• Is silence the next wellness luxury?

    Aircrafts above us, cars next to us and building sites surrounding us; the modern urbanized world is overflowing with noise pollution that is destructive to our health and well-being. It is therefore no surprise that people long for silence and tranquillity to bring clarity to their lives. The thought of spending time in complete silence, as you sometimes would on a meditation retreat, can seem intimidating and daunting at first; but if you familiarize yourself with the topic, you will discover how useful and important this is for modern society.

  • The Benefits of a Silent Meditation Retreat

    The Benefits of a Silent Meditation Retreat


    For some, the idea of spending hours in endless silence might seem a daunting prospect, but first consider the benefits of a silent meditation retreat on your health and overall well-being. This reconnecting experience is perfect for those suffering from a stress-induced burnout, for it allows you time to reconsider your hectic lifestyle and gain a greater understanding of yourself, by developing a more effective coping strategy for managing your stress levels. Whether you are a meditation guru in search of a new challenge or someone who wants to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, there are many long term benefits of a silent meditation retreat that can help address your wellness needs. Find out how absolute, undisturbed silence can benefit your relationship with those around you and help you re-establish a healthier relationship with yourself.

  • Why Sleep is So Important for Your Wellness

    Why Sleep is So Important For Your Wellness


    In the quest for optimal well-being, we often overlook a fundamental aspect of our health: sleep. Despite the average person spending an average of 26 years asleep, many people are guilty of not prioritising it enough, especially during the working week. Due to our modern schedule, where productivity and busyness take centre stage, the importance of quality sleep cannot be overstated.

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