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Tom Gartside of Carrot Banana Peach: “Be deliciously different this summer”

June 18th, 2013 No Comments

It’s summer! And this means one thing – colour! Lot’s of bright colours, particularly in your wardrobe. We love delicious yummy colours in the summer yoga & fitness wear collection by Carrot Banana Peach. This UK-based eco-centric brand has launched a new collection in their signature hybrid natural-based sustainable fibers made from; aloe vera, banana, [...]

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Duncan McGechie: “Wellbeing is a state of being well”

April 16th, 2013 No Comments

I have become a strong advocate of Acupuncture ever since it helped me with a severe neck pain a few years ago and recommended this traditional Chinese treatment to some of my friends with equally great results. Therefore I was really keen to ask Duncan McGechie of Acubody Therapies about his practice and how your [...]

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Find The Journey To Your Wellbeing In 2013!

February 22nd, 2013 No Comments

We got together with our wellbeing partners to ask them what they have in store for us this year - and we are excited to report that you’ll be spoilt for choices. Whether it’s new yoga classes and training, holistic holidays in stunning destinations, organic beauty products, ethical gifts or lifestyle products. They are all [...]

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‘Wellbeing Guide To London’ Book Launch

January 18th, 2013 No Comments

We were really excited to come down to Wild Food Cafe at Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden last night to celebrate the launch of ‘Wellbeing Guide To London’, a new city guide written and compiled by Sally Lovett that celebrates the capital’s healthiest and most holistic places.
Comprising in-depth reviews of wellbeing hotspots as tried and [...]

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A Little Bit Of Luxury

November 15th, 2012 No Comments

Here at The Baoli we all love the idea of taking ourselves off on a healthy holiday for a little bit of luxury, delicious food, gorgeous surroundings and even better if there are yoga, pilates & fitness classes available too. So, when the organisers of The Ultimate Mind & Body Holiday in Spain told us [...]

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Welcome The New Energy

October 21st, 2012 No Comments

It’s that time of the year when we cocoon ourselves in layers of clothing and hunch up with the first touch of chill. This ultimately results in tensed muscles and sore neck, shoulders and back. Luckily, there are many yoga postures to rescue and prevent us from any current or future aches and pains.
In reality, [...]

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Tara Stiles: “In order for yoga to be completely mainstream the veil of the guru needs to be lifted”

October 10th, 2012 No Comments

Tagged as a “yoga rebel”, Tara Stiles has dared to be a different kind of yoga teacher, who doesn’t use Sanskrit terms deliberately and approaches yoga as a practice that should be accessible to every single person. Tara is coming to London’s Yoga Show this year, and The Baoli has had a chance to find [...]

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Simon Pardoe: Our holidays combine the three key ingredients to wellbeing

August 7th, 2012 No Comments

For many, holiday is not just about change of scenery and a bit of sunshine by the swimming pool anymore. More and more people are discovering that wellness retreats can be one of the best ways to facilitate positive change – physically, emotionally, mentally and spiritually – over a short period of time. They are [...]

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Master Mantak Chia: Tao for daily life

May 10th, 2012 No Comments

Each of us is familiar with the Yin-Yang black & white symbol, but did you know that its origin lies in the Tao tradition? This ancient philosophy and system of life teaches us how to live in balance with the source of everything that exists, harmonising with the nature by balancing Yin and Yang energy.
The Baoli was [...]

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Yoga With A Punch

January 28th, 2012 No Comments

I was really excited to read about the new yoga styles arriving in London in this week’s copy of Evening Standard. Not that I fancy swapping my yoga practice for ‘Kickasana’ just yet, but given there are so many new options in a variety of environment, I would like to believe that more people might [...]

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