for Young Adults 18–32
5-day immersion retreats in beautiful places. New meditators and those with experience welcome.
What do you do on retreat?
Learn or deepen mindfulness
Learn simple mindfulness tools to use anywhere, any time for ease and presence.
Learn meditation through guided and silent, sitting and walking practices from expert teachers.
Develop genuine relationships and cultivate communication skills and participate in small-group check-ins.
Take time to be with yourself in new ways, to reflect and discover.
iBme Young Adult Retreats
These retreats provide an opportunity for young adults to pause, reconnect, and drop in to what matters in the midst of school, work, and the changes of life. The mindfulness tools learned and practiced on an iBme retreat help reduce stress and teach skills for navigating life in a self-empowering way. The retreat experience invites young adults to stay connected with their natural confidence, ease, and inner spark while developing psychological, emotional, and relational skills for everyday life.
Some of our young adult retreats are open to everyone and some are offered in partnership with a particular school and its community.
The basic ingredients of an iBme retreat? Mindfulness, community, nature, and fun.
|Fall 2020||Celebration and Restoration of Communities of Color CourseOnline||Learn More|
|October 5 - November 9||Meditation as Support for White Anti-Racist Action CourseOnline||Learn More|
|October 20 - November 24||Contemplative Climate Leadership: Sustaining Loving Action Amidst Global CrisisOnline||Learn More|
|November 5-8||Harvard Embodied Nonviolent Communication CourseOnline||Learn More|
|November 13-15, 2020||Meeting the Moment All Ages RetreatOnline||Learn More Register|
|Dec. 28, 2020–Jan. 1, 2021||New Year's Teen & Young Adult Retreat (East) Online||Learn More|
|Dec. 28, 2020–Jan. 1, 2021||New Year's Young Adult Retreat (West) Online||Learn More|
Our faculty and staff
Our retreats are led by awesome adults with years of experience serving and teaching mindfulness, alongside their own longstanding mindfulness practices. iBme faculty and staff walk their talk in their professional and personal lives and devote themselves to creating a truly unique and safe container for each person to be welcomed, accepted, and supported in the ways they need. Oh, and have some fun along the way!
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