Women's Running

Mindful Miles

, then came the run retreat (a getaway dedicated to miles). Now? There’s a growing amount of interest among runners to support mileage in a way that’s not one or the other—all about fitness and conditioning or all about sitting still and meditating, says Elinor Fish, founder and CEO of Run Wild Retreats, a company that

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