Tired of being tired after you fly? Travel is one of the greatest things you can do in your life! Experiencing other cultures, seeing sites hundreds and thousands of years old is worth all the miles. But, getting to where you’ve been dreaming of and feeling jet lag is the worst. And, for some means not traveling somewhere because there isn’t “enough” time to get used to the time zone or you’ll have jet lag when you get home. What if you didn’t have to deal with Jet lag at all? Where would you go?
Do you manifest, goal set or vision board? I do all of them! And, while I know that not everything will go exactly as I plan I love writing down my goal for the next year/s and trying them all on for size.
As someone who hits over 100,000 miles in air travel a year I’ve got some go-to tips on what to pack when I travel and when I go on a retreat! I’m often asked what I bring and my favorite things to pack. So, to help you pack for your retreat I’ve got my go-to …
I used to think that traveling was too difficult, too expensive and “not something for someone like me.” Does any of that sound familiar to you? But, then I had to take a trip, on my own to another country. I had to plan it out, go all the way to Brazil (a whole days journey). It was the best thing I ever had to do for myself and it was entirely out of my budget but when I got home and realized I hadn’t broken the bank and a two-week vacation was absolutely necessary I made a point to find ways to travel more and to help others travel too! Thus, my Pilates Retreats were born.
I remember one of the first retreats I went on. I chose it because the original one I wanted to go on was far too expensive after I added on the flight there and back. Which is why when I started to create my own I decided they would be affordable Pilates retreats. My Pilates …
On a Pilates Retreat like the one I am doing in February to Angkor Wat you are going to enjoy more than just Pilates and touring of the Temples! On a Pilates Retreat in Angkor you are going to meet and make friendships with all those in the group.
When Joseph Pilates created his method it was first designed on the Mat. Yes, Pilates is now done on a whole host of special equipment but in the beginning, there was just the mat. The mat is how I fell in love with Pilates and it also is a great way for anyone to enjoy …
As a Pilates instructor, I practice Pilates at least three, mostly four times a week. I practice what I teach! I want my clients doing Pilates with me or at home a few times a week and maybe a few minutes extra on their off days. When you do Pilates something amazing happens. Your mind focuses solely one what you are doing in that moment. The whirlwind slows, the angst, nerves, stress and excitement of the day take a chill pill for that moment.
You plan your next trip back to do it all over again! … We arrived here on Sunday, March 5th, and our personal tuk-tuk driver Poly took us to our retreat space. I knew this space would be unique and calm. I was not expecting it to be this artistic oasis with plenty of meditation spots, hammocks, mango trees with branches that provided a canopy from the Cambodian sun and bungalows with handmade mosaic floors.
A trip to Angkor Wat is already on your “bucket list” check that box off in 2017 by joining me on a journey of a lifetime. Arriving on a Sunday evening at Siem Reap, Cambodia airport I’ll have your Tuk-Tuk driver already there. They will bring you to our resort. Blue Indigo located in downtown Siem Reap. We will have the whole resort to ourselves and enjoy Vegetarian meals made on site. This retreat has daily Pilates mat classes, two workshops and two days touring the Temples with a guide. What are you waiting for?