Caring Retreat 2019
the very first three- day Caring Retreat.
Date and Time
Begins Friday July 12 at 10:00am (registration and lunch)
Concludes Sunday July 14, 2019 at 4pm
Held at beautiful Ratna Ling Retreat Center, accommodations are secluded cottages, each with two bedrooms, bath, living area, microwave, coffee/tea service, and outdoor deck with views of the wooded and meadowed hills, redwoods, birds, and animals. Open to everyone. There are no pre-requisites for attending.
- Three days (2 nights) accommodations
- Delicious vegetarian meals
- Unlimited tea/coffee/ filtered drinking water
- The full program of teachings with 9 sessions of study and practice spread over the three days, plus evening sessions of Caring Mindfulness Relaxation.
Click here for full description of schedule. (pdf)
- $385 per person. (Full payment by July 10) Cottages can accommodate up to 4 persons in two bedrooms with queen beds. Single persons will be assigned a cottage-mate, each in a separate bedroom.
*One scholarship of up to $385 may be available depending on the need and the number of registrations. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL! Save $35 by enrolling by June 30. Discounted cost is $350
Proceeds from the Caring Retreat support of the community of Odiyan Retreat Center.
Register now for this new and exclusive retreat! Don’t miss this opportunity for a memorable, shared exploration deep into the heart of Caring!
The Caring Retreat is led by Odiyan teaching faculty Barbara Belew, Helena Gold, and Kara Matheson.
Barbara is a Clinical Psychologist, program coordinator and co-editor of the Caring book, and co-developer of the Caring Program curriculum. Helena is a 35-year student of Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche, a Nyingma Buddhist Psychology practitioner and teacher; and co-developer of the Caring Program curriculum. Kara is a 17-year student of Tarthang Tulku Rinpoche. She is the sacred art project manager at Odiyan’s Karma Factory Foundry where she develops and oversees the production of cast bronze sculptures.
Barbara Belew, Caring Program Coordinator.
NEWS! Stay tuned for a continuation of Tarthang Rinpoche’s ‘Caring ‘ book teachings with online classes direct from the Caring Program faculty at Odiyan Retreat Center. Don’t miss this chance for deeper levels of engagement! Email email@example.com for more details on the Caring online class programs.