Body, Mind & Spirit

What: Chanting meditation is a musical practice during which you sing or chant sacred mantras, phrases, and/or songs, often accompanied by live instruments. Some practices sing or chant in unison; others...

In some form, the vision of the bodhisattva is celebrated in every culture. We revere the figures of Saint Francis and Kwan Yin, and we take public inspiration from the medical mission of Albert Schweitzer in Africa and Dorothy Day, the founder...

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Jivamukti Yoga® features a vigorous, Ashtanga-influenced style of vinyasa designed to sculpt your body while nourishing your soul with spiritual teachings. Cofounders...

Where do you come from? Why are you here? Where do your loved ones go after they die?

In this experiential weekend course, internationally renowned spiritual medium and teacher James Van Praagh guides you on a personal spiritual journey to...

The rediscovery of shamanism has emerged as a major component of the modern world’s spiritual reawakening. This experiential, introductory weekend with shaman, author, and anthropologist Hank Wesselman grants us direct access to the techniques...

Please call Omega at 800.944.1001 to register for this workshop.

The Buddha taught that the mind is wild and the human experience is full of unpredictability and paradox, joys and sorrows, successes and...

Please call Omega at 800.944.1001 to register for this workshop.

The beliefs and assumptions we make about ourselves, and the world around us, determine whether we experience happiness or sorrow, ease or...

Francis, a long time friend and student of Jean Klein, is a spiritual teacher of the Advaita Vedanta tradition. His teaching is not “Neo Advaita” but traditional Advaita, which means that the experience of our true nature has been transmitted...

What: During nature meditation, you focus on one or more of the following: the sights, sounds, smells, or even the taste or feel of nature. Although nature meditation is typically performed outdoors, there are also nature-themed...

Yoga is simple. It only takes a little attention, a little practice every day, and soon we realize we have developed a regular practice. We meditate for ten or fifteen minutes every morning; we do a regular asana practice. We use the breathing...

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