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07/03/2016 to 07/08/2016
Nina Shengold
The Storyteller's Voice

This workshop is part of Arts Week. Learn more.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/03/2016 to 07/08/2016
Steve Leicach

This workshop is part of Arts Week. Learn more.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/08/2016 to 07/10/2016
Ricky Baruc
For Great Health & Community

Please call Omega at 877.944.2002 to register for this workshop.

Is there anything more important to health and survival than what you eat?

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/10/2016 to 07/15/2016
Hari Kirin Kaur Khalsa
The Healing Power of Yoga, Chant & Expressive Arts

The program is part of Retreat Week. Learn more.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/10/2016 to 07/15/2016
Eric Maisel

The program is part of Retreat Week. Learn more.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/10/2016 to 07/15/2016
Carmen Mensink
Healing Plants in Tibetan Medicine

The program is part of Retreat Week. Learn more.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/15/2016 to 07/17/2016
Frank Marquette

This workshop has been cancelled.

Improvisation has been used to train actors and performers since at least Roman times, but it’s no longer for thespians alone.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/15/2016 to 07/17/2016
Albert Flynn DeSilver

The practice of writing is ultimately an exploration of consciousness and a path toward deeper self-awareness.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/17/2016 to 07/22/2016
Alok Hsu Kwang-han
Zen Creativity & the Art of Life

Making art is a way to rest in the spaciousness of your being, become intimate with not knowing, and allow your creativity to dance from emptiness.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/22/2016 to 07/24/2016
Suzi K. Edwards
Imagine Your Creative Path

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

From the earliest known mosaic (the 4,500-year-old Standard of Ur) to the flourishing contemporary art scene, mosaics have had an important place in public and private art.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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07/03/2016 to 07/08/2016
Nina Shengold
The Storyteller's Voice

This workshop is part of Arts Week. Learn more.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/03/2016 to 07/08/2016
Steve Leicach

This workshop is part of Arts Week. Learn more.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/08/2016 to 07/10/2016
Ricky Baruc
For Great Health & Community

Please call Omega at 877.944.2002 to register for this workshop.

Is there anything more important to health and survival than what you eat?

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/10/2016 to 07/15/2016
Hari Kirin Kaur Khalsa
The Healing Power of Yoga, Chant & Expressive Arts

The program is part of Retreat Week. Learn more.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/10/2016 to 07/15/2016
Eric Maisel

The program is part of Retreat Week. Learn more.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/10/2016 to 07/15/2016
Carmen Mensink
Healing Plants in Tibetan Medicine

The program is part of Retreat Week. Learn more.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/15/2016 to 07/17/2016
Frank Marquette

This workshop has been cancelled.

Improvisation has been used to train actors and performers since at least Roman times, but it’s no longer for thespians alone.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/15/2016 to 07/17/2016
Albert Flynn DeSilver

The practice of writing is ultimately an exploration of consciousness and a path toward deeper self-awareness.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/17/2016 to 07/22/2016
Alok Hsu Kwang-han
Zen Creativity & the Art of Life

Making art is a way to rest in the spaciousness of your being, become intimate with not knowing, and allow your creativity to dance from emptiness.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY
07/22/2016 to 07/24/2016
Suzi K. Edwards
Imagine Your Creative Path

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

From the earliest known mosaic (the 4,500-year-old Standard of Ur) to the flourishing contemporary art scene, mosaics have had an important place in public and private art.

Location:
Rhinebeck, NY

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For more than 30 years, Daniel Mack has worked with wood and natural materials as an artist, furniture maker, and architectural consultant. He teaches how to work with rustic materials as an artistic path of honoring the unseen. Learn more about Dan Mack 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
Krista Vernoff, former executive producer and main writer of ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" speaks about her experiences as Omega Seasonal Staff, how she came to be a writer at Omega, and how artists struggle without any support in our contemporary world.   More
Stewart Cubley is the co-author of "Life, Paint & Passion: Reclaiming the Magic of Spontaneous Expression". He has traveled throughout the world for more than 30 years working with individuals and groups to access the potential within the human heart and imagination. Explore more from Stewart Cubley.Join Steward Cubley for Awakening The Creative, June 19-24, 2016. More
A grandmaster of the American Tarot Association, Mary K. Greer is a member of numerous tarot organizations, and is featured at tarot conferences and symposia around the world. Greer also has a wide following in the women’s and pagan communities for her work in women’s spirituality and magic. An Arch Priestess-Hierophant in the Fellowship of Isis, she is founder of the Iseum of Isis Aurea. More
Omega Teen Camp is an experience like no other! Our summer camp is about fun, connection, self-awareness, and self-expression. We are all about creating a fun, safe, and loving place for you to be exactly who you are. Explore more about Omega Teen Camp.   More
In this short documentary—shot over three days at Omega, in Rhinebeck, New York—calligrapher Alok Hsu Kwang-han leads one of his workshops and discusses the power and definition of art.   Explore more from Alok Hsu Kwang-han.   More
Distinguished writer and commentator for National Public Radio’s All Things Considered, Nancy Slonim Aronie says that there is so much judgment in so many areas of our life—our jobs, our schools, our relationships—that the most important part of the creative process is creating a safe, writing environment. Explore more from Nancy Slonim Aronie   More
Experience the extraordinary physical exhilaration of flying and catching on the trapeze in a fun and supportive environment. Discover why Peter Gold's workshop transforms the flying trapeze into a metaphor for life.   Explore more from Peter Gold         More
Omega cofounder Stephan Rechtschaffen shares why Ecstatic Chant has the communal power to elevate people to a place of positivity and presence by joining voices together to sing and chant the many names for God from around the globe.   Learn more about Stephan Rechtschaffen.     More

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Omega Institute Why You Should Eat More Fat: An Interview With Mark Hyman
An Interview With Mark Hyman
Omega: What food mistakes did you make in the past that helped inform your current diet and recommendations? More
Omega Institute Roasted Artichokes by Suzanne Boothby
In his “Ode to an Artichoke” Pablo Neruda wrote, “The tender-hearted artichoke dressed up as a warrior, erect, it built itself a little dome, it kept itself impregnable beneath its armoured leaves.” Cooking artichokes can be intimidating thanks to their tough exterior, but their health benefits are worth the extra effort. Along with being a great source of fiber and vitamins C and K, artichokes are full of antioxidants. Makes 6-8 Servings More
Omega Institute A Writer's Rules for Meditation by Natalie Goldberg
More than four decades is a long time to be engaged in one activity. Have I managed to do meditation every day no matter what? No. Have I often experienced states of bliss that kept me going? No. Did my knees hurt? Yes. Did my shoulders ache? Yes. Was I sometimes filled with anger, aggression, tormented by old ragged memories? Yes. Did I burn with sexual desire, crave a hot fudge sundae so bad my teeth ached? Yes. Why did I do it? What kept me going? More
The Courage to Choose: An Interview With Elizabeth Gilbert, Part 3
An Interview With Elizabeth Gilbert, Part 3
Omega: Women in the 21st century are forging new paths while being held to impossible “women's magazine” standards—“perfection” and “balance” are words you encourage women not to use. The Signature of All Things tells the 19th century life story of a rare, intrepid woman scientist. Do you consider yourself political in your writing? More
Omega Institute Spring Pea Soup by Andrea Beaman
Organic, frozen mixed vegetables are good for quick-and-easy stir-fries and soups. While I highly encourage you to prepare fresh food from local and seasonal products, if you don’t have time or access, count on frozen vegetables to help you out in the kitchen. Ingredients More
Omega Institute Linguine With Beet Greens by Suzanne Boothby
Beets have a long history as an edible aphrodisiac—the Ancient Romans believed beets promoted loving feelings and enhanced sex appeal, and beets are sometimes used as a pagan symbol for love and beauty. More
Omega Institute Creativity Is In Your Fingertips: An Interview With Lynda Barry
An Interview With Lynda Barry
Omega: In your book What It Is, you have a character that says, “The thing I call ‘my mind’ seems to be kind of like a landlord that doesn’t really know its tenants.” What are some of the ways your landlord gets to know its tenants? More
Omega Institute 7 Ways to Optimize Your Potential From Leonardo da Vinci: An Interview With Michael J. Gelb
An Interview With Michael J. Gelb
Omega: What is your definition of a personal or professional Renaissance? Michael: We are all born with the capacity for genius. Every healthy child displays boundless energy, wild imagination, and delightful creativity. But then we go to school and get de-geniused. Renaissance means “rebirth.” I’m devoted to helping my students experience a rebirth or Renaissance of their original energy, imagination, and creativity.  More
Omega Institute Roasted Rainbow Carrots by Suzanne Boothby
Did you know that carrots are much sweeter in winter than summer? Colder temperatures encourage carrots to convert their starch stores into sugar so they don’t freeze. It’s like nature’s version of antifreeze, but much tastier. More

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