A shinrin-yoku retreat provides opportunities to rebuild a healthy connection with nature and improve your well-being.
These three retreats are designed to help you celebrate the holiday season, reconnect with your partner, or rediscover yourself and your purpose.
These getaways combine adventure with health-enhancing options, leaving you feeling recharged and ready for anything.
This popular essential oil can help boost your health and happiness.
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Artistic retreats can help you break away from daily routines and make delving into your imagination easier — and more productive — than ever.
No-frills restorative spas offer few amenities, but plenty of relaxation and stress relief. Plus, they’re budget-friendly.
Part yoga festival, part rave, the Wanderlust Festival feeds the mind, body and spirit — well into the wee hours.
Not a fan of hardcore camping? “Glamping” gets you out in nature — without sacrificing the comforts of home.
Editor in chief Pilar Gerasimo shares insights from her life-changing trip to a Tibetan monastery.
Fitness buff Jen Sinkler tests her limits — at a mountaintop meditation retreat for beginners.
Honor the significant accomplishments in your life with a vacation to remember.
When big vacations seem too few and far between, shorter trips can remind you what away-time is all about.
Remember when summer used to be fun? Here’s how to discover the joys of the season all over again.
An alarming convergence of overlapping Gantt charts, my life suddenly looks like it’s being meted out in 15-minute increments – because it is.
If doing new things makes us feel good, why do we resist doing them? Here are practical ways to get past our fear of the unknown and make each day an adventure.
Herbert Benson’s book offers scientific proof that mind-body practices can have powerful, gene-altering effects — in a surprisingly short period of time.
Are you measuring your worth by what you get done? Here’s why it’s time to give your productivity-seeking a rest, and go in search of some fun instead.
The former New York advertising executive talks about her motivation to open Vista Caballo, a 160-acre self-directed discovery center on the Innovation Ranch in the Great Sage Plains of Colorado.
Managing your time is important, but learning to manage your energy may be even more critical to your satisfaction and success.
If job-related thoughts dominate most of your waking hours and energy, it may be time to rearrange your priorities and give the other aspects of your life some room to grow.