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Take the Time to Breathe

September 29th, 2011 by tanja

Take the Time to BreatheWe are so burdened with life’s crazy journey that sometimes we forget to stop and take some much needed personal time for ourselves. I have learned that if you take the time to stop, listen and breathe just for a few minutes during the day you actually feel better. Some of us have looked for ways to schedule that much needed time into our lives and have booked a lovely yoga retreat that takes the hustle and bustle out of our busy lives and gives us that much needed time.

Yoga brings a sense of calm and balance into our lives so looking for a calm vacation tends to lead us into a direction for a wellness trip and booking a yoga vacation. There is nothing more relaxing than venturing to a beautiful place with flowing landscapes, calm atmosphere and fine dining. For a week you can get completely pampered and not only have your body but your mind transported back to a place of balance.

Escape to a Retreat

Hatha Yoga retreats will help you find the missing puzzle piece and make you whole again. Hatha Yoga follows a slower paced practice focusing on breath and stretching exercises. This helps bring your inner self into harmony with your body. We all know that daily yoga can be one of the best escapes from life’s pressures. Using the Hatha Yoga model and meditation we can allow nature’s landscape to take us away.

Hatha Yoga retreats are designed to give you some quiet alone time along with a schedule including two or more Hatha Yoga classes each day, meditation and even some nearby trips to show you the sites. Some of the best Hatha Yoga retreats tend to be held around places of natural beauty. Beaches, lakes, and mountains can all add to the escape your mind and body are calling for. A yoga teacher will use these wonderful landscapes to incorporate into the teachings.

Going to a Hatha Yoga retreat should make you feel at ease and allow you to be in an environment where all the participants have a feeling of safety and are able to express themselves and explore new ideas. During yoga teaching we must be aware of ourselves and be allowed to let it go. Feeling safe in our environment is important so that we ensure that we get the most out of our practice. Attending a Hatha Yoga retreat should deliver a deeper connection of your spirituality and give you a natural sense of well-being.

Join the Team

Getting your Hatha Yoga certification you can also look for a yoga retreat to stay and work with those looking for their personal escape. There is a personal reward when you help others achieve through yoga practice a balance with exercise and some nurturing of the mind and body. Working in such an atmosphere and with structure you help teach respect for yourself and others, help create a safe environment for everyone which allows them to take off their outside masks and let themselves be who the really are on the inside. Help bring the retreat to everyone involved so they can relax or play and not feel the daily burdens on their shoulders.

Just Take the Time

Going away to a Hatha Yoga Retreat is available to everyone. There are seasonal times to go depending on the destination or any time schedules. It does not matter whether you are single, married, friends, or families come join us at a retreat and take the time to breathe. All fitness levels are welcome. Enjoy your time away to learn how to bring home the better eating habits, and a healthier mind and body.

By tanja