The Chopra Center (as in Deepak Chopra) offers Ayurvedic wellness, retreats, meditation, and courses.
Eremito is an Italian monastery retreat that was featured in the Washington Post in January 2020. It’s 90 minutes north of Rome and its focus is silence. You can do yoga, meditate, hike, or relax in the outdoor hot tub–what’s not to like!
Feathered Pipe Ranch in Montana near Helena offers different types of retreats for mind, body, and spirit. I’ve retreated here numerous times and always loved it!
Geraldine Charters offers summer retreats for women, couples, and corporate groups (for up to six people) on her 45-foot Viking Power yacht (Cedar Island Marina, Clinton, CT). You can also read Geri’s inspiring memoir about finding her soul mate at an age when most people are sending kids off to college.
Hike and Heal has wellness retreats with a focus on nature for adults and youth, as well as groups.
Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health in Massachusetts has yoga classes, wellness, creativity, Ayurveda, meditation, and more.
Meadowkirk Delta Farm in Middleburg, VA, provides a beautiful setting to hold your group retreat.
Omega Institute in the Hudson Valley, NY, offers retreats and courses. I wrote one of my memoir drafts here.
Path Retreats offers personal growth through mindfulness and meditation.
Retreat Finder focuses on retreat centers around the world in all types of categories (personal growth, animal therapy, mind/body/spiritual, relationships, team building, and more).
The Retreat Company is another consolidator for retreats where you can search by type and location.
Retreat Guru is “the world’s largest collection of authentic wellness retreats.” Use their search engine to find one that suits your goal (yoga, meditation, spirituality, wellness, adventure, and creativity, to name a few).
Retreats Online is another clearinghouse for all sorts of retreats (yoga, spiritual/religious, wellness, creativity, outdoor adventure). Find a retreat by subject, dates, and location.
Woman Within offers programs to help other women know and embrace all parts of themselves. Their nonprofit communities encourage women to support one another in fully living the lives they want.