Tag "travel"

Meditating at the Banteay Srei in Cambodia

For some of us, Yoga is a private communication of who we are and what we are. Meditation is an integral part of this communication. Up until now, I would

12 Must Sees of the Midwest- A Yoga Getaway!

You don’t have to travel overseas or even to a coast for tranquility, culture, history, great food and great yoga! You can find it right in the heart of America. Plan your next yoga getaway to the midwest. Bloomington, Indiana is rich with lush landscape and a variety of yoga and activities for all.

Looking for a Yoga Getaway?

Looking to escape the grind and relax your mind, body and spirit? You deserve the elegance and serenity of the Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain! Sneak peak here!

What Travel Has Taught Me About Eliminating Unnecessary Things from My Life

Travel is a good motivator for helping me realize it’s okay to remove useless things from my life…

Why Should You Take a Yoga Holiday?

Travel has immeasurable benefits for the soul. It teaches you how to have patience, communicate with language barriers and practice your listening skills in tough circumstances…

4 Simple Ways To Stay Grounded

While getaways can be very therapeutic, staying grounded while on the go can be a challenge. Stay grounded during your travel with these simple tips.

Restore Your Mind, Body & Soul in Costa Rica

Imagine a view of tropical jungles, the Pacific Ocean as far as the eye can see, the sounds of waterfalls and nature all around, and the comforts and privacy of

The Joule Hotel: A Real Dallas Gem

When you think of Dallas, a few things may come to mind. Barbecue, boots and them Cowboys.  While Dallas is rich in carnivores, western stores, and football fans, there is

Get Thee To A Retreat

Retreats are amazing in what they can provide us. Massages, and body treatments to bring you to immediate bliss!

Finding Peace and Spirituality at Ocean View Terrace

Practicing yoga surrounded by such stunning views of nature all within a cemetery, mirrors our journey of life, with the reminder that life is fleeting and the present moment is something to be savored.