is also a great activity to do as a family and has been shown to reduce anxiety during trying times.
Sleep: Simple strategies that may help relax the body and mind so you can get the sleep that you need.
If you want to stay up to date with regular at home tips to follow, Samujana will be sharing recommendations across social media channels using the hashtag #samujanawellness and if you like it, please offer your comments.
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