A retreat is essentially time away from your everyday life, whether you need a break from work or the children or are recovering from a break-up or a personal loss. Whatever you need time off from, a retreat offers an escape to regain yourself, regain control of your life, and discover things about yourself you never knew. By removing yourself from your current situation, a retreat offers you the opportunity to change your outlook and how you deal with your struggles.
Whilst retreats are an essential remedy to modern living, the act of withdrawing on a retreat to find inner peace is not a new one. Just like us today, for centuries men and women have shown the need to draw away in search of an improved sense of self.
The best ideas, insights and solutions came when people were on their own and in places where there is no distraction, no hurry and peace.
The idea for the retreat in the wild came because of all the feedback, reviews and ideas from guests who have been here for a short time and from friends, family and volunteers who stayed with us for a longer period. But what is maybe more important, we speak from our own experience as since we decided to come and live here, it changed us in positive way.