There are plenty of things you can do on a hot summer day.Some of them you can't do because it's too hot, or you're afraid to.And some you're sure to enjoy.Sun baths are just one of them.But they can make a big difference to your health."The health benefits of sun baths are a little bit more nuanced than that," says Andrew Roper, associate professor of preventive medicine at the University of Melb...
A new generation of sun-bath ayurvads, which combine ayurveic techniques with traditional Indian techniques, have come into fashion, with companies such as Natura Spa, Naturas Spa, and The Sun Spa, launching a range of products and services aimed at getting sun-shaved.
The latest of these is Sun Bait, which launched at the London Palladium last week.
The Sun Bases, which are designed to look like beach balls, can be used as a way of getting sun bathing done, with the sun being reflected off the balls, and then reflecting back onto the user, creating a natural, relaxing effect.
It’s an idea that has gained momentum across the Indian and Western world.
Sun Bags have become so popular that a number of companies are launching products that combine ayuvad techniques with a natural sun bathing experience.
Naturosa Spa, for example, offer a range on its Sun Bites range which include a towel, shower head, and sunshade, and a “sun bath” which combines the traditional practice of using a wooden stick to create a natural environment for the sun to shine on the skin.
A few months ago, the New York Times published a piece about the Sun Bums that included a photo of a woman with a sunbathing pose and the caption, “In this photo, a woman has sunbathed on a beach with her back to the camera.”
Another sun bathing ayurva, The Sun Bath, has been launched by a New York-based company, The Moon Spa.
This spa has an in-house spa, a wellness centre, a meditation room, and also a massage therapy centre.
Naturas spa has also launched a line of sun bath and sun bath accessories which include sun sticks, sun baccy, and other accessories.
As well as offering a wide range of sun bathing products, there are also sun bathing retreats and classes in the United States and Europe.
Sun Bait has already attracted some attention in India.
In December, a group of ayurvy yoga students from India and the US were photographed at the Naturals Spa in the city of Kolkata.
The students were doing a yoga class, which involved the sun bathing.
They were photographed taking photos of themselves in front of the Sun Bath with the caption “the yoga is on”.
As we look at the Indian sun bath community, it is clear that the sunbathers are just as diverse as the sun seekers, who are also a vibrant and thriving community.
Sun bath yoga, for instance, is a popular practice in India, with over 100,000 practitioners.
The practice has also spread to the UK, Australia, and New Zealand, where some yoga teachers have gone on to become yoga teachers.