Like meditation or yoga, relating to nature through food is a practice. It’s not just about tucking into a great plate of food and saying thanks. That’s important. But, holistically developing new rituals in the kitchen, supermarket and dinner table
You’ve just returned from your spectacular yoga retreat. You look out of the window and wonder who stole the sweeping vistas of volcanoes and replaced them with stifling skyscrapers. You laugh at how it’s possible that you're actually missing those h
“When you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all your thoughts break their bonds: Your mind transcends limitations, your consciousness expands in every direction, and you find yourself in a new, great and wonderful world.
While many people like to unplug completely during their meditation practice, others prefer to use technology or other tools to aid their practice. Whether you're new to meditation or exploring ways to deepen your practice, you should consider trying
Guest Post by Karen Dodd So you want to go on a retreat. But do you want to retreat? What is the first thought that takes your mind, catches your imagination when you look at those sunny pictures, the beach, the sunsets? The fun that you and your New
Guest post by Anais Frin Most of us love both, but would no doubt always choose to not shower over not eating! I used to think the same way. But during a 10 days Yoga retreat in Jamaica I discovered that depriving myself from food can do me good, s
Guest post by Tom Thumb - Whereas it might have been tempting to run retreats where everyone hangs on my every well-rehearsed word, I decided to create retreats where no one is told what to do, think or believe. Instead I prepare a space without dogm
RetreatPlace has joined efforts with HumanWire.org to help a Syrian refugee family. We believe that to find peace within ourselves, we must help others find a little peace in their lives. Little Osama (above), his mother Kafaa, and father Obaid were