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Multiple-Day Retreats

At the new
Big Bear Retreat Center

Big Bear City, California

Mindfulness Meditation Retreat for Legal Professionals
with Judi Cohen and Gullu Singh
October 23-27, 2019

6 California MCLE Credits
(4 Ethics, 1 Competence, 1 Elimination of Bias)

Learn to meditate or deepen your practice while earning California MCLE credits. The new Big Bear Retreat Center (BBRC) is located in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains, just 2.5 hours from Los Angeles. October is the perfect time of  year to enjoy the stillness of the mountains.

In a profession where deadlines are constant and demands are endless, opportunities for quiet reflection are much needed, but rare. It can even seem self-indulgent to take time for yourself, and yet time off is essential for sustainability and balance. Give yourself permission to be still for a few days and allow your body, mind, heart, and nervous system to settle and recalibrate. And learn techniques and strategies to bring home with you, to better manage the stressors of the law.  

At this retreat, we’ll weave together periods of meditation instruction, silent practice, mindful speaking and listening, and MCLE presentations. The retreat is open to all lawyers and law students, whether new to meditation or seasoned practitioners.

All rates include 4 nights lodging + three vegetarian meals each day + all instruction + MCLE materials.

BBRC has a limited number of singles, doubles, and triples, so book soon.
Early Bird Special – 10% off posted rates if you book by August 15, 2019.  

Single, Private Bath: $1695
Single, Shared Bath: $1495
Double, Shared Bath: $1195
Triple, Shared Bath: $ 995

We hope to be able to accept everyone including those unable to afford full tuition. Please reach out to us if you need assistance.

"Should be mandatory for all; the folks who need it most, don’t realize they need it."

Litigation Associate

"I notice how much stress is created by worrying about things that might happen in the future. [Mindfulness] helps me to ask, 'What do I need to get through today, or the next day?'"

Assistant District Attorney

“I did child abuse cases for years and it was soul-crushing.... [B]eing curious and compassionate towards the adversary…help(s) the adversarial relationship be more about the work and...[about] understanding that when [someone is] being a jerk, I don’t have to take it personally."

Assistant District Attorney

"[T]he work that we are doing is helping me to develop a new compass. It’s going to take some work, but I think I will find a way to reconcile who I am and what I do. This should benefit not only me, but also my clients."

Litigation Associate

"Mindfulness will very much positively impact my work as it will allow me to better manage my response to stressful situations, improving focus and mental clarity, thereby allowing for more productivity and thoughtfulness."

Corporate Associate
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