Body & Soul: Staying Fit During the Holidays

Losing weight doesn’t have to be a chore. From bike tours and hikes through Cayman’s natural landscape to challenging yourself to a half-marathon to saving holiday desserts for special occasions, let these fun and effortless tips for losing or maintaining weight during the holiday season move you! Tour East End by Bike Channel your inner kid... Continue Reading →

Body + Soul: Sweat it Out

If you find yourself weary of traditional gyms, interested in taking up a new conditioning course or wanting to take your fitness to another level, there are several options right here in the Cayman Islands that will push your body outside of its comfort zone. Cross-training and fight-fitness programmes like CrossFit, BoxFit, mixed martial arts and Muay Thai... Continue Reading →

Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon: It’s a Family Affair

Seasoned and rookie runners near and far are gearing up to go the distance at the annual Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon; and so are hundreds of children and high school students, too. In addition to the adult individual runners and teams competing in the highly anticipated running event are hundreds of local and visiting school-aged... Continue Reading →

Health Matters at Health City Cayman Islands

While conventional medical facilities focus on treating diseases and ailments as swiftly as possible with pharmaceutical drugs, the underlying premise at Health City Cayman Islands is that the patient is a person, not an illness. For Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty — internationally renowned heart surgeon, paediatric cardiologist and visionary for Health City Cayman Islands —... Continue Reading →

Beyond the Beach: Land-Based Sports in Cayman

On the Field The Cayman Islands' most beloved sport is also the world's favourite pastime: football. "The Beautiful Game" has history here, and Caymanian native Jeffrey Webb has made sure to keep that history alive. The soccer powerhouse is the president of the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) and the... Continue Reading →

Sunless Skin: Getting that Summer Glow without Damaging your Skin

It's tempting to lie on the beach for hours on end in an attempt to achieve the beautiful glow of sun-kissed skin. But research has shown that the risks associated with unprotected sun exposure can be as temporary as sun burns or as extensive as aged skin, wrinkles, age spots and skin cancer. Whether you... Continue Reading →

Cayman-Style R+R

Whether you are seeking the spectacular backdrops of Cayman Brac, the seclusion and privacy of Little Cayman or the “big island” conveniences of Grand Cayman, an unparalleled spa experience awaits with mobile massages and body treatments amid lush landscapes and jewel-blue waters at these totally convenient spas. Little Cayman Exclusivity, an untouched terrain and the... Continue Reading →

Cayman’s Natural Skincare and Spa Products

The Cayman Islands are widely known for rum cakes, island-inspired keepsakes, Caymanite and black coral jewelry, and craft items, but did you know it also boasts a collection of skincare and spa products? Hand-made with natural and local ingredients, these soaps, scrubs and creams make for a perfect take-away memento or gift item for your... Continue Reading →

Health & Wellness: Battling The Bulge

With all of the festivities and parties going on throughout the holiday season, it is easy to overindulge in that extra slice of pie or second helping of pudding. Here are a few ideas to help you get back on track and break a sweat. Join a Gym Gym memberships no longer mean you are... Continue Reading →

Paediatric Pioneer: Dr Shirley Cridland

A founding member of the local medical community, Dr. Shirley Cridland continues to lead the way in paediatric medicine in the Cayman Islands. Dr. Shirley Cridland is a well-known and highly regarded name in the Cayman Islands. Born and raised in Jamaica, she moved to Grand Cayman with her family in the mid-1970s and opened... Continue Reading →

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