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05/22/2016 to 05/27/2016
Healing Ourselves & the World Through Mindfulness

This workshop is sold out. Please call Omega registration to be placed on a waiting list 877.944.2002.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) emphasizes that the ultimate meditation practice is life itself and how we are in relationship to it moment by moment.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
Carmen Curtis
Take Your Yoga to the Next Level

Realign, refine, restore, and renew your yoga practice with AIReal Yoga™—the first and only form of aerial yoga accredited by the Yoga Alliance.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
Jill Angelo
Easy Steps to Create Sacred, Healing Spaces

When our home is organized, calm, and comfortable, it serves as a place for relaxation and rejuvenation. When our living environment reflects our individual style, it creates wellness by replenishing our energy and providing inner peace.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016

Do you feel a strong connection to the spirit world? Have you longed to better understand or develop your spiritual connection?

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
The Art of Creating Your Life As You Want It

Spend a weekend with kindred spirits who long for more creative and meaningful lives.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016

The Work of Byron Katie


For almost a decade, Byron Katie suffered from constant thoughts of suicide. Then one morning in 1986, she experienced a life-changing realization.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
Barnet Bain
The Workshop of Doing & Being

Rewire your brain to tap into the raw power of your creative self.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
Resting as Open-Hearted Awareness

It is possible to discover a deep sense of well-being, creativity, and unconditional love that is our true identity.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
Marlysa Sullivan
Practices for Chronic Pain & Joint Health

Therapeutic yoga combines gentle yoga postures, breathing practices, meditation, and applied yoga philosophy to address underlying causes of pain and dysfunction and create an opportunity for healing in the body, mind, and spirit.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/03/2016 to 06/05/2016
Shyamji Bhatnagar
Sound Healing for the Subtle Bodies

The classical traditions of India teach that we have a physical body and two subtle bodies—a feeling body and a thinking body—plus seven major chakras, or energy centers.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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05/22/2016 to 05/27/2016
Healing Ourselves & the World Through Mindfulness

This workshop is sold out. Please call Omega registration to be placed on a waiting list 877.944.2002.

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) emphasizes that the ultimate meditation practice is life itself and how we are in relationship to it moment by moment.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
Carmen Curtis
Take Your Yoga to the Next Level

Realign, refine, restore, and renew your yoga practice with AIReal Yoga™—the first and only form of aerial yoga accredited by the Yoga Alliance.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
Jill Angelo
Easy Steps to Create Sacred, Healing Spaces

When our home is organized, calm, and comfortable, it serves as a place for relaxation and rejuvenation. When our living environment reflects our individual style, it creates wellness by replenishing our energy and providing inner peace.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016

Do you feel a strong connection to the spirit world? Have you longed to better understand or develop your spiritual connection?

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
The Art of Creating Your Life As You Want It

Spend a weekend with kindred spirits who long for more creative and meaningful lives.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016

The Work of Byron Katie


For almost a decade, Byron Katie suffered from constant thoughts of suicide. Then one morning in 1986, she experienced a life-changing realization.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
Barnet Bain
The Workshop of Doing & Being

Rewire your brain to tap into the raw power of your creative self.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
Resting as Open-Hearted Awareness

It is possible to discover a deep sense of well-being, creativity, and unconditional love that is our true identity.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/27/2016 to 05/30/2016
Marlysa Sullivan
Practices for Chronic Pain & Joint Health

Therapeutic yoga combines gentle yoga postures, breathing practices, meditation, and applied yoga philosophy to address underlying causes of pain and dysfunction and create an opportunity for healing in the body, mind, and spirit.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
06/03/2016 to 06/05/2016
Shyamji Bhatnagar
Sound Healing for the Subtle Bodies

The classical traditions of India teach that we have a physical body and two subtle bodies—a feeling body and a thinking body—plus seven major chakras, or energy centers.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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Alternative medicine pioneer Deepak Chopra describes how divine consciousness is everywhere and each individual thing is part of the whole.   Learn more about Deepak Chopra More
Contemporary thought leader Panache Desai reveals the importance of redefining what it means to be a human being by embracing and accepting everything about yourself in order to tap into your infinite potential. More
In this exclusive video panel discussion from Omega, Panache Desai, Elizabeth Lesser, and Brian Weiss discuss the meaning and relevance of heaven and hell and, if we look, how we can find a bit of both in our daily lives. More
Believe it, or not—what you believe still matters. Geneen Roth says that what you believe translates to how you behave in your life, but most people don't know what they actually believe.   Learn more about Geneen Roth     More
Brian Weiss, MD, America’s leading authority in past-life regression therapy, says that if you look closely you’ll see that all the great religions are teaching about the same things: love, compassion, giving, nonviolence, and mindful awareness.   More
Caroline Myss
Energy medicine and human consciousness pioneer Caroline Myss says it doesn’t matter how much money you have or how busy you are, you can do one action to benefit yourself and one action to benefit humanity each day. It’s your responsibility to get up and do it.   Explore more from Caroline Myss.   More
Peter Gold and the Trapeze-Experience™ Team bring the joy, exhilaration, and satisfaction of flying on the trapeze to anyone willing to try. Watch as student Chrissa Pullicino tries the trapeze for the first time. Learn more about Peter Gold and the Trapeze-Experience™ Team More
Meditation is a great way to relax and get centered. Harshada Wagner, founder of Living Meditation, takes us through a short, 8-minute guided meditation with simple instructions anyone can follow.   Explore more from Harshada Wagner.   More
Omega Institute Pema Chödrön: Change Means We Are Alive
A leading exponent of teachings on meditation and how they apply to everyday life, Pema Chödrön is widely known for her insightful, down-to-earth interpretation of Tibetan Buddhism for Western audiences. She reminds us that although our mind perceives things as being fixed, everything is, in fact, changing all the time. Life is so fluid it's more like being in a river rather than standing on solid ground. It's this change that offers unlimited possibility for freshness and uniqueness.   More
Colette Baron-Reid is an internationally renowned intuitive counselor, educator, and best-selling author who helps others recognize and connect with their own intuition, potential, and purpose. After years of not understanding her gift and avoiding it, she learned how to embrace the work of helping people make lemonade out of lemons.   Explore more from Colette Baron-Reid More

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Omega Institute You Only Need Four Seconds by Peter Bregman
“A four-second pause—the time it takes to take one breath in, one breath out—can be powerful enough to subvert a poor decision and replace it with a smarter one.” —Peter Bregman This morning, like every morning, I sat cross-legged on a cushion on the floor, rested my hands on my knees, closed my eyes, and did nothing but breathe for 20 minutes. More
Omega Institute The Power of Love by James Van Praagh
All energy can change its character based on our thoughts. Thoughts affect and alter energy. Everything we see first originated as a thought—the great painter of the world. As a medium, I've intuited many times that all physical matter on Earth derives from a higher mental level. Each work of art, each invention, every new medial breakthrough...was first created in the Spiritual Realms and eventually trickled down to a recipient as "inspiration" or "droplets of God." More
Omega Institute What the Goddess Teaches Us About Death by Llyn Roberts
Water that flows from the Earth, to trees, and us, is like milk that flows from mother to child. It’s similar to the love that pours from ancient mother goddesses to assist people through every phase of life, including death. One such mother goddess who ushers us through death’s doorway is the Egyptian Lady of the Sycamore Tree. The Lady rejuvenates those who are dying and refreshes the souls of the dead in the afterlife by offering them water from the branches of her sacred tree. More
Omega Institute 3 Yoga Poses to Help You Stand on Your Own 2 Feet by Colleen Saidman
All women, including models, yearn to discover their immense inner beauty and to find inspiration, as well as refuge, as gravity and time alter their outer bodies. Coming to a love of one’s self takes discipline, diligence, and dedication—all keys to being a well-adjusted woman in this crazy world. I aspire for every one of us to be real, to look in the mirror and say, “You are the bomb.” Models seem drawn to yoga in unusually high numbers. My guess is they come because yoga helps them find balance and a sense of self in a profession where outward appearances matter most. More
Omega Institute Untangling From the Mind's Maze by Tara Bennett-Goleman
In a small town in the Berkshire Mountains I came across a large field surrounded by woods that holds a meticulously designed labyrinth, a smaller version of the famous one at Chartres Cathedral. This maze of stone walkways adorned with floral plantings invites you to embark on a mini-pilgrimage, a timeless, leisurely stroll. Near the entrance a plaque encourages you to leave your thoughts behind as you enter, and be open to what you experience as you meander its turns and twists. More
Omega Institute Uncovering Our New Story by Victoria Johnson
Don't be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth." —Rumi We only need to peruse headlines in our newspapers or scroll though Facebook newsfeeds to know, viscerally, that the world is in need of a new story—an inspiring, galvanizing, inclusive new narrative. We need a narrative that is unlike any story we have told ourselves before. Our survival as a species requires it. More
Use What You Know
In astrology, Jupiter represents style trends, among many other things. The largest of the planets (1,200 times the size of Earth) orbits our Sun in about 12 years, exerting so much gravity on our central star that the Sun oscillates as Jupiter tugs on it. By the way, you can tell that to anyone who claims that the obstetrician exerts more gravity on the newborn baby than does Jupiter (by which logic astrology cannot possibly be true). I've never seen a doctor cause a star to wobble. More
Omega Institute Finding Gratitude in a Painful Moment by Monique Lang
We were two-thirds of the way to the top of Mount Washington when my right leg gave out. My friend Marc and I had planned this hike on the summer solstice for over a year. So we decided to do the climb even though it was drizzling, which it turned out, meant we could not stop as we became too chilled. I was soaked through and through (even through my rain gear), borderline hypothermic, and in major pain. Yet there was no solution except to keep going. More
Omega Institute Making Anger Work for You by Joe Weston
Not all aggression looks the same. Any act, word, or gesture that pierces through into someone else’s personal space and causes the other to feel unsafe, threatened, or hurt is considered aggression. That could be a look, shouting, pulling a gun, or ignoring someone. More

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