Festivals March 2015

Festivals March 2015

Alchemy Event presents the 11th Global Consciousness event:
“Survival of Humanity”

Los Angeles, March 27-29.

Looking to create a new path for humanity and be part of a positive movement? For a global group that believes in new ideas for ways of living and promoting a better future for generations to come?

By | March 14th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

Retreats March 2015


Retreats March 2015

3-Day Liver/Gallbladder Cleanse with Frank Ferranti
Hacienda Hot Springs, Desert Hot Springs, CA, March 29-31

Join internationally known wellness advocate Frank Ferrante and Sedona Wellness practitioners for a three-day cleanse in the heart of Sedona at a private tranquil desert resort, Hacienda Hot Springs Inn. Frank Ferrante is the motivational speaker featured in the […]

By | March 14th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

Sedona Yoga Festival 2015


Seen and Heard: Sedona Yoga Festival 2015

Sedona’s reputation as a spiritual power spot makes it the ideal place for a yoga festival, so it is no wonder that festival founder Marc Titus and producer Heather Sheree Titus created a yoga gathering in the region. The 2015 lineup of talented teachers and musicians, coupled with the […]

By | March 12th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

Island Spa Catalina

Entrance to Island Spa Catalina

Relax overlooking the Pacific Ocean at the Island Spa Catalina in Avalon.

Just a 15-minute helicopter ride, an hour ferry ride, or a leisurely sail from Long Beach rests the beautiful paradise Catalina Island, a popular getaway now made even more appealing thanks to […]

Marina Chetner is a Los Angeles-based Australian freelance writer.
By | February 26th, 2015|Travel|0 Comments

The Art of a Truly Restorative Vacation


“I need a vacation from my vacation.”

We’ve all said it; we’ve all felt it: the blanket of exhaustion that unfurls upon our return from what was supposed to be a relaxing vacation, the disorientation tinged with melancholy that always seems to take us by surprise. Imagining and fantasizing about a trip is energizing. Researching and […]

By | December 16th, 2014|Travel|0 Comments

Yoga on the Road

Travel 3Preparing for a retreat, organizing your bag, incorporating chanting in the car, planning ahead to maintain balance, and packing a warm scarf can help you cultivate equilibrium on your many adventures, wherever your travels take you.

Top 10 Tips for Staying Balanced While […]

By | May 30th, 2013|Travel|1 Comment

On The Road: A Perfect Retreat

Dive Deep Into The Jungles And Beaches Of Costa Rica

Unplug and unwind. These two words influence many a plane ticket purchase. My dream journey checklist includes plenty of sunshine, an expansive lush jungle, big waves and gorgeous Yoga retreat centers. Most importantly, there must be such a minimal number of tourists so I can enjoy […]

By | August 28th, 2010|Travel|0 Comments

Postcard From The Kumbha Mela

It is believed that bathing in the Ganges River, the Ganga, during Kumbha Mela cures the bather of all sins and evils and grants the bather salvation. Sweet deal, right?

This year I attended the second royal bathing day of the Kumbha Mela in Haridwar, India. […]

By | May 27th, 2010|Travel|0 Comments

Prayers From The Navel Of The World

The drought-ridden Indian state of Bihar is achingly poor, chronically dusty and famous for its corrupt politicians and gun-toting bandits. But Bihar has another, quite contrasting distinction, as the place where 2,500 years ago the thirty-five-year-old Guatama Buddha realized the innermost potential of the human mind under the Bodhi tree in the present-day city of […]

By | February 19th, 2010|Travel|0 Comments

Eat, Chant, Practice

Paradise Found Yoga: Retreating For The Soul

When I walked into my room at Sat Guru Nomi Lyons’s Paradise Found, there was a spray of orchids waiting for me. They’re my favorite flower. Lyons knew because it was one of the questions asked in the pre-retreat questionnaire, designed to facilitate a personalized experience in Paradise.

It takes […]

By | August 24th, 2008|Travel|0 Comments