Traveling can easily throw you off your routine, but it doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your meditation practice. Follow these tips to help ensure a balanced life, even when you’re on the go.
Looking to plan your next vacation? Why not try a retreat instead? Opposed to a vacation, which is quite simply a time off from everyday routine, retreats are purposeful getaways that are aimed at healing. Here are seven reasons why you may want to opt for a retreat over a regular vacation.
A stay-at-home yoga retreat can provide a lot of the same benefits as a destination retreat, without the cost and headache of travel. Follow these 12 steps to help you set up your own personal retreat.
Different dosha types need different types of vacation. Learn how to use time off in a way that will balance your mind, body, and spirit.
The festivals of India are times to celebrate and bring people of different traditions together. Here is a look at the main festivals, and some ways in which you can enjoy them from afar.
Planning a vacation? Good idea. Taking annual vacations is not only a fun way to learn about a new place and connect with loved ones outside of the daily grind, but it’s also a great way to reduce stress and it’s good for your health.
If you’re feeling burned out, pair your time off with an event that will nourish your mind, body, and soul—like a yoga retreat, a wellness workshop, or an outdoor adventure. It’s the perfect way to both reduce stress and hit the internal reset button.
Traveling is such an exciting time. Packing the suitcases, buying new clothes, and dreaming about your destination enliven the spirit as you anticipate unplugging from daily life. However, travel also brings unpredictable aspects in your daily routine and new stimuli for your body and mind.
While you may welcome the change of pace, your body may feel the changes unfavorably. Integrating Ayurvedic practices in your travels can help make the vacation smooth and keep you balanced so you can fully enjoy yourself.