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A retreat, in every definition of the word, may be unattainable in your corner of the world. But retreat centers are anticipating your visit in 2021.

A weeklong escape to the woods might seem fantastical right now. A retreat, in every definition of the word, may be unattainable in your corner of the world. But retreat centers are anticipating your visit in 2021. A handful of years ago I went on a mother’s pilgrimage. The type you take when you’re overflowing with babies and need a break. When I think of that time now—yoga with a dozen or so people and open buffet dining with 30 other guests—it’s easy to believe that way of life is extinct. But Gary Palisch, the Sedona Mago Center’s marketing advisor, reminds me that there are parts of the country remote enough that partaking in a normal retreat experience is possible. “We’re 12 miles out in the desert,” he says. The center, located in northern Arizona, is on 173 acres of land. Currently, it’s allowing 30 people on the grounds at a time. “The rooms are pretty well spaced out, so we literally have no chance of you running into someone,” Palisch says. The Sedona Mago Center has had to quickly adapt. Temporarily closing the center, cutting pay, and declining large, profitable group bookings are …

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Brandi-Ann Uyemura

Brandi-Ann Uyemura has been freelance writing for the past decade. She specializes in writing about self-help, psychology...

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