If you don’t have the time or money for a vacation or a week-long retreat, that doesn’t mean you can’t give yourself the break you need. Follow these suggestions to take an at-home mini-retreat!
How do you stay connected to your spiritual practice while traveling? Consider re-affirming your sadhana during your trip with these five tips.
It’s no secret eating healthy is easier when you’re in your normal daily routine vs. when you’re traveling for work or on vacation. But with a little planning and preparation, you can maintain your healthy eating habits even while on-the-go.
The days are longer and lighter, and that can only mean one thing: it’s time to play outside! Whether you’re headed out on a road trip, a day hike, or a month-long backpacking adventure, make sure you think ahead and practice these six safety tips.
Unplugging from technology can be a difficult thing—even on vacations. Here are eight tips for decreasing screen time and increasing quality time.
Skip the squabbles, boost your travel stamina, and make your trip a mindfulness journey with these on-the-road inspired yoga poses.
In a world where your time and energy is hijacked by your busy schedule, it’s important to remember what grounds you. Take care of your body—spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical—with these yoga poses you can do anywhere.
Your first visit to India will be a total sensory experience, with a plethora of sights, tastes, smells, and sounds. Here’s a glimpse of what to expect.
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.