Menla Mount Retreat Center Announcement


 Autumn Retreat For Renewal

Mind, Mood & Happiness: Transforming the Self through Compassion

  • Combines the wisdom of 2500 year-old Eastern teachings with techniques from current health psychology.
  • Shows participants how to practice and acquire skills to calm the mind, regulate affective states and manage fluctuations in mood and anxiety states though unique exercises in biofeedback, meditation, and somatic therapies, while enjoy nourishing experiences in serene surroundings.
  • This workshop is appropriate for anyone seeking improvement in health and wellness who wants to learn to better manage stress and more effectively navigate life’s daily ups and downs.
  • CEs available for professional credit.

Dr. Urszula Klich specializes in teaching people to apply tools for self-regulation to maximize physical and emotional health through Mindfulness-Based Biofeedback. Living more mindfully is advantageous to anyone who recognizes a need for shift in their life and sets an intention to move forward. With compassion-informed treatment, her philosophy involves fostering one’s healing power to improve physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

Dr. Ronald Alexander is Director of the Open Mind Training Institute in Santa Monica, California which offers clinical programs in mindfulness-based psychotherapy, transformational leadership and mindfulness meditation. He has studied and taught meditation and its clinical application for 35 years in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia and Asia. He is the author of Wise Mind, Open Mind: Finding Purpose and Meaning in Times of Crisis, Loss and Change.

Workshop at Menla Mountain Retreat Center. Reserve early for your preferred accommodations and to schedule optional massage or other treatments at the Mahakuna Spa and Wellness Center.

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