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Omega in Rhinebeck

Whether you're new to Omega or have been part of our community for years, there's a place for you here. Conveniently located just 90 miles north of New York City, Omega's natural environment and quiet pace allow for extraordinary experiences to unfold. 

Discover Omega

Our All-Inclusive Stay Includes

• Your choice of accommodations

• 3 delicious farm-to-table meals per day

• Daily Open Classes in meditation, yoga, and tai chi

• Canoeing and kayaking

• Pickleball, basketball and tennis

• Extensive gardens, nature trails, and waterfront on our 250-acre campus

• Access to Omega Art Bags, the Ram Dass Library, Sanctuary, Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OCSL), and more

Accommodations & Convenient Package Rates

Make the most of your experience by staying on campus with us! All accommodations prices include meals, amenities, and more.
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I have attended Omega many times and love the spirit of growing and learning on campus.
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A Day at Omega


Typical Daily Schedule


7:00 - 8:00 a.m. Daily Open Class in meditation, yoga, or tai chi
7:00 - 8:45 a.m. Breakfast
9:00 a.m. - noon Workshop
noon to 2:00 p.m. Lunch
2:30 - 5:00 p.m. Workshop or free time
6:00 - 7:15 p.m. Dinner
8:00 p.m. Evening event

Must See Places on Campus

Don't miss these popular spots on the Omega campus in Rhinebeck, NY.

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Feel Good with Omega Wellness Center Services

Our staff can help you find the perfect treatment, while making sure you don't miss a moment of your workshop, meals, or other Omega events.  Learn more.

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Visit the Omega Store

The Omega Store offers meditation cushions, yoga mats, new and classic books from Omega faculty, clothing, jewelry, toiletries, and much more. Browsers are welcome! 

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About Our Rates

What makes up the cost of staying on Omega's campus?

Omega is an almost 50-year old nonprofit organization housed on a 100 year-old campus.  There are a lot of costs to accommodations that cannot be neatly squared — such as rising energy costs, lightning strikes, land rehabilitation; but, we want you to know where you hard-earned dollars go when you visit and support Omega.

We look forward to hosting you as a participant and supporter.  Learn about more ways to support Omega.

Housing & Maintenance

We're proud stewards of 250 acres of land and 116 wood-framed buildings.  In addition to maintaining the beautiful grounds and gardens that participants like you enjoy, we're also protecting and maintaining the water, soil, and trees that support us.

During the season we invest about $400,000 on campus maintenance.  When Omega is closed over winter we expect to spend between $500,000 and $1,000,000 repairing and maintaining housing and classrooms.


We pride ourselves on offering fresh meals with an emphasis on plant-based cuisine.  We also work hard to accommodate dietary restrictions.  In the Omega dining hall, we cook on average $700,000 worth of food during the season.


In addition to the year-round team of about 60 people, every summer 200 or more seasonal staffers join us to support every part of the participant experience — from groundskeeping to registration.  A week on campus sees more than $170,000 in staffing expenses.

It's part of our practice to invest in our Omega team.  Seasonal staff take holistic studies classes, join one Omega workshop of their choice, and attend daily open classes in yoga, tai chi, and meditation.  This key benefit reflects our mission to awaken the best in the human spirit and bring teaching and wisdom to as many learners as possible.


Omega's mission is committed to making lifelong learning programs accessible to participants of all economic means.  Annually, we invest nearly $1,000,000 to host nonprofit retreats free of charge, offer reduced and free program and housing scholarships, and underwrite critical capacity building training and programming.


Operating expenses are a broad category, but they include everthing from the insurance we pay on campus to our phone systems and website maintenance. This cost allows us to sustain, grow, and thrive as we adapt to the new economy and the changing needs of our community.

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Acknowledgement of Indigenous Land

At Omega, we continue to deepen our relationship with—and seek guidance from—our Indigenous partners, locally, nationally, and abroad. We acknowledge that we exist on lands that reflect a legacy of Indigenous stewardship, and we honor their deep connection to place and understanding of the interconnected nature of all living things.

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