• Are you involved in environmental and social justice advocacy in these times and feeling burnt out and overwhelmed?
  • Does it occur to you that events and the focus of media changes rapidly and there is little time to acknowledge our deepest fears and anger around our ecological and socio-economic crisis? Could our activism be stunted because we are suppressing our emotions?
  • Have you wondered if we can build a movement that is rooted in our deepest spiritual values or if we can engage in advocacy such that it is an integral part of our spiritual growth?

If yes, come join us at the stunningly beautiful Rocky Mountain Ecodharma retreat center for a retreat designed for empowering activists. Through silence, meditation and group-work, we will explore how we can deepen activism as a spiritual path, learn to honor and transform our emotions, face the root cause of our suffering, act with deep compassion & courage in these difficult times.

Venue & Date
July 29 – August 5, 2018
Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center
For a completely silent Zen meditation retreat at the same venue, please click here

Climate scientist, Zen priest & activist Kritee (Kanko)
Zen teacher, Professor & prolific author David Loy
Mindfulness teacher & wilderness leader Johann Robbins

Depends on your choice for lodging
From $600 (Before April 30)
From $650 (After May 1st)
Teachers and manager are supported by donations (Dana). Partial & full scholarships are available.

Please see information for second week on this page

Registration & scholarships
Please fill this form for registration and for requesting scholarships