Integrative Medicine in a Retreat ContextMahendra Shah
We seek a more holistic approach—one that sees the whole being, rather than merely a combination of parts, systems, and (all too often) symptoms. More..
How do you prepare yourself to teach a retreat so that you can effectively hold space for others while remaining nourished and energized? More..
On the spiritual path, why is it necessary or valuable to have the guidance of a teacher, or "guru"? And, if you choose to work with a guru, how do you find one that is authentic? More..
Plant medicine is all the rage, and for good reason - it's powerful and tranformative. However, the sound healing aspect of shamanism deserves its own attention for its profound ability to open the heart and give an experience of enlightenment. More..
Do you offer gender-specific retreats? If so, you'll want to take a look at crafting a policy on gender. More..
The type of yoga you teach will drive the type of retreat experience you create. The basis for any yoga retreat is your intent. More..
We believe human beings are innately wise and kind. But this wisdom, although always present, can be covered up. Going on retreat is a beautiful way to reconnect to basic sanity and health. Our aspiration at Retreat Guru is to inspire people to experience authentic retreats and reconnect with their innate wisdom.