June iBme Updates
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Summer Teen Retreat Registrations Still Open — Time to Dive in!

Our first retreats start in June in Colorado, Southern California, and Northern California. We can't wait to welcome the curious souls who are coming for an iBme experience, fresh faces and returning friends alike. Behind the scenes here, everyone has been been planning and preparing — the curricula, schedules, sleeping arrangements, special diets, arrivals, and a whole lot more.

Now's the time we get to do what we do best: Teen Summer Retreat season.

FYI - You can catch our Executive Director, Jessica Morey, who will be teaching at the Michigan and Massachusetts Teen Retreats, at the Mindfulness@Work Summit2019 which begins next week.
Sign up soon!
Teen Summer Retreats →
The ridiculous amount of love and connection that
was fostered in small groups was amazing.

—Teen from the 2018 Pacific Northwest Retreat
 Adult Mindfulness Retreat
Concord, Massachusetts
August 1 – 4

Take a different kind of summer vacation. Invest in your well-being as you learn meditation and mindfulness tools on a bucolic campus. Relax, meet others with a similar interest, and return home a little more comfortable and confident.

Our Massachusetts Summer Adult Retreat will be guided by Jessica Morey, Doug Worthen, and Cara Lai and takes place at Middlesex School in Concord, Massachusetts.

This retreat is for any adult interested in
an immersive mindfulness experience.
No prior meditation experience necessary.
Those with experience welcome.
Learn More →
from our blog
“What are a couple of words to describe what you hope a teen receives from going an iBme retreat this summer?”

Thank you to Andrea Poile (iBme Retreat Staff) for sharing her thoughts!


Free meditations. Downloadable mindfulness course.
Join us on the Insight Timer app.

You'll find 10 unique meditations, totally free, including:

* Morning Meditation
* Doing Nothing
* Kindness from the Heart
PLUS You can purchase the Master the Basics of Mindfulness for Teens course. Ten 15-minute recordings that easily guide you into the experience of mindfulness.

Online Mindfulness@Work Summit
Begins June 10 — sign up now!

Join 30+ leaders, including iBme Executive Director, Jessica Morey, for a free online event focused on bringing mindfulness to the workplace. Experienced teachers, executives, academics, entrepreneurs, and other experts will offer more than 26 hours of training and insights to help us build a groundswell of change to the places we work.
You will learn how to:
✔ Enhance or launch a program with the latest practices, science, and research
✔ Transform your workplace culture increasing resilience & human connection
✔ Plan for success mitigating legal, ethical, religious & safety concerns
✔ Find inspiration and create community

Free event, donations accepted!

Mindful Schools is pleased to offer this June 23 donation-based event with Joseph Goldstein. Your thoughtful generosity helps to provide:

  • Access to quality programs, such as this one, regardless of financial ability
  • Scholarships for teachers
  • Free classroom resources for the community
  • Mindfulness programs for underserved schools

You are also welcome to share this event with your friends and in your communities, in support of growing awareness of mindfulness in education.

Sign-up now!

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