10 places to practice mindfulness

24th June 2021

Read our top 10 most mindful destinations for you to explore when you're ready to travel again.

Mindfulness can be done anywhere from on the train to exploring a new destination, when you’re ready to start travelling again, so we’ve picked out some of the most mindful destinations for you to explore when you're ready to travel again.

Let’s face it, we’re all looking forward to the restrictions ending and getting our lives back on track. As we go through periods of change it’s important to pay attention to your thoughts, feelings and the world around you to help reduce stress, anxiety and depression.

Mindfulness can be done anywhere from on the train to exploring a new destination, when you’re ready to start travelling again, so we’ve picked out some of the most mindful destinations for you to explore when the restrictions have lifted:

 

Lake District

Lake District (nearest train station is Windermere)

 

Loch Ness

Loch Ness (nearest train station is Inverness)

 

Arthur's Seat, Edinburgh

Arthurs Seat (nearest train station is Edinburgh Waverley)

 

Ben Nevis

Ben Nevis (nearest train station is Fort William)

 

White Cliffs of Dover

White Cliffs of Dover (nearest train station is Dover Priory)

 

Mount Snowdon

Mount Snowdon (nearest train station is Snowdon)

 

White Horse Hill

White Horse Hill (nearest train station is Swindon)

 

Durdle Door

Durdle Door (nearest train station is Wool)

 

Lundy Bay, Cornwall

Lundy Bay (nearest train station is Bodmin Parkway)

 

New Forest, Hampshire

New Forest (nearest train station is Brockenhurst)

 

To help you practice mindfulness we’ve teamed up with The Mindfulness App to provide you with a free one-month subscription and 30% off if you wish to continue once your freebie has come to an end.

You can personalise the app to focus on the areas that appeal most to you from relieving stress, improving your relationships and much more.

If you want to continue using the app after your free subscription ends it cost £38.49 a year for Railcard holders (it’s normally £54.99). If you decide that it’s not for you make sure you cancel your subscription, so you don’t get charged.

You can access your free subscription from your mobile by clicking the button below.

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