Rahul’s desk is always loaded with the mountain of work. He never seems to switch off – client calls, project meetings, releases, constant headaches, and countless cups of coffee, pretty much define his everyday life. He often uses the excuse of being busy to tell him that he could not take better care of himself. His work makes him fly, but he keeps entering the cycle of burnout every week. He really needs to take a pause from his fast life and establish a foundation of his well-being.
Ankur is a one-man army who has been running a couple of businesses for a while. Mind you; he is a terrific entrepreneur. His entrepreneurial life exposes to him certain challenges where he sometimes feels the desperation of visiting a place with zero distractions, introspect, work on him and make some better business and personal decisions.
Ritu is a tour guide which means that she travels to a new place every month. While traveling, she gets best of the best of everything – food, accommodation, and experiences. We may laugh to know that she still craves for a vacation. Not because traveling is her work and she is jaded by the tantrums of the guests. Her guests love her and adore her. She is tired of taking whirl winding holidays where they strictly adhere to the plan, to-do lists, always have taxis to catch, and a fixed time to do everything. She often feels the need for relaxing on vacation.
We, at Transforming Travels, strongly feel that Rahul, Ankur and Ritu, and more people like them need Wellness Retreats.
Wellness Retreats set up a favorable environment for participants to work on themselves, and integrate the wholesomeness into their usual life. Yoga, meditation, digital detoxification, Reiki, and Massage are some of the components of such retreats. These therapies help people to disconnect from the chaos of everyday life, relax and focus on their well-being. The benefits are reaped even after returning to daily life. Wellness Retreats serve as an excellent way to recharge people.