During these times of societal and global unrest, what does it mean to hold the non-dual perspective that there is nothing wrong? How do we access such an experience without ignoring the reality of what’s in front of us? If there is nothing wrong, how can change occur?
Join Caverly Morgan this fall for a non-residential urban retreat in Portland, OR.
The weekend will include meditations and self-reflective explorations, relational mindfulness exercises, and conscious, compassionate communication skills. We’ll also be exploring mindful movement with Madeline Harmon.
- Friday, October 13: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
- Saturday, October 14: 10:00am – 5:00pm
- Sunday, October 15: 10:00am – 3:00pm
- No experience required. All welcome.
We are deeply committed to being an open and inclusive community, accepting and supporting diversity in age, race, physical and mental abilities, as well as sexual orientation and gender identity. Please let us know how we can fully support your retreat experience.
As a mindfulness teacher for Peace in Schools, Madeline’s mission is to assist youth in realizing their personal power and cultivating attitudes of loving kindness towards themselves and others. She began her journey with mindfulness through the practice of yoga in 2008. She has worked with K-12 students in schools across the San Francisco Bay Area to help them develop personal mindfulness practices since 2011. Madeline completed her 200 and 300 hour yoga teacher trainings and is currently pursuing her Masters in Social Work. She brings playfulness, loving kindness and openness to her classroom.