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Looking for a rejuvenating getaway where you can take care of your mental health, improve your emotional well-being, and deepen your meditation practice in a beautiful location? California is the place par excellence for wellness experiences in North America, which includes fantastic meditation retreats.
The Golden State has long been a mecca for travelers seeking inner peace and relaxation. You can find breathtaking scenarios, rich culture, idyllic beaches, positive vibes, delicious food, and thrilling adventure.
Moreover, since the late 1970s when the term “wellness” was popularized, meditation retreats have been in high demand in California, making some of the best gurus in the world move here and establish excellent meditation schools where you can find the calmness, motivation, and mindfulness you're looking for.
Meditation is the practice of training the mind to maintain awareness in order to achieve a stable state of mind. On a meditation getaway in California, you’ll get the help you need to set a regular practice. In case you’re already a committed practitioner, you’ll find the guidance and inspiration to take your practice to the next level.
From beach lodges in the south to the remote northern regions, luxurious hotels, monasteries and ashrams, you can find all types of amazing settings for a meditation retreat in California. And it doesn’t matter the reason why you decide to join one, rest assured that you’ll find a new and brighter way of looking at life.
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“The Yoga instruction was excellent. The view was breathtaking. The breakfast was healthy. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly.”
“A truly life changing experience and one I could not recommend highly enough ”
“Atmosphere, people, discussions, accommodating.”