New York

New York, the Big Apple, Wall Street. Just about everyone in the world knows about New York City and the life it breathes. It bustles with energy twenty-four hours a day and is home to some of the most influential names in business and entertainment. From Broadway to South Street Seaport, from Times Square to Rockefeller Center, there is no shortage of sights to be seen or things to do.

New York is also the center of one of the most intricate and extensive mass transit systems in the world and the country estates of past presidents and business moguls are just a few short minutes away by train or subway. The Hamptons out on Long Island or Greenwich, Connecticut are two popular destinations any time of year.

Where can I stay?

When you stay in New York, there are hundreds of hotel and other lodging accommodations to choose from, whether your preference is a five-star hotel or a more cost-efficient motel. When you take part in one of our private retreats, you get your choice of accommodations, unlike many retreats that require you to stay in a particular resort or hotel.

New York has cabs and subways to connect you to anything and everything, all within a few minutes. You can also stay outside of the city if you care to be surrounded by fresh air and pine trees. Upstate New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey all have towns close to the mass transit system.

What is the weather like?

New York weather can be a bit fickle and untamed. In the winter, cold arctic winds can ravage a person and snows are often found sifting through the air, collecting on beautiful Central Park. In the summer the heat and humidity can become oppressive at times, but most buildings are air conditioned for these days, which are not too common, but they can occur in stretches, especially in July and August.

Autumn in New York and Christmastime are seasons not to be missed. The autumn nights can have a bite to them, so bring a warm coat and some shoes that you don’t mind getting wet. It can rain from time to time.

How long is the retreat?

Dr. Fleming’s retreats require you to stay onsite for a minimum of two to three days. These days are intensive and the longer you stay, the more you will accomplish, the better you will feel, and the happier life will be for your bright future.

What should I expect?

These retreats work on personal development and emotional training to help you overcome your fears, anxieties, stresses, and other aspects of your life that are holding you back and keeping you from feeling complete and whole. During your time with Dr. Fleming, you will experience:

  • A personal development assessment process
  • Feedback on your progress
  • A 360-evaluation
  • Emotional regulation training using innovative neurocardiology software
  • One-on-one goal setting and coaching

This retreat helps set the stage for the coaching process, which can be carried out over the phone or by video. In this modern age where time is of the essence, being able to get the best help at your convenience is the best medicine.

Learn more about these incredible private retreats by contacting Dr. Fleming today.