Young Adult Spring Break Retreat (ages 18-32)

Young Adult Spring Break Retreat (ages 18-32)

March 7th – 11th, 2020
Seven Oaks Retreat Center in Madison, VA

Hosted by iBme & Koru Mindfulness

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Young Adult Spring Break Retreat

Recharge your batteries

Take some time for yourself to unplug, refresh, and renew. Remember who you are without all the pressures of life as you learn mindfulness practices for daily living. Engage in relational activities in pairs, small groups, and as a community and explore compassion-building practices. You’ll leave with skills for navigating change with clarity and sustaining your practice.

Who is this retreat for?

Anyone with an open mind and heart who is willing to try something new and do their best to be themselves and accept everyone else in being themselves. You leave an iBme retreat with mindfulness practices and communication skills that you can practice in everyday life to continue to learn, grow, and cultivate your inner life.

Learn the fundamentals

Meditation

Using a variety of formats and teaching frameworks, we impart lessons in self-awareness, compassion, and offer techniques to increase concentration and focus the mind.

Mindful Movement

Spend time each day with a small group of peers, connecting and deepening authentic relationships with other teens who are experiencing the world in similar and different ways from you.

Inner Stillness

Being on retreat offers a rare opportunity to experience a life without constant distractions. We create a technology-free environment that flows back and forth between silent and social times.

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Young Adult Spring Break Retreat Staff

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Marvin G. Belzer

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Cara Lai

Seven Oaks Retreat Center

Seven Oaks Retreat Center

Seven Oaks Retreat Center is situated just north of Charlottesville, in Shenandoah National Park. Designed to support mindfulness and healing, it offers beautiful views of the Blue Ridge Mountains — plus 120 acres of woods and open fields. Seven Oaks serves great food, with meals three times a day and an abundance of options and deliciousness. Guest rooms are in little buildings throughout the retreat, with easy access to the program spaces and Dining Room.

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