Private Meditation Retreat (MindSpa)

Private Meditation Retreat (MindSpa)

Spend one or two days free of digital distractions in a serene, natural setting. Focus on what’s essential–beneath the busy-ness of everyday life.  Relax.  Energize. Reboot.

For couples: Use the safe, warm, supportive environment to discover new resources to deal with unspoken issues.  Learn your love language and how to use it.  Experience healing intimacy through loving awareness, exquisite listening and caring honesty.

Includes pre- and post-retreat assessments, techniques, recordings, and follow-up calls to invigorate your home practice.

INDIVIDUAL

What You Get

  • 7 hours private instruction and guided meditation
  • Personal profile of your strengths and challenges in mindfulness
  • “Eat like a monk” meal
  • Recordings of guided meditation for use at home
  • Take-home techniques for immediate implementation
  • Novel ideas to develop mindfulness informally weekly
  • Two follow-up remote sessions

Logistics

  • Food–You tell me your preferences; I’ll arrange the rest.
  • Dates–contact me
  • Investment
    • Bloomington or Boulder – $2500
    • Anywhere else – $3500 + travel and lodging

COUPLES

What You Get

  • 7 hours exercises, directed conversations, and guided meditations
  • Personal profiles of your Love Language (5 Love Languages–Gary Chapman)
  • Personal profile of your strengths and challenges in mindfulness
  • “Eat like a monk” meal
  • Recordings of guided meditations for use at home
  • Take-home techniques for immediate implementation
  • Novel ideas to develop mindfulness informally weekly
  • Ways to continue developing intimacy beyond the retreat
  • Two follow-up remote sessions

Logistics

  • Food–You tell me your preferences; I’ll arrange the rest
  • Dates–contact me
  • Investment
    • Bloomington or Boulder – $3000
    • Anywhere else – $4000 + travel and lodging

Wonderful, Inspiring, Positive Effects

“A new and wonderful thing, fun, delicious, and inspiring. Seven weeks later, I still feel the positive effects in my meditation practice and in my day-to-day mindfulness.”

Dr. Rob Stone, Chief of Staff of IU Health Bloomington Hospital, Associate Director of IU Health Bloomington Hospice and Medical Director of the Palliative Care program