My Omega Experience – Part 1

 

Traditionally, Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of the summer season. It does not take much to notice obvious signs of early fall. School is now in full swing, football season is underway, fall decorations adorn department stores, and soon we will be planning our holiday get-togethers. Reflecting back on my summer of 2015, one of the highlights was my annual trek to the Omega Institute, located in the Hudson River Valley in rural upstate New York.

A Summer Camp for Adults 

The Omega Institute is a non-profit organization with an admirable and noble mission dedicated to the advancement of the body, mind and spirit. The campus is extraordinarily peaceful with beautiful, well-kept grounds, and has a feeling of a summer camp for adults. Omega is a spiritual retreat center focused on transformation and spiritual growth; there are many spots for quiet contemplation. There are hundreds of workshops/trainings to select from throughout the spring, summer and fall months, with an impressive faculty of recognizable celebrity names as lecturers (last year I attended a workshop led by Deepak Chopra, MD). 

Amenities at Omega

Omega offers fantastic amenities, including a beautiful new center for sustainable living, tennis and basketball courts, daily yoga and tai chi, a meditation space, a lake for swimming and canoeing, sauna, spa, bookstore, library and hiking trails. Evening activities include concerts, films and other social activities. The dining room has communal tables so guests have opportunities to meet fascinating people from all over the world. Meals in the dining room are primarily vegetarian/vegan and prepared with local, mostly organic foods. Campus accommodations include cabins, dorms and platform tents. Omega appears on the list of 1,000 places to see in the USA and Canada Before you Die.  I agree – it is a truly an amazing place that I have chosen to visit on an annual basis. 
In my next post, I will share the special reason for my visit to the Omega Institute during Summer, 2015.

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