A revolutionary technology-free retreat.

Who are we?

We are a team of people that believe in 'Digital Detox.' a period of time during which a person refrains from using electronic devices such as smartphones or computers, regarded as an opportunity to reduce stress and focus on a greater social interaction in the physical world.

What do we do?

We run technology free retreats with the aim of reconnecting people via experiences that are creative, enjoyable and collaborative. People will leave with a reset relationship with their devices and social media, as well as an enhanced portfolio of new skills and passions.

How do I join?

It's simple. Attend one of our specially designed retreats; and we'll take it from there! From the day you arrive, you will connect with talented people, surreal environments and a range of collaborative, social and inspiring activities.

We have connected with a pool of experts, passionate about their craft, and placed them all under one roof to lead a series of unique activities. You will not only get a chance to attend their sessions, but share personal experiences during the retreat.

D I G I T A L - D E T O X

What is the Digital Detox?

Disconnect to reconnect.

Digital detox refers to a period of time during which a person refrains from using electronic connecting devices such as smartphones and computers. It is regarded as an opportunity to reduce stress, focus more on true social interaction and connection with nature in the physical world.

Hoping for courage.

Claimed benefits include increased mindfulness, lowered anxiety, and an overall better appreciation of one's environment. The best way to detox is by going into nature. Studies have shown that blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension and the level of "stress hormones" like Cortisol all decrease faster in natural settings. Depression, anger and aggressiveness are reduced in green environments and ADHD symptoms in children reduce when they play in green settings.

The Addiction is Real!

80% of smartphone users say checking their phone is the first thing they do in the morning.

Dr. Anna Lembke, a Stanford University psychiatrist and assistant professor in addiction medicine, says she is seeing a classic addictive pattern of behavior in many of her clients who compulsively use the Internet.

"This time, let go your conscious self and act on instinct."

Dr. Elias Aboujaoude, a psychiatrist and the director of Stanford's Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Clinic, says there's also increasing physiological evidence that the use of the Internet can become addictive for some people. He says tolerance builds in people who compulsively use the Internet, just as it does with the use of hard drugs. He sees "people needing more and more time on a particular online video game to get the same kind of euphoric feeling."

The Power of Digital Detox.

Reduces depression, anxiety and insomnia in almost all cases.

UK psychologists have found a strong link between heavy internet use and depression. The research found that 1.2% of the surveyed 1,319 were internet addicts and many of were found to be suffering from depression. During a digital detox, you'll be able to restrict your internet use and you'll see the benefits. Sophie Corlett, of the mental health charity Mind, said: "Evidence suggests that active pursuits such as exercise and socialising with people face-to-face are among the factors that help us stay in good mental health."

Nature walks proven to aid with internet addiction.

Solitude grounds us to the world. It provides the stillness and quiet required to evaluate our lives and reflect on the message in our hearts. In a world where outside noise is coming quicker and louder than ever. True solitude and meditation will always require the intentional action of shutting off the noise and the screens.