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Sailing as Therapy

Recreational therapists have evolved from traditional methods of therapy and intervention sessions into fun-filled outdoor activities. They are being effectively utilized to assist with the

Sailing into the sunset alone

Single-handling Something is exhilarating about piloting your own sailing boat and taking to the unpredictable waters without anyone in tow. Single-handed (or short-handed) sailing is

Rehabilitation under sails

Overcoming addiction is never easy. The most difficult step on the path to recovery is to recognize and acknowledge your addiction. If you are ready

Researching on the go

Sailing laboratories How is climate change affecting the oceans? In a few years, specialists in geological oceanography, ocean chemistry, marine biology and atmospheric physics at

Fatigue and sailing

Fatigue -“25% of all ships caused 51% of marine accidents and one reason behind these accidents is seafarers’ fatigue at sea!” According to a survey

Dream a little dream of sailing

Sailing represents the way you take charge of your existence. Sailing in a dream portends the beginning of a journey. Sailing can be regarded as

Heal your body and soul with water

Hydrotherapy, formerly called hydropathy and also called water cure, is a part of alternative medicine (particularly naturopathy), occupational therapy, and physiotherapy, that involves the use

Paint away your troubles

It is never easy to paint on the sea. It is rarely calm enough and the movement can destroy your painting in a second. There

Multitasking While Sailing

You think you are great at multitasking? Try sailing and see if it really is true Multitasking seems like a great way to get a

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Beauty and sailing

When the weather’s good and the wind is up, there’s nothing better than setting a course for, well, anywhere really. The one downside to a

Healthy mind games

Forgetting the clutter and clearing the brainwaves Is it possible to improve your memory? If you’ve ever found yourself forgetting where you left your keys

Survive to sail

Sailing with benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostate cancer The prostate is a small gland in the pelvis, found only in men. About the size of

Can we finally go sailing?

Is the quarantine over? As the lockdown begins to soften, we will slowly return to our daily routine, of course, with further measures of keeping

Sailing Songs

There are a lot of songs written about sailing in a lot of languages and that is because it is such a unique experience for

Breathing in the sea

Allergies while sailing are nothing to sneeze at Allergies occur when your immune system reacts to a foreign substance — such as pollen, bee venom

Sailing blind; sailing by sound

Many blind and partially sighted people are naturally skilled at sailing on the wind – imagine being at the helm and in control of the

Setting sail again after brain injury

An acquired brain injury (ABI) is an injury to the brain that is not hereditary, congenital, degenerative, or induced by birth trauma. Essentially, this type

Enjoy Cruising with No Limits (Arthritis)

Taking on an adventure like sailing can become challenging for people with arthritis. Often, people live their 20’s and 30’s working hard towards achieving their

Around the world with epilepsy

An inspiring story of Phil Haydon and how he has been creating awareness about epilepsy through sailing programs. On a casual sunny day in England,

Sailing for people with disabilities

Sailing a boat can be challenging, but adaptive sailing is a unique experience. Enjoy the freedom of movement and independence while jetting through the waters.

Sailing as an Occupational Therapy

Recreational therapists have evolved from traditional methods of therapy and intervention sessions into fun-filled outdoor activities. They are being effectively utilized to assist with the

How does sailing help children with ADHD?

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, also known as ADHD, is a common mental disorder that’s found in children and adults alike. ADHD is more common amongst young

Sailing through stress

In today’s world, there’s no escaping the stress caused by work, kids, goals, deadlines, and expectations. These hounding responsibilities only seem to increase and continue

Alejandro Basail

Name of the sailor: Alejandro Basail Profession in previous life: Pilot Name of the boat: Paradocs (Catamaran Catana 39 built 1994) Home port: La Cruz

Sailing to get fit and healthy!

Let’s start this interesting article with a thought-provoking quote – ‘It’s never too early or too late to work towards being the healthiest you.’  We

Sailing as team building

How can sailing help you create a dream team? Whether your organization has over 1000 employees or less than 10, it is important to understand

Blend yoga and sailing

Yoga, it’s not a religion but a way of healthy living that contributes to both mind and body. It incorporates meditation, stretches and breathing exercises

Sailing can change your life

Immerse yourself in the most peaceful surroundings of the sea landscape. Feel the wind, smell the salty water and enjoy the gorgeous background. Many people

Mindfulness on Sailing

Mindfulness is a phrase you may have heard several times. But what is it really? Let’s understand mindfulness further. It is the ability to be

Sail away after a heart attack

Here are two inspiring stories of people who took on sailing adventures even after experiencing a major health concern as a heart attack. What if

The Healing Power of the Sea

Learn about how sailing brings about mental and emotional well-being  Over the past years, several studies have been conducted to prove the healing power of

Sailing as a family bonding experience

‘The Tans Will Fade, But the Memories Will Last Forever’ Seize every opportunity to travel, escape the ordinary. Next time you think of a family

Sail to prevail PTSD

PTSD or Posttraumatic stress disorder has become a common psychiatric disorder amongst people who may have witnessed or experience something extremely traumatic. After a devastating