No matter how resilient, there are times when we grow a little weary of the daily grind. Relationships. Work. Money. Diverted goals. To do lists. The hamster wheel of life can be exhausting & good health taken for granted. We’re all so busy ‘doing’ that we scarcely take time to unplug, let go of distractions, care for our health & reflect on how we’re living our lives versus what we actually want to get out of it.
Retreats create the time & space to step off the wheel, prioritise your wellbeing, establish goals & disentangle from the noise. You'll gain a fresh, new perspective & breathe life back into your mind, body & soul. It's the best way to regain your strength, focus & energy. Australia is the lucky country for good reason. We’re home to some of the worlds most sought after health retreats with activites to suit just about every preference for as much, or as little time as you'd like. So go straight to the head of the line & give yourself permission to just “be” for a little while. You’ll be pleased as punch that you did.
A retreat stay can be a life-changing experience & release you from negative thoughts, routines & unhealthy habits. It’s really all about you. Whether you want to escape stress, learn healthy habits or just indulge in a little pampering a visit to a retreat can completely rejuvenate you in just a few days.
Australia’s best retreats offer a range of packages from 2 days - 10 or more. Typcially residing in the heart of a richly, diverse natural landscape retreats allow you to choose by type of activity, location, cost & style such as cooking, nutrition, weight loss, meditation, spa therapies, sports & fitness, stress management – the list is endless. Go it alone, with friends or join a group. Whatever you choose, the investment in your wellbeing is well worth it.
Note: MojoGuru does not recommend any treatment, therapy or particular provider. We do not recommend that you self-diagnose. If you are suffering from a health condition and before starting a new treatment or therapy, we do recommend that you first consult a GP. More