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Tips on Packing for an Upcoming Wellness Retreat

Written by Karl Perera BA, MA, DipLC
Updated: June 24th, 2020

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Wellness retreats are a resourceful way for individuals to relax, relieve stress, and learn how to adopt a healthier lifestyle. They are programs put together by resorts and health experts designed to teach participants how to utilize various therapies, studies, and techniques to enhance their mental and physical well-being.

If you’ve never had the pleasure of going on one of these trips, you’re probably concerned over what to pack. Unlike a traditional vacation, lots of the things you’ll need to enjoy your trip will be provided to you by the program heads or resort. Be that as it may, you do want to make sure you have a few things of your own on hand. Here’s a list of what to take with you for your upcoming wellness retreat.

Comfortable Clothing

 


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A wellness retreat isn’t about fashion or beauty, it’s more about focusing on your inner health and well-being. So, when thinking of clothes to pack for your trip, try to keep it casual and comfortable. Leave the trendy clothes and shoes at home and opt for more suitable attire like yoga pants and shirts, sweatpants, shorts, socks, athletic shoes, and comfy underwear like supportive bras and panties.

Swimwear

You won’t be tied to an itinerary the entire time you’re on your wellness retreat. During that downtime, you can catch a tan on the beach or go for a dip in the resort pool. That means you’ll want to make sure you’ve packed some swimwear like a bandeau bikini or a fashionable one-piece swimsuit.

Journal

During your time at the wellness retreat, you will learn a lot about yourself, others, the environment around you, and ways to live a better life. Though you’ll likely receive pamphlets and other reading materials to refer back to, documenting your experiences is also recommended. Having a journal on hand allows you to vent, log what you’ve learned, and recount your experiences and emotions as you went through them.

Reading Materials

Remember, you want to find productive things to do during your time at the wellness retreat. When you’re not participating in activities or out exploring the area, you can catch up on your reading. Reading is relaxing, therapeutic, and can further assist you in recharging and transitioning to positive living. Try to look for self-help books or reading materials that will add value to your healing journey.

Snacks

Though some meals may be included in your wellness retreat expenses, having some snacks is still a good idea. You never know when you might get hungry and depending on where you’re staying, food could be costly or not easily accessible. Bring along healthy snack options like nuts, dried fruit, or snack bars.

Sun and Bug Protection

No matter what destination you’ve chosen to travel to for your wellness retreat there is going to be lots of sun and bugs. You can’t get rid of either, but what you should do is protect yourself. Make sure that you’ve packed plenty of sunscreen, a hat, pair of sunglasses, and bug repellent.

Taking a solo trip to a wellness retreat is likely just what you need to truly heal from the inside out. It’s time away from your normal life to relax, unwind, and recharge. More than that, it’s an opportunity to learn from health and wellness experts on how to adapt better habits to continue enriching your life long-term. If you’re going to enjoy yourself on the retreat, it’s a good idea to make sure you’ve packed everything listed above.

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Photo of Karl Perera, MA, DipLC Karl Perera is a fully qualified Life Coach (DipLC), Teacher (MA) and author of Self Esteem Secrets. He has taught at various universities including Durham, Leicester and Anglia Ruskin, Cambridge. He has run More-SelfEsteem.com since 1997 and is an expert in Self Esteem and Self Confidence.