What are the Benefits of a Long-Term Stay?
While our recommended stay is two weeks, you are welcome to stay for as long as you like. Guests choose Skyterra for many different reasons, and no two wellness journeys are the same.
Lose the Weight for Good in LoseSmart
The LoseSmart approach to weight loss focuses on your total body and your total lifestyle. During the four-week program, you will move well, eat nourishing foods, and enjoy yourself not only while you're here, but for the long run.
If your goal is to lose weight, we help you to accomplish it in a way that is effective and sustainable. At LoseSmart, you will focus on changing the composition of your body through fat loss, which is the key to long-term weight control.
Illness and Injury Recovery
Cancer, chemotherapy, accidents, injuries, surgery, medications – your doctor manages these, but when it comes to improving prevention and bettering your quality of life, the burden falls on your lifestyle.
Reclaim your vitality with a long-term stay. Nurture your strength, mobility and energy levels under the caring eyes of experienced professionals. Through personalized coaching, you can create nourishing new habits that will further your health, recovery and longevity long after you leave our property.
Recovery from Loss or Trauma
The emotional burdens of grief and post-traumatic stress weigh down our bodies, minds and hearts. It is essential to care for yourself as lovingly as possible as you process the past and push forward into your new life.
When you're here, all you need to do is be kind to yourself. Join us for some mood-elevating cardio classes and calming breathwork, or spend some solo time relaxing. No matter what, you are encouraged to honor all of your needs and find the things that make you want to embrace life again. Through private guidance sessions and the sharing of stories, you can learn ways to acknowledge the past without letting it take over.
A retreat is an excellent way to optimize a work sabbatical or contemplate a change in careers. Ground yourself so you can make your next decisions from a centered and rejuvenated mindset.
Work-related stress is one of the most common driving forces behind a career change or occupational burnout. It also has enormous impacts on your health. Open yourself up to new stress management approaches. You’ll set forth on a path of greater balance, vitality, peace, and self-assuredness, which will serve you both professionally and personally.
Self-Care for Caregivers
Self-care isn’t selfish! You are there for the people in your life – supporting them, encouraging them to be their best, maybe even nursing them through injuries or illness. But in order to serve others, you must take care of yourself first. Take time to get to know yourself again and get to the bottom of what keeps you going.
As the old saying goes, “You can not pour from an empty cup.” A stay at Skyterra will help you fill your cup. While you’re here, we take care of you. You are free to focus on cultivating strength, energy, resilience, stress management strategies, and overall better health.
Improve Self-Esteem and Body Image
Self-esteem and body image issues complicate our relationship with ourselves and our bodies. A long-term stay gives you time to replace self-defeating thoughts and actions with positive affirmations and behaviors.
Our team will help you define and achieve wellness goals that actually serve you instead of just wearing you down. Learn to increase your confidence and change your mindset, warding off depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and self-sabotage in the process.
For those struggling with binge eating and emotional eating, Freedom With Food can help you heal your relationship with food.
“I decided to attend the retreat after a difficult 10 months following the death of my wife. I arrived exhausted in every which way ... I left renewed. My physical stamina has a new baseline. My nutritional knowledge has broadened significantly. My psychological resilience has begun to return. There are insufficient words to fully describe my satisfaction with the entire gestalt of the retreat, and I unreservedly recommend it."
— Jack R. via Google