What are Retreats?
Retreats involve being away from your usual work or life. They can be held either in solitude or as a community. They can be in silence or involve loads of conversations as well as activities ranging from yoga to workshops, cooking classes, therapies, the list is endless, depending on the teacher or needs of participants and host facility.
Participants leave their work or current engagements, for a few days (weekend-retreat) up to weeks of bliss & commitment. The goal is to let go of daily stress and problems by following the instructions involving Yoga, Meditation, Workshops, etc. Most of the retreats are offered in rural, natural, remote locations as well as organized travels abroad.
What are Wellness Retreats?
Wellness Retreats are modern recreational holidays, designed to include Yoga, vegetarian food, in natural or remote surroundings. Sometimes, they also outdoor sports activities either as a single person or in a group.
What is a Spiritual Retreat?
Term “Spiritual Retreat” holds different meanings for people. Depending on their religious interests, form follows function. These are designed to allow time for reflection, prayer, or meditation.
Craziness, that has affected the people world over, whether in terms of their work, personal life or life in general, has increased inclination towards ancient methods of lifestyle. People are embracing changes brought with the adoption of Yoga, Meditation, Tai Chi, in their various forms. Positive effects include improved memory and focus, strength, flexibility, balance, alertness, problem-solving skills and creativity, and increased self-confidence.
Heart Opening Meditative Retreat curated by YUJ Spiritual Foundation, India, is the retreat for those of us wanting to discover our inner self, indulge in “me time”, improve flexibility, all under the guidance of Guruji B.M. Singh and Yogini Charu Lata.
This is a Guest post by Charu Lata who is the founder of www.Yuj.club. She is a Spiritual and yoga practitioner carrying lifelong passion for Holistic Healing.
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