Spring 2019 Daylong Wild Blue Mindfulness Retreat

From 9am to 4pm Sunday April 28, 2019 participants will cultivate mindfulness in the beautiful Northern boreal forest at the peaceful Gaia Wellness Retreat Center.  The day of mindfulness practice will include foundational mindfulness practices to support the awakening of the heart, embodied practices of mindful walking (weather permitting), a delicious vegetarian lunch, and an afternoon dharma talk.

All group practices will be offered with gentle guidance an experienced mindfulness teacher.

Guiding teacher: Kimberly Sogge PhD CPsych IMTA mindfulness teacher, MSC certified teacher, Awake in the Wild facilitator

The practice of mindfulness extends to connection with our world through the pleasure of food. All meals at this retreat will be offered by the brilliant staff of Gaia Wellness Retreat.  Contact Gaia Wellness Retreat for information on special food accommodations for this date.

Register on EventBrite or if you prefer,  call us at Wild Blue Mindfulness/Ottawa River Psychology Group at 613-656-3331 or email info@ottawariverpsychology.com

About the Retreat Teacher:

Dr. Kimberly Sogge C.Psych. is a registered clinical health psychologist, IMTA certified mindfulness teacher, and MSC certified teacher in private practice in Ottawa, Canada www.drsogge.com. She teaches mindfulness based groups with www.ottawariverpsychology.com and specializes in mindfulness and compassion based interventions with high performing professionals. She has practiced mindfulness meditation for 14 years and has trained in the Insight tradition at Spirit Rock Meditation Center (Mindfulness Yoga and Meditation Teacher Program MYMT3) and with meditation teacher Mark Coleman (Spirit Rock founding teacher, founder of Awake in the Wild).

Retreat manager: Peter Lloyd, MBA

Click the link below to register for “Spring 2019 Daylong Wild Blue Mindfulness Retreat”.

613-656-3331

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