Health & Wellness

Health & Wellness
move again

Trailing Wives: Torn Jane Doesn’t Want to Move Again  

Family therapist Kristin Louise Duncombe offers advice to a former trailing spouse who is not ready to give up her thriving career to move again.
health apps

5 Great Health and Fitness Apps

Here are five great mobile apps designed to help encourage you to lead a healthy and active life.
Jacqui Harwood

A Hit and Run Survivor Teaches Us How to Thrive

New Zealander and craniosacral therapist Jacqui Harwood shares how she has learned to be happy and healthy after having survived a hit and run accident at age 22 and discovering she had multiple sclerosis at age 30.
books

Books to Keep You Company and Transport You Far Away

An avid reader describes how books can help you navigate challenging moments in life, providing comfort, connection and escape when we need it most.
Feldenkrais method

Feldenkrais: a Unique Movement Method That Can Transform Your Life

Want to transform the way your body moves? Are you suffering from chronic pain, or other physical limitations? Sophie Dingemans explains how a unique movement method called Feldenkrais can help.
mindful walking

How a Simple Walk Can Make Your Day Extraordinary

A health and wellness coach explains how mindful walking in Paris can release stress, improve creativity and change the way you see the world.
Woman stretching in park. © Alexis Duclos

From Breathless to a Paris Marathon Runner

Let’s be clear. I am not a runner... I grew up in a swimming pool, and therefore my body was conditioned from a very young age to believe that exercise only took place in zero gravity environments.
acupuncturist in Paris

Acupuncturist in Paris: 11 Answers to What Ails INSPIRELLE Readers

Seeking alternative ways to help with pain and discomfort? Acupuncturist in Paris Hayley Enright answers our readers’ questions on how this well-respected ancient treatment using needles can improve your wellbeing.
Diverse Women

Celebrate Body Diversity: Don’t Let Your Shape Weigh You Down!

A nutritionist in Paris says it's time to stop body shaming and celebrate body diversity by learning to love your shape.