~ AS SEEN IN PRINT, DIGITAL, RADIO & BROADCAST MEDIA ~
NEW YORK TIMES: A Trip To Camp (front page Sunday Styles Section)
NEW YORKER: Into The Woods and Away From Technology
NEW YORK TIMES: Learning to Let Go: First, Turn Off Your Devices
TRAVEL + LEISURE: Summer Camp for Adults, Carry On
NPR – ALL TECH CONSIDERED: At Tech-Free Camps, People Pay Hundreds to Unplug
INC MAGAZINE: Digital Detox – What Not To Bring On Vacation Check-List
FAST COMPANY: Unplug, The Complete Printable Guide
THE UK GUARDIAN US summer camp offers digital detox for tech-addicted adults
MONOCLE MAGAZINE + RADIO: The Urbanist – Fast & Slow Episode 104
NPR/AMERICAN PUBLIC MEDIA: The Story – A Digital Detox From Wired Technology
NEW YORK TIMES: Employers Should Set Boundaries
FAST COMPANY: How To Reclaim Your Digital Life
KOREA NEWS DONGA: The Digital Detox Movement
SUNSET MAGAZINE: The Unplugged Home
INC MAGAZINE: Detox Retreats for Gadget Junkies
HAARETZ INTERNATIONAL: Put Away Your Smartphone and Read This Article
7×7 Magazine: Recharge Your Batteries With A Timeout From Tech
DAILY CANDY: Adult Summer Camps Everywhere
COMPUTER WORLD: Nerd Interupted
EXPERT TRAVEL: Digital Detox Summer Camp
YAHOO SHINE: Kiss Your Kids Goodbye! 7 Summer Camps — for Adults
MATADOR NETWORK: Put Down Your Phone and Slowly Walk Away
BOLD ITALIC: 5 Summer Camps For Adults
REVISTA STUDIO (ITALY): Detox From The Internet in 3 Days
THE INSTITUTE: Could You Unplug?
SF GATE: Get Lost – Grownup Camp
BABBLE: Camp Grounded
INDIAN EXPRESS: Learning To Log Off
PROTEIN: Camp Grounded
iEXPLORE: Summer Camp For Adults
REFINERY 29: How To Digitally Detox In 5 Awesome Steps
READ WRITE WEB: Four Days of Digital Detox, The Ultimate Tech Decelerator
BUZZFEED: An Intervention For Tech Addicts
MNN/CNN: Does Your Life Need A Digital Detox
Huffington Post: 7 Places Where You Can Escape The Internet
PBS Media Shift: Unplugging From Media and Technology
Life Edited: Bottoming Out On Digital, Try a Digital Detox
KRON 4: (Video) Startup offers Digital Detox
BOLD ITALIC: Digital Detox: A Phoneless Happy Hour
LAUGHING SQUID: Camp Grounded, An Unplugged Summer Camp for Grownups
URBAN DADDY: Endless Summer Adult Summer Camp: Now a Thing
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: Rewired – The Psychology of Technology
HUFFINGTON POST: Digital Detox Retreats – Unplug & Recharge
TRAVEL WEEKLY: Travelers Escape from the Digital Deluge
(many international print/digital articles not displayed here ~ coming soon)
Went into detox to re-evaluate the footprint technology has made on my day-to-day life. The things I feared going in, such as being unaware of the time or being unavailable, became the things I embraced and grew fond of. In addition I, came out with a new respect for eating incredibly healthy and delicious vegetarian food. With this in mind, I’ve decided to cut meat out of my diet, starting with red meat tomorrow evening…
They put intricate care and love into the whole experience. In hindsight, I’d would’ve happily paid more. An amazing time where I learned more about my myself than I ever could’ve imagined. Changed my life and then some.
- Jonathan Lally, (previously) Community Manager at Google
The most amazing weekend I’ve had in years.
Thank you Brooke and Levi for a most exquisite weekend at Orr Hot Springs. I greatly appreciate the attention to detail you put into every aspect of the experience. The love and care you expressed in every meal, activity and conversation will stay with me for a long time to come.
It was a rejuvenating time that has recharged my batteries and reminded me of the truly important things in life…connection and presence. Thank you for bringing us all together and creating such a nurturing and nourishing environment. I didn’t miss my technology for one second.
I HIGHLY recommend this retreat for everyone I know. Three days of vegan meals, fresh juices, yoga, meditation, hot springs, hiking, new friends and NO WORK TALK or TECHNOLOGY.
- Kyra Reed, Social Branding and Strategy Consultant
The Digital Detox gave me a place to connect to others without judgements or perceptions based on what ‘they do,’ but rather gave us all a chance to bond more deeply through an inward and outward experience of nature, meditation, yoga and good food. I felt nourished on several levels. Being away from technology was relaxing, but I think the real juice is in rebooting what it means to be human.Levi and Brooke are beautiful human beings and this weekend shifted something in all of us. Thanks for all of your warmth, love and compassion. I will carry that into the world with me and give others a piece of the gift you gave me. I look forward to hanging out soon!
The Digital Detox was a phenomenal experience and the hands-down best run retreat (or event) I have ever attended. The DT crew put unimaginable detail into every aspect of the retreat that made it such a powerful weekend. Highly recommended to anyone who has a computer and absolutely critical for any entrepreneur or employee of a fast-paced company.
P.S. since I got back we have been 100% no cell phones in bedroom or at dinner. LOVE it and a great simple element that is easy to implement. THANKS!!!
I first learned about the Digital Detox at a dinner Brook and Levi invited my then girlfriend and I to. I was hesitant to commit, I felt like I didn’t have the time nor money to devote towards myself. Later that week my girlfriend broke up with me. I was alone for the first time in 4 years. I needed to reboot and remembered Levi talking about a retreat. Without explanation I contacted Levi and asked for a spot.
I didn’t know what to expect from the retreat. All I knew was that talking about work was off limits and I wouldn’t be able to update my status for the next 4 days. The retreat was transformational. This was the first time I was seriously engaged in yoga, meditation, and endured silence. I discovered that I have a propencty for sitting still and by the end of the weekend I could touch my toes.
Before the detox I had told my friend about the retreat and he said he had gone on a similar retreat years ago. He explained how he considers the time before and the time after two separate chapters in his life. I didn’t believe that I would feel that way about the Digital Detox but it turns out he was exactly right.
When I got back to work a felt far more connected with my coworkers. Looked into their eyes and saw them as the unique individuals that they are instead of the utility they could provide to me. My stress levels have fallen dramatically in part because at the retreat I was able to remove myself from crisis mode that I was previously operating in. I’ve realized that if I want to be my best self at work I need to devote energy into finding my center. The Digital Detox coincided with a transformational moment in my life and I’m grateful that I was able to participate in the Digital Detox.
Matt Harnack, Creative Services / Video Production, Facebook
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