There is something about a New Year that makes us take stock of our lives. Make New Year resolutions if you want, but what if you just decided to accept that you are fine as you are? […]
We’re looking forward to the fantastic retreats and workshops planned for the coming months here at New Life, featuring Vipassana meditation, Ashtanga yoga, Plum Village practice, and Buddhist recovery in the Dharma Punx tradition.
With Kim Roberts, 12-16 November, 2014: Transition offers opportunity for growth. Maybe you know something has to give, and yet you don’t quite know how to maneuver the passage. In this 4 day retreat, Kim Roberts will guide us through a simple method of using mindfulness practices to proceed with grace and ease during these passages. You will learn skills to negotiate life transitions whether big or small.
Transition offers opportunity for growth. Maybe you know something has to give, and yet you don’t quite know how to maneuver the passage. Kim Roberts shares some excellent advice on mindfully negotiating life’s transitions with a 4-step method:
Many incredible retreats planned for the upcoming months here at New Life. Dance, insight/vipassana meditation, or Ashtanga yoga – whatever your interest, we’re offering it! Check out our special guests and more details on the retreats they are offering.
The ambition here at New Life Foundation is to give alternatives for different ways of expression so that everybody, regardless of their preferred channel, can enjoy their flow of creativity. One example of this is the Creative Writing Workshops, facilitated by New Life writer and life coach, Kim Roberts.
With Kim Roberts, 11- 16 April, 2014: Thai new year (Songkran) is celebrated as a time to let go of past mistakes and undertake new beginnings. Align with your inner wisdom so it can guide you to the next stage of your development. Let this year be the one where you finally drop the bad habits and focus on what really matters to you.
“I recently participated in the ‘Change your mind, Change your Life’ retreat with psychotherapist, yoga instructor, and meditation teacher Kim Roberts at New Life. (…)” Keanu was kind enough to describe his personal experience and his most life-changing moment during the retreat.