This year’s National Spa Week is all about work wellness, so we asked our lovely Scarlet spa team to come up with some work wellness tips.
December in Cornwall is rugged, romantic and occasionally stormy, making it perfectly matched with open fires, red wine and plenty of coastal exploring. The fishing villages are putting on their best displays – bejeweled in Christmas lights that twinkle on the water. Miles of sandy beaches stretch ahead with a few dog walkers as your only company and the Christmas markets are abuzz with the best local produce.
Contrary to what many people believe about Cornwall in winter, there is so much going on that’s not to be missed! We’ve put together our early picks of the key events that you’ll want to experience.
One of the most wonderful things about Cornwall is that no matter the season, weather or temperature it has a unique magic all year round. Late summer at the Scarlet is no exception and if you are looking to book to stay with us in September, here are a few of the wonderful things you can expect:
Holistic health sees the body, mind and spirit as a whole. Bringing these elements into balance is how we can cultivate optimum holistic health. In the Scarlet Spa, we find inspiration in the Ayurvedic tradition of holistic health. There are many ways in which we can create harmony and boost wellness. Below are some of our favourites for you to try this summer season:
Our in-house wellbeing activator and mindfulness guru, Kali Pearce, is here to talk about meditation and give some useful tips on creating a meaningful practice.
Our in-house yoga teacher and Ayurveda guru Kali Pearce covers the basics of Ayurveda as a holistic health system
Twelve minutes inland from the Scarlet hotel, nestled in the Cornish countryside is the working vineyard of Trevibban Mill producing some outstanding Cornish wine. Winemakers Engin and Liz Mumcuoglu give us some insight into the challenges of wine production in Cornwall and working in harmony with the local environment.
If you are someone who loves time in your own company, then the idea of travelling alone probably sounds quite appealing. However, for others the thought of spending time away on your own can be a little daunting, so we have put together a beginner’s guide to taking a solo break.