There is a huge difference between going on a holiday and going on a retreat, the big advantage with a retreat is that you are out of your daily routine.
Even when the word itself tells us that it’s all about stepping back, going inwards, and allowing yourself the treat of time out. Going to new and different places creates an opportunity to see the world, and yourself, in a new perspective. Experiencing the unknown is an accelerated way to grow and learn. You will have the luxury of time to do just what you want to do. When you change your routine and your surroundings, you see things in a different light.
Going on a retreat is all about you, your yoga, eating healthy foods and slowing down. Sometimes it is easier to give yourself that indulgence when you leave your comfort zone of home and go somewhere far away and exotic. And if your retreat is all-inclusive you get 3 healthy and delicious meals every day prepared for you, daily activities, special classes and some free time to do whatever you like to make the most out of your day.
You will get together with a bunch of people on a similar path in a beautiful place, new friendships are bound to happen. It is inspiring to surround yourself with other yogis from around the world and to practice together. Gathering like this in a group is sometimes the perfect mirror to remind us that, although everyone is unique, we are all connected
Ultimately, a yoga retreat will give you a chance to recharge your batteries while discovering or deepening your yoga practice.
Going on a retreat has a lot of advantages like:
• You’ll connect with nature
• You’ll surround yourself with positive energy.
• Deepen Your Practice.
• Meet Like-Minded Friends for Life.
• Learn Something New.
• Detox digitally, energetically and emotionally.
• You’ll eat without having to do all the work.
• You’ll find healing and evaluate your current situation.