Here you’ll find the retreats we have reviewed that are either dedicated meditation retreats or that offer meditation classes or group sessions as part of a broader offer. While you don’t need to go on a meditation holiday in order to learn to meditate, most people find it’s the very best way to ease yourself into a firm practice. Learn or develop the practice of meditation on a dedicated meditation retreat, or at a retreat that offers meditation classes as part of a broader offer. We have reviewed a wide range of meditation breaks so you have a choice, from a Zen Buddhist meditation retreat on the Greek island of Lefkada to introductory meditation classes at a destination spa in the Himalayas. Meditation aims to give you back control of your mind as well as your life, so whichever you pick, the end result should be the same – a feeling of calm, and an ability to take the practice into your busy, every day life.