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05/05/2017 to 05/07/2017

Yin Yoga uses long held postures that support us in accessing the deeper, more Yin part of ourselves. In this workshop we explore how Yin practice, with its ancient yogic roots, can positively affect our physical, energetic, and emotional bodies...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/05/2017 to 05/07/2017
Rediscover the Woman You Are

As a woman in the second part of your journey, it’s never too late to reclaim your life. It just takes a bit of risk and determination.

No one knows this better than Joan Anderson, who spent 10 years writing memoirs that ask the question...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/05/2017 to 05/07/2017
Dan Welden
Journey to the Unknown

Join Dan Welden in this adventuresome exploration of Solarplate, a safer alternative high-quality printmaking process that uses sunlight and water instead of toxic chemicals.

This journey leads you to untouched parts of your artistic self...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/07/2017 to 05/12/2017
An Immersion Experience in Mindfulness and Heartfulness

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

Mindfulness is often spoken of as “the heart of Buddhist meditation.” However, its essence is universal. As the Theravada monk and Buddhist scholar, Nyanaponika Thera, put it in his classic work, The Heart of Buddhist Meditation,...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017
A Mind-Body-Soul Journey to Wellness

Do you get plenty of exercise but have a poor diet? Do you meditate regularly but don’t move around much? Improving your health requires addressing more than just one aspect of it.

Functional medicine specialist Jerry M. Rosenberg, who...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017
(And What to Do With Them)

Just about everyone is vulnerable to addiction. Whether it’s a compulsion to constantly check social media, binge eat, smoke, excessively drink, or any other behavior, we may find ourselves uncontrollably repeating. Why are bad habits so hard to...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017
Matthew Daniell
Developing a Calm & Clear Mind

Insight Meditation, also known as Vipassana Meditation, is a simple technique that originated in the Buddha’s teachings more than 2,500 years ago. Its practice teaches us in a gentle, consistent way to calm and steady our mind by grounding our...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017
Cooling Conflict & Rekindling Your Relationship

Conflict is inevitable in our intimate relationships. Most of us believe that conflict and fighting are synonymous, but they are, in fact, very different.

Whenever our needs or wishes are thwarted, a state of conflict results. Anger can...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017
Restoring Your Balance Through Yoga

When you are in balance, you feel vital and peaceful, at ease with yourself and your surroundings. But when you fall out of balance, stress and fatigue can inhibit your capacity to experience wholeness.

In this uplifting and relaxing yoga...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017

You take about 30,000 breaths a day, but you’re probably not getting all you could from them. Just a few minutes a day of breathing practices can help you become more healthy, energized, calm, focused, and resilient to stress, as well as improve...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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05/05/2017 to 05/07/2017

Yin Yoga uses long held postures that support us in accessing the deeper, more Yin part of ourselves. In this workshop we explore how Yin practice, with its ancient yogic roots, can positively affect our physical, energetic, and emotional bodies...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/05/2017 to 05/07/2017
Rediscover the Woman You Are

As a woman in the second part of your journey, it’s never too late to reclaim your life. It just takes a bit of risk and determination.

No one knows this better than Joan Anderson, who spent 10 years writing memoirs that ask the question...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/05/2017 to 05/07/2017
Dan Welden
Journey to the Unknown

Join Dan Welden in this adventuresome exploration of Solarplate, a safer alternative high-quality printmaking process that uses sunlight and water instead of toxic chemicals.

This journey leads you to untouched parts of your artistic self...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/07/2017 to 05/12/2017
An Immersion Experience in Mindfulness and Heartfulness

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

Mindfulness is often spoken of as “the heart of Buddhist meditation.” However, its essence is universal. As the Theravada monk and Buddhist scholar, Nyanaponika Thera, put it in his classic work, The Heart of Buddhist Meditation,...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017
A Mind-Body-Soul Journey to Wellness

Do you get plenty of exercise but have a poor diet? Do you meditate regularly but don’t move around much? Improving your health requires addressing more than just one aspect of it.

Functional medicine specialist Jerry M. Rosenberg, who...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017
(And What to Do With Them)

Just about everyone is vulnerable to addiction. Whether it’s a compulsion to constantly check social media, binge eat, smoke, excessively drink, or any other behavior, we may find ourselves uncontrollably repeating. Why are bad habits so hard to...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017
Matthew Daniell
Developing a Calm & Clear Mind

Insight Meditation, also known as Vipassana Meditation, is a simple technique that originated in the Buddha’s teachings more than 2,500 years ago. Its practice teaches us in a gentle, consistent way to calm and steady our mind by grounding our...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017
Cooling Conflict & Rekindling Your Relationship

Conflict is inevitable in our intimate relationships. Most of us believe that conflict and fighting are synonymous, but they are, in fact, very different.

Whenever our needs or wishes are thwarted, a state of conflict results. Anger can...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017
Restoring Your Balance Through Yoga

When you are in balance, you feel vital and peaceful, at ease with yourself and your surroundings. But when you fall out of balance, stress and fatigue can inhibit your capacity to experience wholeness.

In this uplifting and relaxing yoga...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
05/12/2017 to 05/14/2017

You take about 30,000 breaths a day, but you’re probably not getting all you could from them. Just a few minutes a day of breathing practices can help you become more healthy, energized, calm, focused, and resilient to stress, as well as improve...

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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06/04/2014 to 12/31/2016
Talk & Book Reading With Panache Desai

Change the energy that surrounds you, find the harmony that comes with self-acceptance, and discover your life’s purpose in Panache Desai's new book, Discovering Your Soul Signature: A 33-Day Path to Purpose, Passion & Joy.

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07/19/2014 to 12/31/2016

What would your life look like if your soul were in charge? What would change if you lived a life guided by your soul?

In this Omega Unscripted Teacher Talk from 2014, Panache Desai, Brian Weiss, and Elizabeth Lesser pick up a...

04/29/2016 to 12/31/2016

One of the most challenging things to do is start a meditation practice—or any other practice—and stick to it. If you've struggled to start a practice of any kind, you'll be interested to hear what experienced teachers Loch Kelly, Maia Danziger...

03/01/2017 to 12/31/2017
The Doorway To Infinity

The Four Winds Society and Omega are pleased to present this special $49 course, the starting point for becoming an Energy Medicine Health Coach. In this 90-minute video, you learn how to call on the four directions, create sacred space, and step...

06/02/2017 to 06/04/2017

For almost a decade, Byron Katie suffered from constant thoughts of suicide. Then one morning in 1986, she experienced a life-changing realization. “In that instant of no-time,” she says, “I discovered that when I believed my thoughts, I suffered...

06/09/2017 to 06/11/2017
A Spiritual Path for Couples

The Getting the Love You Want online workshop gives couples the concepts and tools they need to achieve safety, sustain deep connection, and experience joyful aliveness. Learning a new way to talk, removing negativity, and expressing caring...

07/28/2017 to 07/30/2017
Donna Eden
A Workshop With Hands-On Instruction

Donna Eden’s best-selling book Energy Medicine is described by Jean Houston as “perhaps the most brilliant, comprehensive, and effective system in the genre.”

Based on the understanding that the body is designed to heal itself and...

09/15/2017 to 09/17/2017

Pema Chödrön is widely beloved for her insightful, down-to-earth teachings of Tibetan Buddhism for Western audiences. In this weekend retreat, hear for the first time her wisdom teachings coming out of a yearlong sabbatical of contemplation and...

Brian Weiss, America's leading past-life regression therapist, explains how we are always reunited with our soul mates, or soul families, in various configurations, from one lifetime to the next.   Learn more about Brian Weiss.     More
Omega cofounder Elizabeth Lesser presents an excerpt from her new book, Marrow: A Love Story.   Watch Elizabeth Lesser free online as she reads from Marrow accompanied by the music of David Wilcox.   More
Can we reason with an upset mind? Mindfulness requires brain and emotional regulation, as Bessel van der Kolk explains, and these skills can be taught young. More
Tara Brach, Buddhist teacher and author of Radical Acceptance, reveals how to find a moment to "come home" in the midst of our busy daily lives.       More
Kelley Kosow, CEO of The Ford Institute and legacy holder for Debbie Ford, provides 4 steps for uncovering and embracing your shadow.   Learn more about Kelley Kosow       More
Buddhist teacher Pema Chödrön gives some practical advice for what to do when you're about to lose it or have already completely lost it. Hint: it involves forgiveness and kindness toward yourself.   Learn more about Pema Chödrön     More
How do you offer yoga, skillfully and with compassion, while still caring for yourself?   Jennifer Cohen Harper, vice president of the Yoga Service Council, offers a glimpse into some of what you'll discover at the 5th annual Yoga Service Conference, May 13-15.   More
Looking for an adventure that will nourish you long after you return home?   Dive into a unique learning vacation at Omega's winter home in Blue Spirit Costa Rica: January 9–February 13, 2016.   More
Holistic Life Foundation cofounder Andres Gonzalez explains the importance of perspective and how a sense of interconnectedness can be fostered in youth in unique and healthy ways. Watch the full Omega Unscripted talk: Teaching Yoga & Mindfulness to Youth   More
Every day you see, hear, and experience new things. But can old dogs learn new tricks? Pema Chödrön has the answer.   Learn more about Pema Chödrön       More

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A Sandy Hook Mom's Journey Through Grief
No one gets a free pass when it comes to grief, and I sure wasn’t an exception. More
Be Skeptical, But Learn to Listen
The fifth agreement is: be skeptical, but learn to listen. Be skeptical because most of what you hear isn’t true. You know that humans speak with symbols and that symbols aren’t the truth. Symbols are only the truth because we agree, not because they are really the truth. More
For Children Ages 6-12
1. Connect: Checking in With My Feelings Take a quiet moment for yourself to investigate how you are feeling. Sit in a way that is steady and comfortable. Choose whether to put your hands in your lap, by your sides, or place a hand on your heart or your belly—whatever feels right to you. Focus on taking a few slow and steady breaths, and then ask yourself what emotions you are feeling right now. More
An Interview With Sharon Landrith
Omega: More people seem to be "waking up" spiritually than ever before, yet there also seems to be more injustice in the world. How can those who are waking up be effective game changers and not be overwhelmed by fear, anger, or sadness? More
I’m sure you know the incredible release that happens when you are nearing a vacation you’ve been planning, especially if it’s one you’ve been thinking of for a long time. For those of us in the daily grind of a traditional work/life relationship, this may be a vacation we’ve planned for and worked an entire year or even years toward. Maybe you relish the moments that lead up to that one- or two-week paradise, perhaps even adopting an “I don’t care so much” attitude to normal stressors as you get closer to the moment in which you know you will leave it all behind. More
An Interview With Roger Jahnke
Omega: Can you talk about the different types of qigong and how someone new to the practice might find the right one for them? More
A Story of Forgiveness
Dear Dad, Over the last few days, my thoughts have been drawn back to our last phone call time and again. I wonder if you have any idea how profound it was for me. More
Creating the Bengston Energy Healing Method
A long time ago, soon after I graduated with a bachelor's degree in sociology from Niagara University, I met a man who claimed he had recently discovered his psychic abilities. At the time, in 1971, Bennett Mayrick was a house cleaner. He had held a variety of jobs before I met him, including floor installer, professional singer, etc. Basically, he was a jack-of-all-trades. Since I don’t naturally default to belief, I asked him if I could test his claim. He not only agreed but welcomed the opportunity as he proclaimed himself a skeptic. And so a partnership was born. More
Acupuncture treatment for healing trauma.
The ancient Greek word for wound is trauma. Simply defined, trauma is a deeply disturbing experience that can create extreme stress and overwhelm the body and the mind.  About 70 percent of U.S. adults have experienced a traumatic event at least once in their lives and up to 20 percent of these people can also develop post-traumatic stress, according to the nonprofit organization Sidran Traumatic Stress Institute. More
Small Adjustments to “Better Our Best”
Micro-resilience isn’t about weakness. On the contrary, small adjustments help us “better our best” and perform closer to our world-class capability. Repeatedly working to the point of collapse isn’t going to be good enough to get the job done at the level we need. Our bleary eyes and foggy brain eventually bring us to the point of diminishing returns. We begin to introduce errors and inconsistencies that require even more effort to repair. Conversely, strategic recoveries along the way allow us to achieve a new and higher level of the all-in commitment we value so highly. More

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