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OMEGA INSTITUTE, NY: 5-day retreat, The Path of the Heartwalker

Start:
October 18, 2015
End:
October 23, 2015
Cost:
$425
Venue:
Omega Institute
Address:
150 Lake Drive, Rhinebeck, NY, United States, 12572
Payment:
Refund Policy
More than 3 weeks before the workshop (100% refund, minus $50 admin fee)
Less than 3 weeks before the workshop (100% credit for future workshops, minus $25 admin fee)
Less than 48 hours before the workshop (no refund)
Event Details

October 18 – 23, 2015
Friday, 8 pm – Sunday, 12 pm (detailed schedule to follow)
$425 for workshop; price for food/lodging varies

Registration begins March 1 with Omega Institute.

Join us this 5-day retreat for THE PATH OF THE HEARTWALKER: MASTERING RESPECTFUL CONFRONTATION.

Our current world situation is calling us to walk more of our talk!

Joe Weston and his qualified team offer easy-to-apply practices and theories to help you bring all your studies of mindfulness, love and compassion into every aspect of your life with skill, courage and creativity. Walking in the world with an empowered heart leads to personal freedom, fulfillment, purpose and a beneficial impact on those around you.

At the heart of Mastering Respectful Confrontation is the belief that it is possible to stand in your power, speak your truth, hear the truth of others, and get your needs met in a way that will harm neither you nor others.

The combination of theory, dynamic exercises, martial arts principles and applicable life tools result in a noticeable shift in behavior, deeper insight into yourself, and an ease with tackling challenging situations with integrity and understanding. This results in physical and emotional self-care; setting clearer boundaries; practicing fierce compassion; deeper listening and self-awareness; inner peace; enhanced intimacy by empowering others from a place of power.

The retreat setting enhances the experience by allowing you to go deeper into your process.

Maximum number of participants: 30. This workshop is taught by the founder of Respectful Confrontation, Joe Weston, with a qualified support staff.
“I was very surprised by the personal care and support I received at all times from Joe and his team. It allowed me to explore challenging aspects of myself in a safe way.” Susan R.