Ulaanbaatar is the capital of Mongolia and the country’s largest city. Winters here, usually from the months of December to February, can be severely cold. So, we recommend going during the summer, which is from June to August. If you want to experience something unique, know that the Naadam Festival is held in Ulaanbaatar in July. You will get to witness horse racing, archery, wrestling, and cultural displays full of colour and joy. Ulaanbaatar yoga vacations have surely never sounded this exciting. Book yours today for a trip like no other!
Stress, and its physical symptoms, affects 77% of the population as reported by the American Institute of Stress. Over 90% of doctor visits can be traced back to stress in some way from poor digestion, disrupted sleep, increase heart attack/stroke risks, compromises our immune system, increase in anxiety symptoms and more.
The contemporary lifestyle is strained by a number of fleeting ailments – some accidental, some habitual, and others quite fatal. In this array of disorders, eating-related disorders are quite common.
Busy moms often think it hard to take time out from their hectic schedule and get on the yoga mat. They believe so because yoga requires one to remain in peace, in spite of the chaotic surrounding. Practicing yoga also requires one not to be bothered by distractions.
While March saw the first signs of spring in the Northern Hemisphere, April is a bit of an awkward mix of temperatures. It’s not yet hot enough to hit the pool but you don’t have to wear too many layers either. Pack that waterproof jacket as it’s quite certain it will rain. As for the Southern Hemisphere, autumn is at its most beautiful so grapes picking, and gorgeous foliage will make you pack your bags.
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