Mini-retreats at “Mindful Kindful YOUniversity”

at my “Mindful Kindful YOUniversity” home in Los Osos, CA

Visitors to the beautiful CA Central Coast are welcome!

The mini-retreats at my “Mindful Kindful YOUniversity” are currently on hold as we continue this ride through the pandemic, although I am hopeful of resuming these as soon as things settle back down. Until we resume, please join me on my outdoor “Nourished by Nature” Mindful Meet-ups and mini-retreats: Into the forest… OR  By the Sea!

Attend our next YOUniversity retreat!

Learn about other YOUniversity Retreats HERE

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Mini-retreats for Resilience and Well-being at Mindful Kindful YOUniversity in Los Osos

In the past 4 years I have held mini-retreats 3-4 times annually in my home. The themes have varied but typically include any combination of the following: meditation, slow yoga and mindful movement, intention setting, creating art, mindful walking to the nearby Nature Springs preserve or labyrinth, meals, and more!

These are generally for anyone over the age of 18 seeking well being, however mature teens are welcome to share the experience with a parent/guardian. No experience with mindfulness or meditation is necessary. “Beginners” are welcome and encouraged! Simply attend with your curiosity and an open-heart. Leave with rekindled intentions and inspiration to positively support you when responding to life as it is — the good stuff, the tough stuff, all of it — with grace and skill.

Read more “About Retreats” >>> HERE <<<

including the research, what we do, testimonies, and articles.

Photo by Dee DiGioia – this labyrinth is a block from my home in Baywood-Los Osos overlooking the “back bay” of Morro Bay, CA. It is often one of the mindful walking options during our retreat. (above)

You’re invited!

WHEN: TBA

WHERE: TBA

REGISTER HERE: (coming soon)

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relaxing in the evening in my home (above)
View of Morro Bay and evening sunsets from my home (above)

 

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Questions? Contact Dee DiGioia, your mindfulness guide