Omega’s Campus Reopens May 27, Drawing Renowned Teachers
Omega Institute, a Hudson Valley destination for lifelong learning, will reopen its Rhinebeck campus on May 27 for six months of in-person workshops, conferences, retreats and professional training opportunities. Renowned teachers and social visionaries such as Pema Chödrön, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Justin Michael Williams and Kate Tellers will be traveling to Omega to lead these live classes.
Additionally, in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, Omega has expanded its digital offerings, which have grown significantly to include access to popular workshops and many free resources, including conversations with top teachers, an award-winning podcast and the Omega Online Community. By hosting live streams, virtual classes and self-paced courses on demand, eOmega.org is providing options to learn remotely year-round.
“The arrival of spring brings with it the longed-for promise of a new campus season and opportunities to learn and practice those things that give us reason for hope–personally and together as a human family,” said Robert “Skip” Backus, chief executive officer at Omega. “Whether you join us online or in person in 2022, we invite you to explore the many ways Omega can help you expand your possibilities.”
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