Continuing Education

Earn CEs * Gain New Skills * Enliven Your Work * Receive Certification * Begin a New Career

Thousands of people come to Omega each year to further their professional development. Some take workshops that offer continuing education credit. Others seek to become certified in an area of personal or professional interest. Others use noncertificate workshops to bring new skills into their work and to meet others in their field. And many people have started new careers from the inspiration and training they received in an Omega program.

If you are looking to bring new life into your career—whether you are in business, the helping professions, education, or a nonprofit organization—many of our workshops can serve your needs. Browse through the catalog for workshops that you believe will help you become a better employee, manager, business owner, or helping professional. Speak to your employer: Many companies offer their employees assistance in advanced training. Even if a workshop is not directly related to your specific field, your employer may want to support you in your quest for self-improvement.

Unlike many other continuing education programs and professional trainings elsewhere, Omega features:

Innovation: We offer many unique workshops, conferences, and trainings that introduce innovative ideas not normally found in other career development programs. You leave these workshops with practical methods for improving your personal life that you can share with your colleagues, clients, friends, and family.

Immersion: Learning at Omega is focused, hands-on, and in-depth, and is strengthened by the peace and beauty of the campus. You can learn more in a shorter time at an Omega workshop than you can at many semester-long trainings.

Community: Being around an excellent faculty and like-minded friends and colleagues in an informal and inspired setting supports your quest for expansion and excellence.

Details about CE/CME credits at Omega are available here. View our full catalog course CE accreditation chart for your profession here.

 

Upcoming Workshops

07/04/2014 to 07/06/2014

The greatest promise offered by the ancient practice of qigong is that we can heal our own pain and suffering—in body, mind, and spirit.

07/11/2014 to 07/13/2014
Embody Your Highest Potential

Through yoga, we open our hearts and minds to achieve new levels of existence. As we deepen our practice, we dispel negative energy, letting in the light.

07/11/2014 to 07/13/2014
Three Gateways to Peace & Freedom

Insecurity and loss are part of being alive and each of us longs for a place of true refuge, where we are at home with our life and spirit.

07/11/2014 to 07/13/2014
Facilitating Behavior Change & Deep Transformation

David Gershon and Gail Straub are renowned for their pioneering work in the field of empowerment and their mastery of personal growth facilitation.

07/11/2014 to 07/13/2014
Restoring Your Life Force

Tai chi chuan is a system of beautiful, flowing movements used by millions of people around the world as a graceful, meditative exercise. Qigong is an ancient mind-body system for cultivating our natural energy.

07/11/2014 to 07/13/2014

Have you ever wondered about the existence of an inner dimension that seems missing in the popular practice of yoga?

07/11/2014 to 07/13/2014

Fitness is a lifestyle. Much more than just going to the gym or sitting on a stationary bike, fitness is a mindset that encourages healthy habits over bad food or too much idle time on the couch.

07/13/2014 to 07/18/2014
Open Your Heart, Open Your Mind

The rector of All Saints Church in Pasadena, California, a 4,000-member multi-ethnic, urban Episcopal parish, Rev.

07/13/2014 to 07/18/2014
A Yoga & Meditation Retreat

This retreat offers an enriching combination of yoga and meditation as a way to explore deeper insights about yourself, the direction you are going in your life, and where you really want to go in your heart.

07/13/2014 to 07/18/2014

As a boy in China, qigong master Robert Peng apprenticed secretly under the legendary Buddhist monk Xiao Yao, who trained him in the martial and healing arts.

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