Take Your Body and Soul on Holiday

A break away with different scenery to wake up to every morning is sometimes all the body and mind need to recuperate from the daily stresses of life.

Footprint Books have brought out the perfect holiday guide to flick through and plan a much needed get-away, called Body & Soul Escapes: Britain and Ireland. 

Caroline Sylger-Jones is the creative lady behind this uplifting book. She specializes in spa and retreat locations, so is an expert on discovering the most relaxing and rejuvenating locations.

Pick this book up from the shelf if you are in need of a spa weekend to soothe the mind and body, or feel like embracing your spiritual side with a yoga break to help you get back in touch with yourself.

Body & Soul Escapes: Britain and Ireland (Footprint Books) is available from all major bookstores, priced at £14.99.

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