Don’t Bring These: What You Shouldn’t Bring on Your Wellbeing Retreat

When you decide to take part in a wellbeing retreat, you need to be full committed to the holiday to get the maximum yield from it. These holidays are designed to make you one with nature and yield benefits for your relaxation and health, so there are a few things that you need to leave at the door to get everything you can from the retreat.

Electronics and Work

This holiday aims to be a world away from the stresses and strains of your regular daily life, so make sure you leave distractions at home. Electronics and work will prevent you from relaxing, so leave them for when you get home.

Bad Habits and Vices

Your mind set as well as your physical body will be catered for at the retreat, so it is important to leave bad habits at the door. Smoking, caffeinated drinks and unhealthy snacks will all hinder your progress and enjoyment of the time away, so make a pact with yourself to stop these. After your holiday you will be detoxed and the cravings will have substantially reduced.

Closed Minds

It is all too easy to drop into a negative mind set which will prevent you from getting the most out of the retreat. Deciding to be open minded and try as many new experiences as you can during your time there will not only make the experience more fun, but will show you how powerful the state of mind really is. Most of all, enjoying the retreat is not a chore, but the start of a new you.