Reducing stress is something we would all like to do. There are daily stress reducing tips we can follow but sometimes we need more. We need to get away from the daily grind. We need to put down the dishes. We need to a little break in between those big projects. We need a recharge of the batteries. Basically we need a vacation! Where to go for stress management? Stress vacations need to avoid the pitfalls of the normally family vacation. Those types can lead to more stress than they actually reduce. Lucky for us all there is an excellent article with 10 retreat ideas to help reduce stress.
By Carolyn Gregoire
From Huffington Post
Reducing Stress is Easy with These 10 Retreats!
For stressed-out city dwellers, silent retreats — being dubbed one of the biggest “travel trends” of 2013 — may be the perfect antidote to the constant noise of busy, work-driven urban lives. Although these Walden-esque getaways are not for the faint-hearted (the retreats require days of solitude and zero interaction with technology, in most cases), their restorative benefits are many. Increasingly, travelers seeking relaxation, balance and spiritual renewal are heading to meditation centers from the Berkshires to Big Sur in search of simplicity.
Peace and quite has been reducing stress for a number of years. From simply sitting in silence enjoying a peaceful landscape to group meditation, there is certainly something for everyone. Learning what helps you reduce stress, will help you design your perfect get away stress retreat.
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