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Apr 23 – Apr 28 all-day
Explore how mindfulness-based approaches to teaching can renew, deepen and sustain your passion for your work. Reconnect with your deepest intentions as an educator. Develop your inner toolbox for working in challenging situations with greater equanimity and ease. Come together with like-minded educators in the stillness and beauty of spring in the Tetons range to connect with compassion for the natural world, yourself, and your students. The week will include formal sitting and walking meditation, group study, mindful movement and time in nature.
The Retreat Format
The format of this retreat will include silent meditation, study and discussion. No prior meditation experience is necessary and instruction will be provided, but participants should be interested in cultivating or deepening their formal meditation practice. A typical day schedule would be:
|6:15 am||Morning meditation and mindful movement|
|8:00 am||Personal time|
|9:00 am||Study Session #1|
|12:30 pm||Personal time for walk, nap or study|
|2:30 pm||Study Session #2|
|7:00 pm||Evening Program and meditation|
|9:00 pm||Beginning of silent period of study and rest, lasts through breakfast the next day.|
The Murie Center
The retreat will be held at the Historic Murie Center inside Grand Teton National Park in Moose, Wyoming. The Murie Center, sometimes called “conservation’s home” sits on the south fork of the Snake River and is a small enclave of buildings nestled in a meadow of sage and sticky geranium. The ranch is surrounded by dense forest. It was here, on this unassuming site, that the Wilderness Act and the modern conservation movement were born. The mission of the Murie Center is to “bring people together to inspire action that protects nature.”
An enclave of cabins and a bathhouse surround the retreat center which houses the meeting spaces and dining facility. Find details on lodging and additional information on the Murie Center through these links.
This class is subject to meeting a minimum enrollment of 15 persons. Please register early to insure your space, but refrain from making travel reservations until confirmation that enrollment goals have been met. (on February 15, 2017).
Cancellations received in writing 30 days prior to the event will be refunded in full. 50% of registration fee will be refunded 15-29 days before the start date of the course. No refunds will be made for cancellations within 14 days prior to the scheduled retreat.
Early Registration Fees (through February 10)–$1,656
Antioch University Alumni–$1,556
Late Registration Fees (after February 10)–$1,705
Antioch University Alumni–$1,605
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