US Health Retreats - Top 7 Health Retreats In The United States
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The Top 7 Health Retreats In The United States.
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We recommend these health retreats if you want to refresh, renew, relax or rediscover.
7. Canyon Ranch: We recommend that you vacation at Canyon Ranch, a world-class all-inclusive health resort and luxury spa in Tucson, Arizona. The spa complex is 80,000 square feet.
6. Red Mountain Resort: There’s a diversity of vacation experiences from which you can choose at Red Mountain Resort. We suggest you try the Red Mountain Essential Retreat, either solo or with a friend. Daily guided morning hikes and unlimited fitness classes are two of the features in this package.
5. The Pritikin Health Resort & Spa: You’ll love the new location for the Pritikin center. Surrounded by 650 acres of beautiful gardens, the amenities include a fitness center, indoor and outdoor centers for yoga and meditation, an indoor saltwater pool and a spa with more than 100 types of treatments.
4. New Life Hiking Spa: If you’re interested in a mind and body tune-up, New Life Hiking Spa in Vermont’s Green Mountains is the perfect place. Go on a group hike every morning, and choose from a variety of ways to spend the rest of your day.
3. Harbin Hot Springs: If you’re looking for a clothing-optional retreat center with one of the most beautiful hot springs in California, Harbin, two hours north of the San Francisco Bay area, is the place to spend a few days.
2. Blue Heaven Resort and Spa: We recommend Blue Heaven if you’re looking for a peaceful retreat with gorgeous views. Located at an elevation of 3700 feet on Heavenly Mountain in the Blue Ridge Mountains, this is the retreat and spa location to choose if you want to relax.
1. Shambhala Mountain Center: When you stay at this retreat in the Rocky Mountains, you can choose to stay in lodge rooms with private baths, shared dormitories or tent cabins on wooded hillsides. The Shambhala Vision is that all human beings have a fundamental nature of basic goodness. This belief is explored in the classes taught at the retreat.