Retreating from Reality

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When your life is social media, there isn’t a lot you can do to escape it. You post and share all that you are. You put yourself out there and that just becomes your life. You get used to staying digitally connected all the time and that often leads to feeling disconnected in other parts of your life. At least, that is how I feel sometimes. I feel like every once in a while, I think of what my life would be like if I didn’t put so much energy into my personal “brand”. Then again,  I love what I do, so I am choosing to put my focus into what I love! However, I’ve been realizing time and time again that it’s equally important to focus on my mental health and well-being.

Practicing Yoga has always been something that has given me the sense of reconnecting to myself. I used to practice at least 3 times per week and I wouldn’t be able to miss a day because I would feel like I was letting myself down. Lately, I am lucky if I practice at all.

In an effort to get back to myself, I have been debating going on a Yoga Retreat. I have heard so many powerful things about them. Most people come back feeling rejuvenated, and some come back being completely changed.  I’ve been using Bookyogaretreats.com to explore and amazed at how affordable some of these places are. You can get a full program, accomodations and food for under $15oo if you wanted to.

Here are the two that have caught my eye. You can also check them out by visiting BookYogaRetreats.com!

Would you ever consider doing one? Have you done one before? I’d love to hear your thoughts on them in the comments below!

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*this post has been brought to you by Bookyogaretreats.com, however all opinions and thoughts are my own.

 

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  • That actually sounds really good! I recently read a book about a man who went to a meditation retreat (a little bit different) but he disconnected from social media and whatnot and it really made him realize how much buzzing is actually going on in our personal lives that we just don’t pay attention to!
    I’d love to do something like this one day 🙂

    http://www.lindseyginge.com

  • Sepideh

    I would totally consider doing a yoga retreat, but somewhere warm so there’s a beach! But I’m not sure about shelling out $1,500…
    I agree that it’s important to tune out from social media, even though as bloggers, we rely on it so much. If I’m not feeling particularly inspired or I’m feeling exhausted, I try not to push myself to participate in social media because then I’ll just drain myself and feel frustrated. I’ll instead take time for myself to gain my energy and inspiration back instead of faking it and posting on social media when I don’t feel like it.
    http://www.elleisforlove.com