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Retreats/Workshops 2021

The retreats we host are open to anyone who may be interested in the theme or topic of our retreats. Our one-day meditation retreats last from the morning to the late afternoon while our residential retreats are multiple day meditation retreats. During these retreats, our teachers provide insightful teachings and discussions as well as guiding participants through sitting and walking meditation. For more information please check out our upcoming retreats below for this year.


Mindfulness for Stress Reduction
July 22nd to 25th, 2021 (Thursday 6:00 PM to Sunday 3:00 PM)
Registration Due Date: Thursday, July 1st, 2021

We all encounter stress in our lives. At times these stresses can prove to be beneficial for us while other times can be unbearable. While we cannot completely control the stresses in our lives, we certainly can control how we respond to them. This retreat will focus on mindful exercises that we can use to respond to stresses in a healthy manner. We will also learn to understand stress so we can act appropriately when such stresses come into our lives.
Have yourself and mindful, and stress free weekend by joining us in this retreat!

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Karma and Happiness According to Buddha
October 7th to 10th, 2021 (Thursday 6:00 PM to Sunday 3:00 PM)
Registration Due Date: Friday, September 10th, 2021

In this part of the world, Karma is the idea of a suitable exchange. But have you ever wondered what the Buddhist concept of karma is? Kamma means the intentional action which may create energy to reproduce a similar reaction. Understanding the karma is helpful for planning the future and also rearranging your lifestyle. At this retreat we will gain skills to achieve happiness by understanding Karma along with how it plays a role in your everyday life.

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Dealing with Depression and Loneliness
December 9th to 12th, 2021 (Thursday 6:00 PM to Sunday 3:00 PM)
Registration Due Date: Friday, November 12th, 2021

Depression comes in many forms. For some, depression can mean a constant feeling of loneliness, sadness, or dread. For others, it can mean a constant state of numbness or hopelessness. Contrary to what some believe, depression does not care how much money you have, what you do for a living, who you are married to, what social group you associate yourself with. Depression can be strong, but we can help you be stronger. While depression, like any other mental illness, is not always cured through mental exercises alone, we can help you strengthen your mental wellbeing so you can overcome life’s challenges one day at a time. During this retreat, we will give you the mental techniques to recognize what depression is and how to overcome it with the help of mindfulness. 

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Curious about what to expect? Check out this discussion recorded at the Loving Kindness Retreat in August 2019.