Learning & Leisure Weekend
A Weekend Workshop
To Be Announced
at the ToDo Institute in the Green Mountains of Vermont
For information and registration, call (800) 950-6034 / (802) 453-4440 or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Stimulate your mind and heart with simple yet powerful principles from the East while refreshing your body in the serenity of Vermont.
The Learning Part
During the weekend we'll explore principles of Japanese psychology, blending the practical, the spiritual and the psychological. Saturday's focus is drawn from Naikan and will include topics such as self-reflection, cultivating gratitude, giving and receiving, service, and empathy. Sunday's focus is drawn from Morita Therapy and will include topics such as working with your attention, self-discipline, coexisting with feelings, setting goals, finding purpose, and establishing daily life criteria.
The Leisure Part
Take a short drive and relax on the shore of Lake Champlain. Hop an evening ferry and watch the sunset over the Adirondack Mountains. Ride your bicycle through covered bridges. Take a walk on the Robert Frost Nature Trail or if you're more ambitious try a climb to the top of Camel's Hump Mountain. Good food is abundant in both Burlington and Middlebury. Or simply relax on our deck with a book, a glass of maple lemonade and a breeze.
The ToDo Institute is a nonprofit education and retreat center, nestled on 12 wooded acres in the foothills of the Green Mountains. We are located about 30 minutes south of Burlington, VT which is accessible by plane, bus and train. Driving time from NY-6hrs; Boston-4hrs.
Tuition: The program costs pricing is forcoming. This includes tuition, handouts, coffee and dessert on Friday, a healthy lunch on Saturday and a copy of A Natural Approach to Mental Wellness. Lodging: On-site lodging is shared room/shared bath or private room/shared bath. The cost is $xx.xx per night which includes breakfast. If you prefer we can help you arrange off-site lodging at one of the local inns or B&B's.
- To Be Announce
Gregg Krech is the Director of the ToDo Institute, one of the leading authorities on Japanese methods of psychology in the US and author of the award winning Naikan: Gratitude, Grace and the Japanese Art of Self-Reflection. Linda Anderson Krech, MSW, helped to apply Morita and Naikan to those with mental illness for over ten years and is on staff at the ToDo Institute.
- Date to be scheduled (Monkton, Vermont)
- $ pricing fortcoming per person for lodging and breakfast