COVID-19 Resources from iBme
Here are a number of COVID-19 resources and support from iBme for you and your loved ones to access any time you want.
We know that these unpredictable times can cause a lot of stress and anxiety. Now more than ever a mindfulness practice can serve as an invaluable resource for clarity, calm, and resilience. Even in this moment, as you read this page, can you slow down slightly, feel your feet on the ground, bring awareness to the weight of your body sitting or standing? Can you allow one cycle of breath to deepen and soften? On our own and together, we have everything we need to take care of ourselves whatever is happening around us.
iBme is here to support you. See the programs (some free, some paid), videos, and meditation guidance below to get started.
We’ve created online programs specific to teens and in response to the current reality we’re facing in quarantine/isolation/at social distance.
- Free Drop-Ins w/iBme Teachers:
- Online All-Ages Weekend Retreats
- In-Depth Courses
- iBme offered a 4-week online course, Contemplative Climate Leadership for Youth, in April–May and are busy planning a number of new courses — stay tuned!
Jessica Morey – Connecting with Nature, Inside and Out
Cara Lai – Eating Instructions: Wanting
Mindfulness of the News
Jessica Morey • From the 2019 Massachusetts New Year’s Teen Retreat
Phrases for Practicing Equanimity
Mark Wax • From the 2019 Massachusetts New Year’s Teen Retreat
The Power of Being Yourself
Cara Lai • From the 2019 Massachusetts New Year’s Teen Retreat