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Social Media Detox - Weekend Retreat

Rejuvenate, relax and de-stress! This weekend retreat will cocoon you with all things WELLNESS: twice daily yoga (dynamic, metabolism and immune system boosting practice to start the day with a dose of meditation) and in the afternoon restorative, bliss for the body and mind practice.


Gayle's Retreat133564
Little Gayles, Friston, Eastbourne Sussex, GB BN20 0BA
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Type of Event

  • Retreat

Yoga Styles



Dec 9 to
Dec 11
16:15 pmto15:30 pm

The retreat will start on Friday (09/12), at 4.15pm and end on Sunday (11/12) at 3.30pm



Full Description

Everyone will be nourished with 3 daily meals of good quality locally sourced vegetarian organic food and mindful walks.

‘Not to be disloyal to the medium but deleting Twitter from at least your phone really improves mental health and inner conversation’
Alain de Botton (alaindebotton)

A SOCIAL MEDIA DETOX RETREAT is something we all long for but is not always what we think we need.
Most of us won’t admit how much social media means, or has meant, to us. Starting and finishing the day checking our Facebook and Twitter feeds, Instagram accounts or mailboxes; making sure we are up-to-date with all the news and every like/comment attention we have received or given in the virtual world.

Is this all not so draining, distracting and challenging of our focus and concentration?

What if we used the time away to rest our eyes and our minds; to read the book we have always wanted to read, to indulge in a magazine or newspaper, to have a conversation we have always wanted or to enjoy a mindful rural walk without feeling the need to feed our social media followers with posts of the on-route photos?

What would we lose and what would we gain?

You are invited on a journey to discover clarity and focus in your thoughts and a personal perspective on your digital life – the rediscovery of human connection and the power of single tasking.

This weekend is for everyone whose mission is to live well and expand their horizons. No experience of yoga or mindfulness/meditation is necessary and everyone will be respected and encouraged forward.