Buddhism and Chi Kung on the
A recovery journey and intimate experience of peace and spirit.
November 7 - 9, 2014
$395 double / $495 single
Fee includes program, accommodations, and meals.
Join Kevin Griffin and Greg Pergament for a unique spiritual retreat in an inspiring natural setting where we explore mindfulness and recovery through silent meditation, energizing movement, dialog, and interactive exercises. Kevin and Greg bring decades of recovery experience and Buddhist practice to their teaching, offering a creative and innovative approach to spiritual growth.
Be ready to grow and change.
Be ready for Sedona Mago Retreat.
With the legendary power of Sedona as a backdrop, these respected authors will guide you toward inner peace and wisdom, while cultivating a compassionate heart. We will spend time on the land, looking outward, and time in meditation looking inward. We will face demons and call on the power of awareness and love to conquer our fear, craving, and delusions.
About the trainers
Kevin Griffin is the author of the seminal 2004 book One Breath at a Time: Buddhism and the Twelve Steps and the recent A Burning Desire: Dharma God and the Path of Recovery. He has been practicing Buddhist meditation for three decades and been in recovery since 1985. He's been a meditation teacher for 15 years. His teacher training was at Spirit Rock Meditation Center where he currently leads Dharma and Recovery classes. "Laughing Buddha," his CD of dharma-related rock tunes, comes out in 2013.
Greg Pergament is the author of the book "Chi Kung in Recovery," a step-by-step guide that takes readers through essential breathing, meditation, and mindfulness techniques. Greg has been in recovery for over two decades and has studied and taught Chi Kung and Tai Chi Chuan for many years. As well as his broad-ranging experience with these powerful practices, he has an extensive background in Buddhist Vipassana meditation, is a firetender for Lakota Inipi ceremonies, and has led many Vision Quests. Greg brings a grounded, wise, and playful presence to his teaching and his recovery.