This is a guest post by our upcoming retreat leader Scott Masciarelli
Every time I travel I return home and end up looking at something just a little bit differently. Sometimes its things that need attention in my home, a business challenge which I’ve been focusing on or a relationship needing clarity. What I have found is that the action of travel naturally shifts perspective for me. The distance created by leaving, doing, experiencing something new and being in a different environment is a natural invitation for a fresh outlook.
I travel for the following reasons:
- An opportunity to immerse myself in a new culture.
- Rest and relaxation allowing for rejuvenation.
- The chance to learn something new.
On many adventures two out of three reasons are achieved. Those trips are always successful. Then, there are those times when all three are present in the same travel experience. A great example of this is the Center for Transformational Coaching upcoming Coach’s Retreat – Bali 2016. The Coach’s Retreat is the inaugural, annual event for coaches and holistic practitioners designed to provide a new cultural experience with an opportunity for learning and plenty of rest and relaxation allowing participants to recharge and rejuvenate.
It will be the opportunity to connect with a like-minded group in the peace and tranquility of a luxurious eco-resort as you focus on a question or project which you would like to develop. The Coach’s Retreat also requires travel to beautiful Bali, Indonesia. Its focus is on you and your self-care providing a chance for you to refresh, re-energize and re-imagine. Going on retreat is the perfect way to shift perspective.
Find out more about this important retreat at Floating Leaf Eco-Luxury Retreat on the Coach’s Retreat page
Scott Masciarelli, PCC, BCC – Retreat Leader and Coach