2022 Heart of Winter Daylong Mindfulness and Compassion Retreat ONLINE

2022 Heart of Winter Daylong Mindfulness and Compassion Retreat ONLINE

Sunday February 13, 2022

Cost for the retreat are:


Please contact us at 613-656-3331 for more information. Payment needs to be received to complete registration.  Etransfer can be sent to info@ottawariverpsychology.com or call the offie to pay by credit card. 

New, old, and current interested students of mindfulness and compassion meditation are invited to join together online for a day of cultivating tranquility, ease, equanimity and kindness for self,  others and the world.  The theme for this retreat will be grounding and finding our secure places of refuge in the midst of fear and change.

If you have never taken the deep dive into extended periods of silence, or meditation practice “together apart” with an online community, this is a wonderful opportunity to join in a space facilitated by Dr Kimberly Sogge C.Psych. a clinical health psychologist who is also an experienced meditation teacher (International Mindfulness Teachers Association Certified Mindfulness Teacher – Professional; Senior Certified Mindful Self Compassion Teacher with the Center for Mindful Self Compassion/University of Southern California – San Diego; Spirit Rock Mindfulness Yoga and Meditation Teacher training program).

We encourage you to choose a private, cosy, safe location preferably with access to nature, in which to cultivate silence.  Then JOIN OUR COMMUNITY ONLINE for a day of professionally guided meditation practice cultivating the noble qualities of heart.

The pandemic is taking a toll on many of us; take this time of limited external travel to launch an adventure within.

Refund Policy: Refunds can be requested 7 days prior to the retreat date.

Click the link below to register for “2022 Heart of Winter Daylong Mindfulness and Compassion Retreat ONLINE”.


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