Meditation + Practice Discussion with Alexis Thursday, April 2, 8pm ET - *ONLINE*
Alexis will be offering an online guided meditation and discussion/Q+A open to students, friends and yogis from his retreat teaching communities and global Sangha.
Date: Thursday, April 2nd, 8pm ET
Location: ONLINE via Zoom*
Meeting ID: 506-620-0060
Details: Please register HERE to help us get a sense of participation. Thank you!
*If you're new to Zoom, we suggest watching this mini Zoom tutorial (less than 60 seconds) to help you get set up. It will walk you through how to download Zoom and sign in.
Mindful of Money Community Series in May *ONLINE* with Phoenix, co-hosted with the Portland Dharma House
In this 4-session course with Open Door teacher Phoenix Soleil, we will explore our relationship with money in community. To join these sessions, you'll need a phone or computer and access to the internet. Please see brief description and registration details below.
In this surreal time of global unrest regarding the coronavirus, it is impacting our very sense of security on many levels: socially, our communities, our bodies, our finances. Money especially can be a taboo in our culture. And right now we are feeling a threat that impacts everyone's financial security. It’s in times like this that it is important that we have spaces where we can talk about this, feel and support each other, and heal in community.
For a full description, details + to register: click HERE
NON-RESIDENTIAL RETREATS + CLASS SERIES
A non-residential half-day or daylong retreat is an opportunity to deepen your practice in community. Retreats are generally held in silence (unless otherwise noted) and take place on a Saturday or Sunday. A full-day retreat schedule runs from 10am - 4pm and usually includes periods of sitting and walking, Q+A and discussion. Meditation cushions and chairs are provided. Please bring your own lunch and outdoor wear for walking outside weather permitting.
Unless otherwise noted, all retreats will take place at Good Medicine Collective, 231 York Street, Portland, ME 04102. On-street parking is available.
Registration is required as seating is limited. See available links to register below.
A class series is a group of weekly classes led by an ODMC teacher around a particular theme (Beginner Series, Mindful of Money, etc). Space is often limited to 25 people or less. Classes generally meet weekly for 3-, 4- or 6- weeks periods. A class series is a way to deepen your practice within the support of a smaller community group.
2020 Non-Residential Retreats + Class Series:
January 4 Daylong: Daylong retreat with Cara Lai
February 29 Daylong: Daylong retreat with Alexis Santos
March Series: 4-Class Series on Wednesdays for People of Color with Phoenix Soleil
May 3 Daylong: Daylong retreat with Devon + Craig Hase, registration TBD
May Series: 4-Class Series on Wednesdays with Phoenix Soleil, registration TBD
June 6: Daylong Insight Dialogue retreat with Jan Surrey + Jaylene Summers, registration TBD