Kaizen well-being retreats are perfectly tailored to take you on a journey to rejuvenate all systems of the body, calm the mind and restore peace.
Based on the Chinese philosophy of health it is said that our body structure, emotional tendencies, temperaments, behaviours, illnesses and moods are a synergy between five elements: Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water.
In order to restore balance and sustain a healthy life there needs to be an equilibrium between these elements within our bodies. Understanding and addressing your unique structure and natural rhythms will help you feel refreshed, nurtured and ready to thrive in your everyday life.
Find out your core elementtake the 'Five element' blueprint.
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Wood element retreat
Detoxify your mind and body for growth and change. Purify and decongest to gain balance. Release nervous tension to feel light and free.
Fire element retreat
Restore your natural movement, warmth, vitality and energy. This retreat incorporates natural cooling and soothing activities for body, mind and spirit.
Earth element retreat
Restore equilibrium to ground body and mind. Bring skin to its optimum healthy state, natural brightness and radiance.
Metal element retreat
Clear away the old to prepare for the new. Harvest, rejuvenate and boost your natural body reserves. Provide your body, mind and spirit with the extra nourishment it needs.
Water element retreat
Nurture, hydrate, support and calm your body, mind and spirit. Boost your skin’s dryness caused by excessive wind, cold or heating.
“It takes a special person to help you achieve 100% true happiness. That's how I felt walking away from Kaizen detox retreat, truely internally happy.
I would recommed anyone who needs a 'pick me up' regardless of your circumstances to go see Andrea or attend the detox retreat. Since returning I have been promoted, fixed broken relationships and felt relaxed and happy for the first time in a long time.
Do yourself a favour and invest in your happiness, go to the Kaizen retreat