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Calendar of Retreats and Gatherings

December, 2014

January, 2015

February, 2015

March, 2015

April, 2015

May, 2015

  • Intuition Leap: Decision-Making & Intuition Retreat
    Friday, May 1 – Sunday, May 3
    Open to the public
    Did you know that listening to your gut feeling can improve decision-making? Improve your ability to make decisions by understanding and using the latest academic research on intuition. Reflect on your life during this restful retreat, and use newly learned techniques to resolve career challenges or difficult family matters in your life.
  • International Jewish Artist Retreat
    Sunday, May 3 – Wednesday, May 6
    By invitation
    Asylum Arts: International Jewish Artist Retreat includes professional development workshops, Jewish learning, and the opportunity to share and discuss the artists' work. The professional development workshops are both peer-led and led by art professionals, and there is unstructured time to explore new creative ideas, spend time in the outdoors, and engage with other artists.
  • Mindful Lawyering: A Meditation Retreat for Law Professionals and Students
    Thursday, May 7 – Sunday, May 10
    With prerequisites
    A retreat for practicing lawyers, judges, law teachers and law students to learn how to incorporate mindfulness into their life and law work.
  • Garrison Institute Personal Retreat Weekend
    Friday, May 8 – Sunday, May 10
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    Open to the public
    A silent, unstructured personal retreat for meditators with a developed practice and those seeking renewal in the serenity of a contemplative environment.
  • Empty Bowl Zendo: Living an Awakened Life - Working with the Bodhisattva Vows
    Friday, May 8 – Sunday, May 10
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    Open to the public
    Weekend Sesshin with Sensei Ray Ruzan Cicetti of Empty Bowl Zendo
  • Institute for Jewish Spirituality: Jewish Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Training Retreat
    Monday, May 11 – Sunday, May 17
    By invitation
    This is the third retreat of the current cohort of participants of the Jewish Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Training program. Participants will practice sitting and walking meditation, Jewish text study, yoga, and prayer at this silent retreat.
  • Stephan Bodian: Dancing on the Razor’s Edge
    Thursday, May 14 – Sunday, May 17
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    Open to the public
    In each moment, we are the mysterious interface or edge where emptiness constantly bursts into form. How do we let go and allow the dance to move through us, rather than holding on and trying to direct the flow? A silent retreat with several talks and guided meditations daily and ample time for exploring your own razor’s edge in dialogue and silent sitting.
  • DharmaPunx: A New Generation Finds Meaning in Timeless Practices
    Friday, May 15 – Sunday, May 17
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    Open to the public
    Designed for all ages, from teens and young adults to long term adult practitioners, this retreat focuses on meditation and mindfulness practices that foster concentration, connection, awareness, and compassion.
  • Heal Thyself: Fostering Resilience Among Health Care Practitioners with Dr. Mark Bertin
    Friday, May 15 – Sunday, May 17
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    Open to the public
    Appropriate for psychologists, physicians, nurses, social workers and other health care providers, this weekend program will allow you to recharge while emphasizing accessible techniques to take home for yourself and your clinical practice.
  • Subtle Energy: Healing the Mind-Body Continuum with Tulku Sherdor and Ivy Loo
    Friday, May 22 – Monday, May 25
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    Open to the public
    A special weekend program bringing together two systems of subtle body practice from the Buddhist tantric and Chinese Qigong traditions.
  • Breathworks: "You Are Not Your Pain" - Applying Mindfulness to Pain and Illness
    Friday, May 22 – Monday, May 25
    With prerequisites
    Three day intensive course led by Vidyamala Burch provides MBSR/MBCT teachers with the framework for helping people with chronic pain and illness.
  • Dr. Dan Siegel: Soul and Synapse
    Friday, May 29 – Sunday, May 31
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    Open to the public
    In this retreat, we will look at the integration of science and spirituality. We will explore the ways in which our inner subjective lives, our interpersonal relationships, and our objective empirical knowledge can be woven together to illuminate the importance of meaning, connection and equanimity in our lives.

June, 2015

July, 2015

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