Days of Mindfulness

Nature-based silent retreats in the Mindfulness Meditation tradition

  • 35 US dollars
  • 18580 Grass Lake Road

Description & Important Details

WHEN: 10AM - 4PM Fall ~ Nov. 5, 2022 ~ "Embodiment" (RETREAT FULL) Winter ~ Feb. 12, 2023 (Not Feb 13) ~ "Seeing Thoughts" Spring ~ May 6, 2023 ~ "Self-Compassion" Summer ~ Aug. 5, 2023 ~ "No Mud, No Lotus COST: $35 per person Not required to attend multiple seasons, registration and price is per retreat. BYO Lunch ~ snack and tea provided If you’d like to deepen your retreat with an overnight stay, cabin rentals are available at an additional cost. Visit our BOOKINGS PAGE and enjoy this coupon code for 25% off cabin rental: DAYOFRENEWAL23 Sliding scale and scholarships available, please inquire to: hello@earthwellretreat.com REGISTERING ONLINE: Please pre-register at least one week prior to each retreat by clicking the “BOOK NOW” button above. You will need to choose the exact date you want to pre-register for in the online booking calendar. Cancellation Policy: 100% refund if canceled 7+ days before event. DESCRIPTION: Be guided by experienced facilitators into the nurturing realm of silence and stillness, in this daylong silent retreat at EarthWell Retreat Center. Informed by the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program, we will cycle through foundational mindfulness practices including: • Breath meditation • Walking meditation • Body scanning • Mindful movement (yoga) • Sensory meditation Immersed in nature, we will be supported by time-honored practices, the presence of other practitioners, and themed readings exploring key mindfulness teachings. The majority of the day will be in guided silence, however, the day will end with an optional period of sharing and reflection with the group. FOR WHO: Those interested in the benefits of extended mindfulness practice in a group setting, for beginner and experienced meditators alike! Some meditation experience recommended. FACILITATOR: Emily Adama, MSW, has been teaching mindfulness and meditation in various therapeutic and community settings for the past 8 years. S