About This Event
Build Your Audience in the Digital Age explores how the digital revolution can positively transform human consciousness at the individual and global levels. Learn the most up to date information how holistic education is being re-imagined through phone apps and online courses, giving access to everyone empowering information that was once reserved for the more affluent members of society.
David will be participating in one panel discussion and will be giving a keynote presentation.
Friday, June 21
- 8pm-10pm Workshop
Saturday, June 22
- 9am-Noon Workshop
- 2:30pm-5pm Workshop
Sunday, June 23
- 9am - Noon Workshop
Since its founding in 1977, the Omega Institute has provided opportunities for growth, learning, and healing on its beautiful Rhinebeck Campus. Every year some 23,000 students arrive on the 200 forested acres 90 miles north of New York City, to learn from renowned experts on subjects like mindfulness, spirituality, environmentalism, psychology, creativity, social justice and, yes, yoga.
But your experience at Rhinebeck isn’t limited to your time in the studio. Between classes you can share a delicious meal at the dining hall, wend your way through kilometers of hiking trails, kayak the local lake, take to the tennis or basketball courts, or tour the world-famous Centre for Sustainable Living. You can grab a coffee at the Omega Cafe, pamper yourself with a massage at the Wellness Centre, find some spiritual healing at the Sanctuary, or retreat to the comfort of your room. One of Omega’s core values is holism, belief in the interdependence of all things, and Rhinebeck underscores this ethic by giving students the space to connect with their peers, the environment, and their deepest selves.
At DoYogaWithMe we’re always thinking of ways to connect our personal practices with the wider world, so what better place than Omega’s Rhinebeck campus to host our Yoga Summit 2019?
For more information visit: https://www.eomega.org/rhinebeck
Three times a day, Omega’s chefs serve up wholesome and delicious buffet-style meals at the Rhinebeck Campus’s dining hall. Chat with your peers over a menu designed with the help of James Beard Award-winning chef Michel Nischan that incorporates mostly organic, plant-based dishes sourced with extreme attention to sustainability and ethics. Most of the meals come from local or regional farmers, there are always vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, and the chefs are happy to accommodate those for those with other specific dietary needs. And, if you happen to find yourself a little peckish between meals, you can swing down to the Omega Café and take tea overlooking the campus garden!
For more information visit: https://www.eomega.org/rhinebeck/eat?nid=17947
Omega offers an array of accommodations to suit any style or budget. You can book a Couple Cabin with your partner, or a luxurious Deluxe Double with a friend. Stay lean and grounded by booking a Tent Site or Tent-Cabin, or opt for the simple comfort of a Dorm Single with a view. Whatever your budget or preferences you’re certain to find the right fit, and your accommodation fee will include your meals and amenities.
For more information visit: https://www.eomega.org/rhinebeck/sleep?nid=17947
How to Get There
Omega Institute’s Rhinebeck Campus is located at 150 Lake Drive, Rhinebeck, NY 12572. Clear directions from are available on the Institute’s website here: https://www.eomega.org/rhinebeck/travel?nid=17947
For those who will not be arriving by car, Omega offers shuttle services to the campus from the local bus and train stations, a van service to the relatively close Stewart Airport, a charter bus from New York City, and a rideshare program to connect drivers and riders.
Details and booking for all of these services, as well as help choosing the appropriate method of travel for you, is available at: https://www.eomega.org/rhinebeck/travel?nid=17947