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Do you feel like you are moving through your life on automatic pilot? Has being stressed and overwhelmed become your default way of living? Are you ready to take a proactive role in your health and well-being by cultivating the inner resources that lead to greater psychological strength, resilience, and compassion? During this retreat, you will learn how to live with greater peace, clarity, joy, and vitality.
Camp DeWolfe is a place where, for generations, thousands have come seeking to enjoy the beauty of the Long Island Sound and have experienced greater well-being through the power of reflection, seclusion, and nature.
There are eight heated cabins in total. Each cabin is single sex, accommodates 12 guests, and includes bathroom facilities with two separate shower buildings nearby. Participants must bring their own sheets and towels.
The retreat lodge is a three-bedroom, one-level house with full bathroom, full kitchen, and living room. Living arrangements are two to four people per room. Participants must bring their own sheets and towels.
The Benson house is a historic, three-story house, overlooking Long Island Sound with spectacular views of the sunset. All rooms in Benson are doubles. Sheets, towels, and bedding are included.
This three-day retreat is a rare opportunity to have an immersive experience in the practice and theory of mindfulness meditation on Long Island. Drawing from core components of the evidence-based mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) program and research in the science of positive psychology, you will take a deep dive exploration into what well-being is and how to cultivate greater flourishing in your life.
Open to practitioners of all meditation experience (including none at all), the program is highly participatory, supportive, and structured.
This retreat will be held in Wading River in New York, USA, and will be hosted at one of Long Island's most scenic and historical retreat centers, Camp DeWolfe. Overlooking the Long Island Sound, Camp DeWolfe’s 26-acre beachfront property offers year-round facilities for retreats, conferences, and meetings in Wading River, New York.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner will be served at 8:00 a.m., at noon, and at 5:00 p.m., respectively. Camp DeWolfe also has Davis Dining Hall, a spacious facility for 150 people with fireplace and buffet-style food service. Davis offers hot buffet breakfast, buffet lunch, and hot buffet dinner.