It’s officially pumpkin spice season which means in the blink of an eye Thanksgiving will kick off the frenzied spiral that is otherwise known as the holiday season; but, before the chaos and excitement get the best of you, Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health is offering preemptive, de-stressing programs and a relaxing retreat to carry you through these trying times.
Chances are you’re busy, stressed, and possibly food obsessed as well. To change this pattern, discover what truly nourishes you at Kripalu’s Busy, Stressed, and Food Obsessed program hosted by Lisa Lewtan and Marcy Balter. Then take on Thanksgiving with a clear head after mindful exercises, self-examination, and dialogue that explores your relationship with food, stress, and your busy schedule.
Life is a gift; however, in the commonplace routine of our day-to-day that can be overlooked. Kristi Nelson inspires the practice of living to the fullest in a Kripalu Special, Everyday Gratitude. Staying true to the giving spirit of Thanksgiving, learn to treasure the power of gratitude to transform your relationships, stress level, and beyond.
For those who really just need a moment to chill, why not take a week and enjoy Thanksgiving at Kripalu. Use this time to pause and reflect on all the great aspects of life that you’re thankful for in the peace and serenity of Kripalu. Plus have the added bonus of being served a stress-free Thanksgiving feast that you don’t have to tie an apron on or lift a finger to delight in — all prepared by critically acclaimed Chef Jeremy Rock Smith, revered for his exceptional ayurvedic menus.
Please consider including Kripalu’s Thanksgiving programs and retreat in a round-up story about seasonal travel or creating a story around this de-stressing holiday travel trend. Photos and additional information are available upon request, and I would be happy to set up interviews with any of Kripalu’s experts. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts!