Time for us
Quality time for us. Quality time with your partner almost seems unattainable these hectic days in between work, children and all other responsibilities. But shared timeouts are of great importance for every relationship and therefore every now and then definitely necessary.
Wellness weekends for couples
Even though the occasions for those weekends might be rare, the anticipation will be even bigger once you have found a suitable date. Wellness for your souls and bodies - while the grandparents are taking care of the children.
Offers for couples in wellness hotels
Wellness hotels are conscious about how those timeouts are especially valuable for couples. Therefore, they propose plenty of offers, which can be experienced and enjoyed together.
Amongst others, you can enjoy massages and relaxing baths together. Maybe even with a glass of champagne?
Taking walks or even doing hikes together gives you the opportunity to talk about and reflect on all the things that you don't have the time for at home.
After those physical activities there is nothing more tempting than a spa. After a relaxing visit in the sauna you will forget that everyday stress even exists.
Romantic candlelight dinner
In the evening, you and your partner deserve a romantic candlelight dinner. Here, great importance will be attached to fresh and regional food, which will spoil you. Of course the cooks consider possible incompatibilities. To end this beautiful day, you can enjoy delicious drinks at the bar.
Taking consciously timeouts together as a couple is important in order to regain strength for the challenges of everyday life.
Our Time for us-Tips for youFit despite a lack of time
Have a mini-workout at the office? No problem at all! Whether you cycle to work, walk the stairs instead of taking the elevator or simply incorporate some light movements whilst sitting at your desk. You can do so by taking two 0,33l water bottles and use them as dumbbells.
In winter it takes your body longer to get active. If you start your program with the highest intensity, you risk getting a cold, irritating your bronchial tubes and lungs and pulling your muscles. Therefore, you should spend at least 20% of the total training time on the warm-up.
According to an American scientist, the following tip helps with a tricky task such as memorizing: Press a rubber ball with the right hand for 90 seconds, then imprint the text and finally press the ball with the left hand when playing back the text. Left-handed people do the opposite.