New Year, new me?


Let's be real, we like the idea of looking at the new year as a time for growth and reflection. However, there's no need to change who you are when you can do things that will help you use all of the lessons from previous years to help you flourish in 2019.

Reflection and community can be crucial in creating a foundation that allows you to get to new heights. In honor of that, we've compiled a list of 6 wellness retreats that can assist you with growing, reflecting, and glowing in 2019. Scroll through the gallery to learn more:

1. Glow In OM - The Summit

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You may already be a part of the OMNoire community on social media, but if not, OMNoire is a wellness social community for women of color. Their goal is to guide women of color to live well from the inside out. If you're looking for a retreat to help you get into alignment, you may want to check out their Glow In OM Summit taking place April 25-28th at the coveted Miraval Resort in Tucson, Arizona.

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Are there any other wellness retreats that should be on our radar? Put us on in the comments down below.

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