iBme Updates
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Dear Friend,

Remember when this picture looked normal? It wasn't that long ago that we could be outdoors, together, goofing around. So much has happened so quickly — it truly boggles the mind.

Here's the picture at iBme right now:

In response to George Floyd and racial injustice, we stand with Black Lives Matter and the protestors. In response to the Coronavirus, we've moved our retreats and teachings online. Our staff are all working from home to stay safe and ensure that our community has what it needs.

We are here for you and encourage everyone to find solace in practice and connection (we offer a daily weekday meditation — please join).

—The iBme Team
Summer Online Programs

Connect with Mindfulness from Wherever You Are

All you need is an Internet connection and an open heart.
Find the right online mindfulness program for you this June, July, and August:
Mindfulness and authentic relationships are the cornerstones of iBme's approach. We believe that now is a great time to learn and practice tools for self-awareness, truth-telling, and deep listening. And we do it in a way that is real, interactive, and actually quite fun.

All are welcome. Mindfulness at its core is both radical and inclusive.

These iBme programs are a heartfelt invitation into belonging and part of a path toward social and racial equity.
Thank You!

Spring Fundraiser Success

Teens and adults in the iBme community participated in our annual spring fundraiser, clocking hundreds of hours of meditation and raising more than $106,000 to support scholarships for teens.
Try This Guided Meditation
Tara Brach Leads a RAIN practice
a way to work with what is challenging you

Longtime iBme friend and supporter Tara Brach recently joined an online iBme retreat to offer this gentle practice for working with any upsets/emotions/thoughts/situations that you want to transform — from the inside.
Watch now >>
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