|Dates||October 19th - October 21st, 2018
Registration is between 3 and 6 pm and the retreat ends after lunch on the last day.
|Location||Garrison Institute, Garrison, NY|
|Who can attend?||Parents/Guardians, Teachers, and Youth-Serving Professionals
All levels of experience welcome
|Tuition||Single room - $810 • Double room - $750|
|Deadline||October 5th: All applications received after this date will be put on a wait list|
Jessica Morey began practicing meditation at age 14 in the Insight Meditation Society teen retreats. She returned every year for 6 years and then participated for 10 years in an IMS young adult mentoring group. Jessica has attended longer (1-3 month) retreats in Asia and the US and is a founding board member and lead teacher for iBme teen retreats. Before joining iBme, Jessica worked in clean energy and climate policy and finance. She holds a BA in Environmental Engineering from Dartmouth and Masters degrees in Sustainable Development and International Affairs. She wrote an article in the February 2014 Mindful Magazine, "Finding My Way," about her experience learning and benefiting from mindfulness throughout her young adult years. She is an avid yoga practitioner and skier and loves dancing in any form.
Joe Klein, LPC, CSAC, is a founder of iBme. Joe holds a vision of a new paradigm in youth development and education where teens are supported in cultivating their birthright capacities for joy & love, wonder & curiosity, wisdom & inner genius. Joe brings playfulness, Earth connection and whole brain/whole body/whole-heartedness to his work with young people. He teaches graduate courses, retreats and workshops on mindfulness at Radford University and provides mindfulness-infused counseling for adolescents and young adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma, and addictions in Southwest Virginia. In 2014, Joe helped to co-found Springhouse Community School, which fosters connection to self, community and Earth through mentoring and project-based learning for teens in grades 7-12.