Online Retreat

Restructuring Your Life: Making Inner and Outer Changes that Align with Who You Are Now

Phillip Moffitt

Phillip Moffitt

Dana DePalma

Dana DePalma

There comes a time in everyone’s life when it’s clear that a restructuring is needed, that the framework you’ve built isn’t serving you any longer. Perhaps you’re spending too much time on things that are no longer a priority, or there’s something you really want to be doing but other things keep getting in the way. Perhaps you’re living your life according to a story you’ve outgrown, or maybe you’ve made an internal shift but your outer life hasn’t caught up.

This three-day mindfulness-based workshop retreat will interweave short, guided meditations with practical teachings on topics such as values and intentions, priorities, and the journey through change. You’ll complete self-assessments that will help you gain clarity and support you in catching up with yourself. We will focus on mindfulness practices you can utilize to stay true to what’s most important and help you reorient when you inevitably get off track.

Affinity Group

Open to all

Phillip Moffitt

Phillip Moffitt

Teacher

Phillip Moffitt is a Buddhist meditation teacher and writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is also the founder and president of Life Balance Institute where he trains leaders and professionals in how to skillfully make major transitions in their lives.

Dana DePalma, MFT

Dana DePalma, MFT

Teacher

Dana DePalma is a Stewarding Teacher at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and Guiding Teacher at Dharma Ground, an organization she co-founded. She specializes in teaching Nine Bodies Insight, a method of practice which utilizes specific teachings on the structure of consciousness to balance, refine, and empower one’s Insight Meditation practice.

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