Top 10 Wellness Travel Trends In 2020

Nature focused wellness getaways

John Muir very beautifully says, “Keep close to Nature’s heart… and break clear away, once in a while, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.”

Spending time in nature has scientifically proven to be one of the essential elements of healing, spiritual growth, and wellness. Scientists say that walking along the beach, bathing in natural springs, strolling in the forest, connecting to trees helps increase a sense of wellbeing and connection.

There are hundreds of wellness retreats around the world that are nestled amid the nurturing beauty of mother nature, welcoming people to connect deeply with nature. Connection to nature releases the feel-good hormones of dopamine and serotonin, leading to feelings of bliss and peace.

Men and women retreats and gatherings 

Now more than ever, men and women are gathering to heal and connect. Men circles and women circles are getting more and more popular as both genders break free from isolation.

All men need other men who they can trust and find brotherhood in. All women need other women who they can find warmth and sisterhood in. There are many retreats, especially for men, to come together, share their stories, their struggles, their victories, and reignite the lost brotherhood.

Women retreats are held all around the world were women come together to connect, share stories, share wisdom, and to support one another.

Sound healing

Mehtab Benton, a master of sound healing, says, “In sound we are born, in the sound we are healed.” Sound is a potent tool for the healing of the human mind, body, and soul. The ancient texts say that the universe came from a sound, and that sound was Om.

Sound is what connects the whole world together. Music and sound is what make us feel alive, connected, and peaceful. The right kind of sound has many healing codes in it, and people all around the globe offer sound healing retreats to heal the body, mind, and soul. Gong - the Native American drum, singing bowls, flute are some of the instruments used for sound healing.

Greif oasis

As Kate McGahan says, “The dealing with grief cannot be bypassed. It is a road you must walk, a race you must finish, and no one else can do it for you. If you try to sneak through it without it seeing you, it will seep into your life when you least expect it. Grief will not let you go until you satisfy what it came to teach you.”

Grief is a natural part of life. With the death of a loved one, grief can come up any time in our lives, and our society is often not equipped to support people who are grieving.

Fortunately, there are retreats around the world that offer support during the time of grieving. Grieving is an art, and when accepted gracefully can show you the deep treasures that lay hidden in the heart.

Digital detox  

We are entering the age of technology with 5g, touch laptops, and so much more. Our society is becoming automated where machines can do a lot of work in the office, at home, and in other places.

Digital detox helps us take a break from our phones, laptops, and Wi-Fi and connect more deeply to Mother Nature and our inner being. With our constant focus outwards on tv, phones, and laptop, we can start to feel disconnected.

One of the top wellness travel trends is digital detox getaways and retreats, helping us take a break from technology and connect more to natural technology like mother earth and our bodies.

Spiritual growth

People all around the world are waking up and growing spiritually. Now more than ever, meditation, yoga, and other spiritual practices are practiced all over the world, and there is a global awakening taking place.

With the global awakening, retreats focused on spiritual growth and spiritual awakening are offered all around the globe. Yoga retreats, meditation retreats, chanting retreats, and so many other forms of spiritual retreats fall under wellness travel trends.

Self-care sabbatical  

Self-care is a vital aspect of living a healthy life. If we don’t take care of ourselves - our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual wellbeing, then we cannot truly take care of others. We cannot pour from an empty cup, and self-care means first to fill our own cup.

Many self-care wellness retreats are located around the globe that offers the best spas, massage therapies, warm water therapies, organic food, Ayurveda retreats and everything else that includes taking care of our precious selves.

Genetic Profiling 

One of the most exciting wellness travel trends is a genetic profile. Now it has become easier to detect what food to eat, what exercises are best for us, and so much more just with a saliva test. The saliva tests reveal information about our genes and what is the best lifestyle for us, depending upon our genetic profile.

Retreats around the world are coming up with this unique method for creating wellness.

Sleep healing 

A fast-paced world and a busy life leave many of us with insomnia, and sometimes we don’t have the time to sleep because we are so busy working. Hectic schedules and responsibilities cause a disturbance in our sleep cycles.

And bam! This is where the sleep healing retreats come in that are focused on providing you the perfect ambiance, food, natural medicines, and other facilities that help you sleep like a baby. Sleeping healing is one of the most exciting wellness travel trends helping many people to have nights of peaceful sleep.

Dance and expansion

Dance is one of the most healing activities we can do for ourselves. Dance is an expression; dance is movement and dance is life. Dancing helps in releasing energy and moving stuck energy within our bodies.

There are dance retreats around the world that offer beautiful spaces for dance therapy and for expansion through dance. 5 Rhythm dance offers amazing dance retreats all around the world.

As Gabrielle Roth, “If you just set people in motion, they'll heal themselves.”

  2020 is going to be a fantastic year with these amazing wellness travel trends booming all around the world. As Virgil says, “the greatest wealth is health,” and he is right. Our greatest wealth is our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health. 

  Modified On Feb-14-2020 03:55:31 AM

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