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Gabor Maté, a renowned physician and expert on mind-body wellness, shares a story with the Yoga Service Council conference about hiding his limp when he visited his mother and how this is a perfect example of why people try to hide their pain from loved ones. Explore more from Gabor Mate More
Renowned physician and expert on mind-body wellness, Gabor Maté, MD, speaks at the Yoga Service Council conference about the long-term effects of stress and tension on a young child's life as well as the role of love, connection, and the authentic expression of self in the development of a healthy immune system. Explore more from Gabor Maté: http://www.eomega.org/workshops/teachers/gabor-mate More
The idea for Arielle Ford's best-selling book "The Soulmate Secret" originated when she decided to apply the tools she used to launch her successful business to finding the love of her life. More
Spiritual life counselor, Iyanla Vanzant shares why every relationship you have is a reflection of the relationship you are having with yourself. Explore more from Iyanla Vanzant: http://eomega.org/workshops/teachers/iyanla-vanzant More
Cocreators of the Sharing the Path retreat, Judith Ansara and Robert Gass demonstrate the powerful impact appreciation can have in your relationship.   Explore more from Judith Ansara and Robert Gass.   More
Yoga teacher, Colleen Saidman discusses the power of your family to transform your life when your children become your teachers because the unconditional love you feel for them motivates you to model your life in a new way. More
Creator of Little Flower Yoga, Jennifer Cohen Harper, MEd, reveals how to create an environment where kids can thrive while learning the practice of yoga in a safe, engaging, and supportive way. Learn more about Jennifer Cohen Harper: http://www.eomega.org/workshops/teachers/jennifer-cohen-harper More
Jennifer Cohen Harper, MEd, creator of Little Flower Yoga, shares the five essential elements of a yoga practice in order to help your child become happier, healthier, and more compassionate. Learn more about Jennifer Cohen Harper More
Daniel Rechtschaffen, MA, the creator of Mindful Children, shares why the practice of mindfulness may help children feel less stressful, find focus, and understand what it means to live their own lives. Learn more about Daniel Rechtschaffen   More
Internationally renowned relationship expert, Harville Hendrix, PhD, reveals why loving someone else is the best thing you can do for yourself. Explore more from Harville Hendrix More

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Marriage and Gender Equality Today
An Interview With Stephanie Coontz
Omega: You say marriage has changed more in the past 30 years than in the past 3,000 years. You’ve said that the very traits that make marriage in our contemporary society more rewarding have also made it less stable. How so? More
Omega Institute The Science of Mindfulness by Daniel Rechtschaffen
In practicing mindfulness, we can learn to effectively integrate different parts of the brain and mediate internal conflicts. There is a basic neuroscience concept, “Nerve cells that fire together, wire together.” Due to recent findings of neural plasticity, which is the ability for the connections in our brains to change and adapt throughout our lives, we now understand that our brains can generate stronger and healthier neural connections based on our mental habits. More
Omega Institute How Teen Camp Helped Me Cope
When I showed up for Omega Teen Camp at the age of 15, I was overweight and introverted and I didn’t have any friends. I guess you could say I came from a broken home. My parents divorced when I was 12, and after that, my motivation evaporated. I started doing poorly in school. I had serious issues with my father. And I didn’t do the normal things kids do, like go to the park and play ball. Instead, I’d stand on the sidelines or draw or play video games. More
Creating a Global Culture of Equality and Care
What does it mean to be a man or woman today?  What will it mean in the future? How can we grow out of old roles that stifle us? How can we move from a culture of violence to a culture of care? How can we transcend what we have now to a world in which we can be fully human—together? More
Omega Institute I Want To Be Weird Like You
My Adventures at Omega Teen Camp
I was an angsty 13-year-old when I showed up for Omega Teen Camp. Middle school had been really hard for me. But things were different at camp. Although it may sound shallow, for the first time in my life I felt popular. I felt like I had a huge group of people who loved to be around me just as much as I loved to be around them. More
Omega Institute How To Do Yoga With Kids
If you’ve experienced the benefits of yoga firsthand, you may be inspired to share it with the children in your life. After all, research suggests that yoga may help increase a child’s self-worth and sense of well-being, reduce symptoms of mild depression among young adults, and relieve ADHD. More
Omega Institute The Stressed Out Generation
The American Psychological Association (APA) recently found that teenagers are more stressed out than adults, especially during the school year.  More
Omega Institute Breaking Up? Bring Your Radiance With You by Lundy Bancroft and Jac Patrissi
You are leaving. We are so sorry. And, congratulations! Leaving brings a mixture of pain and hope. It moves you forward into a new life. More
Omega Institute The Mindful Education Revolution by Daniel Rechtschaffen
Sitting on his bunk bed, locked behind juvenile detention bars, 17-year-old Damon feels his breath softly rising and falling. As another angry thought surfaces, he remembers his mindfulness lesson and notices the tension in his body. He smiles at the passing thought and feels his whole body relax. He notices an inner spaciousness and a sense of freedom that he’s not sure he’s felt before. More
Omega Institute Parenting With an Ex: The Birthday Party by Ellen Kellner
The Birthday Party
The birthday party—there are two ways of looking at it: from the perspective of a divorced parent or from your child’s perspective. The one way is sure to be filled with tension, bitterness, and accusations. The other way will be bursting with laughter and balloons. Which type of birthday will you choose for your child? The Old Way More

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