Nationally, the top wellness trends for the New Year include fitness-oriented wearables, mindfulness apps like Headspace and eating unprocessed foods. Locally on Hilton Head, The Sonesta Resort and Hilton Head Health are partnering to set a new trend in destination wellness that will not only put Hilton Head on the map as a health retreat […]Read Article
It is rumored that Cleopatra, who in my mind was a total B.C. bad-you-know-what, would wrap herself in black mud scooped from the depths of the Dead Sea and that before the invention of penicillin similar mud was used to treat serious wounds. And now in modern times, spas across the globe offer moor mud […]Read Article
It was time. We needed a vacation. And yet, because it was not a holiday weekend, we could not go out of town. Friday afternoon, as we were finishing up the first major phase of renovating our 62-foot schooner, Leopard, it occurred to my husband Lee and I that a weekend on the water with […]Read Article
Whole Foods Hilton Head invites you to revisit how you grocery shop. No more Michael Bolton melodies in the background, tired salad bars with marshmallow salad and your internal voice delivering a compelling soliloquy about why grocery shopping is such a pain in the asparagus. With endless aisles and food stations with healthy offerings, comfortable […]Read Article
As a health coach, I often remind my clients that wellness encompasses more than just healthy food choices and exercise. Optimal well being also includes establishing healthy, happy relationships—from your relationship with yourself, to your relationship with others to even how you relate to your community. As a leader in health industry, Hilton Head Health in Shipyard Plantation is taking an active role in helping you be fit mentally and physically with Devin’s Dash Sat., Sept. 20th. This memorial 5K not gives you the opportunity to set and achieve a goal, but also builds our community and benefits and worthy cause.Read Article
Last month The Huffington Post published, “97% of children play video games” and statisticbrain.com reported, the average American youth watches television 1200 hours a year (compared to 900 hours per year in school).
Many parents feel frustrated, concerned or even competitive, with their children’s mobile devices—believing (rightfully) that there is a wondrous world beyond Facebook “Likes,” Twitter feeds and Instagram posts. If you want your kids to turn off technology and tune into nature, check out Hilton Head’s top 12 chord-free, care-free, memory-building outdoor activities:Read Article
Do you know the secret to your smart phone’s battery life?—Simply, manually exit out of the running apps you aren’t using. Now, let’s go a step further. Do you know the best way to charge your own mental battery?—What if I told you it was as easy as exiting out of the day-to-day and existing memory applications that no longer serve you by touching certain points?
Then, what if I told you you could learn how to do it and even get certified right here in Hilton Head and the surrounding area?Read Article
Do you want to experience Hilton Head? I mean really experience it? “Getting on bike is the best way to see the Island,” said bike advocate and member of Kicking Asphalt Frank Babel. Babel, who also co-chairs on the town’s Bicycle Advisory Committee (an ad hoc group of volunteers who work with the town), got involved with improving the area’s pathways almost a decade ago. “I started riding and noticed a lot of debris and root intrusion. I decided my mission was to make it safer and more enjoyable for people to truly tour the Island.”Read Article
My mother was a size 10 and my father weighed over 200 pounds when we moved to Hilton Head in 1990. Now in their 60s, my parents are thinner, fitter and happier than ever. My mother is a gardener. My father a boater and fisherman. And both walk on the beach every morning, year-round.
“Living in Hilton Head just motivates us to get outside and in shape,” said my parents.Read Article
The Spanish moss hangs like tattered clothes from the lanky old oak limbs. The tabby remnants of the once stately plantation home jut out of the ground like giant jagged shark teeth. And an eeriness encapsulates the six-acre property, as Stoney-Baynard’s rich history and abundant wildlife whisper secrets all around you.
“It’s spooky cool,” said Andrew Bradley, who is a master naturalist and leads the Lowcountry Plantation Exploration tour Mondays from 10-11 a.m.Read Article