We all are beginning to understand the negative environmental impact caused by the production and disposal of our clothing, but have you considered the damaged caused by how we care for our clothes?
How we wash our clothes may seem unrelated to lowering our carbon footprint, but in actual fact, research has found that when you look at the life cycle of a piece of clothing, everyday washing & drying are said to damage our natural environment the most.
Time in nature isn’t just leisure time. Discover how the Japanese practice of forest bathing can improve your health. Join us at Rockholly to learn how to immerse yourself in the forest and its benefits.
With the recent resurgence in independent bespoke magazines, providing a refreshing change to the fast pace of the digital age, we chat to Eleanor Cheetham founder of Creative Countryside Magazine about her journey into print.
As the calendar page turns for the New Year, we are setting the intention to disconnect in order to reconnect. Learn about some of the ways we are rooting ourselves deeper to the places and people around us.
At Rockholly, we’ve always felt that getting outdoors doesn’t necessarily mean having to climb a mountain. Pull on your jacket and come celebrate the winter solstice with us by taking the shortest walk on the shortest day – one around your neighborhood.
You may be tempted to tuck away your hiking boots as temperatures begin to drop and days become shorter, but tap here to read why Rockholly believes one of the best walking seasons is just getting started.
Combining nature with Yoga could create the perfect partnership of calm & happiness. We chat with local mother and daughters teachers of Liz & Louise Watson, about taking your Yoga practice outdoors.