They say Yoga is a way of life. According to ancient texts of Ayurveda, there are life-threatening diseases that can be cured with the frequent practice of certain yogasans (yoga poses). The lifestyle we live in currently never fails to deliver its benefits in the form of stress, and tension. There is always something on everyone’s mind- which is something that repels people from meditation. But medication and yoga are something for all and that develops over time. One of the places where one can experience and gain the benefits of yogasans in their full effect is Yoga Retreats. They provide relaxation.
Why Yoga Retreats?
When you have that inner craving to go travel, you wish to be somewhere quiet and relaxing. That’s the basic purpose of going away. But most places today are filled with noisy crowds. Then what is the point if you experience the same crowd here, and the same crowd there?
But that’s not the case with yoga retreats. Yoga Retreats provide relaxation and are therapeutic. These retreats act like refreshments to your mind and body. Restoring mental health, and delivering sanity to an individual.
As you alter your viewpoint, new opportunities and openings become apparent. Normally, we are so preoccupied with the minutiae of our life that we only pay attention to what is in front of us, what occurred to us last week, or our dread of what could occur in the future.
A yoga or health retreat is a wonderful opportunity to get new insights, take a break from your routine, and push yourself beyond your comfort zone.
A Welcoming Change
Whether they are going through a time of change or wish to make improvements in their life, many individuals decide to go on a retreat. With change comes the chance to see things from a different angle. Understanding the essence of reality makes it abundantly clear that the only constant changes. Everything is changing and evolving into something different. Accepting that change is a necessary element of life’s path of discovery is the first step towards accepting change.
Every experience you have has the power to either advance or regress you. Your experience is determined by how you decide to see a certain circumstance. Expect the same outcome if you continue to operate in the same manner.
Using your vacation as a chance to mix things up and do things differently. Establish a new, healthy habit for yourself and try something new.
- San Wellness Sanctuary- Sri Lanka
The Sen Wellness Sanctuary, located on Sri Lanka’s southern coast, was established by osteopath Dr. Sam Kankanamge of London. Its individualized health programs, are available all year long and have their roots in Ayurvedic medicine. The programs provide ayurvedic culinary lessons, sound, and gong baths for deep relaxation and energy cleaning, as well as meditation, yoga, and other practices.
- Ashiyana, Goa, India
Without an Indian retreat, no list of yoga retreats would be complete. Ashiyana Goa offers a wide range of retreats year-round, as well as design-your-own yoga holidays where you can select drop-in classes, one-to-one holistic yoga therapy, or the Holistic Elixir Program, which combines yoga therapy, massage, meditation, and pranayama. In addition to training new and seasoned teachers (breathe work). Beach huts to opulent suites are available, while Ashiyana’s seminars and ayurvedic treatments are available at the hotel’s on-site spa. Brazil is Ashiyana’s second location.
- Suryalila Retreat Center, Spain
Visit the Suryalila Retreat Center in Andalucia to enjoy yoga and take in the scenery all in one. Although visitors can arrive at any time to stay at the hotel and take part in its daily activities, the center provides retreats throughout the year. For people who desire to teach yoga to others throughout the globe, it also offers teacher certification programs.
- Yoga Explorers, France
Yoga Explorers is conducting many retreats in Morocco and France throughout the year. There include getaways in Marrakesh, a lovely retreat in a château south of Toulouse, and more in 2023. All meals, lodging for seven nights, two daily yoga lessons, as well as yoga mats and other accessories, are all included in retreats. Visitors will also have free time to explore the neighborhood.
- Seven Senses
Seven Senses is not just a yoga retreat. The goal is to awaken the strength and fullness that dwell within. The retreat gathers together in a beautiful location to examine our inner selves—our mind, body, heart, and spirit—using the seven chakras as a metaphor. To help you see the elements of yourself that are often concealed from view, this week will combine movement, vinyasa & kundalini yoga, kriyas, breath work, sound meditation, gestalt constellations, ritual, science & mysticism, and deeply personal investigation.