Welcome to Weal World!
The world where wellness and travel are lifestyles
Weal World Travel is a guide to using various healing practices to help you stay healthy naturally at home and abroad. Aromatherapy, fitness and holistic nutrition complement conventional medicine and can help to:
- efficiently reset the body clock
- cope with stress and anxiety
- build, enhance & support the immune system
fitness, fragrance, food
The first condition of understanding a foreign country is to smell it.” ~Rudyard Kipling~
The Itinerant Introvert as Aromatic Alchemist
Transformation through essential oils with certified aromatherapist Kimberley
Archives of all posts on Aromatherapy & Travel
Healthy and healing foods that nurture and nourish can be used to have a medicinal and therapeutic effect on mind, body and emotions. My focus is on a whole food plant-based diet, the occasional indulgence and the cultural, historical and social aspects and political implications of food.
Let food be thy medicine, thy medicine shall be thy food ~Hippocrates~
The Itinerant Introvert as Holistic and Culinary Nutritionist
Meatless and soulful food through consultations, classes and catering with Kimberley
Holistic Nutritionist (RHN), Baker, Home Cook and Food Blogger Weal Food
Archive of all posts on Nutrition & Travel
Active living and exercise contribute to health and feelings of well-being.
The Itinerant Introvert as Fitness and Dance Instructor
Foundation fitness-cardio, strength, flexibility, core and Dancipation-culturally inspired dance fitness with Kimberley
- Member of CanFitPro (Canadian Fitness Professionals)
- FIS & PTS – Certified Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer
- LMI – Les Mills International Instructor: Certified in Body Combat™ and Body Jam™
- Self-proclaimed enthusiastic exerciser and exercise coach
- Former professional belly dancer
Archive of all posts on Fitness & Travel
|The Itinerant Introvert
Certified Fitness Instructor
Holistic Nutritionist (RHN)
Candlestick maker (not really)
Good idea to share about fitness and travel. It’s so easy to give up fitness activities when away from our normal routines.
Indeed. And it sometimes makes a nice break from constantly touring around.