Program Listings

Register now to get CAD $50.00 off retreat tuition. Discount valid until Feb 5, 2019.
  • Lodge: Single Occupancy Room - $100 per Night – CAD $450.00
  • Lodge: Double Occupancy - $55 per Night – CAD $360.00
  • Lodge: Couple Room - $55 Each per Night – CAD $360.00
  • New Cabin-Style Tent: Single Occupancy - $60 per Night – CAD $370.00
  • Drala Cabin: Single Occupancy - $80 per Night – CAD $410.00
  • Drala Cabin: Double Occupancy - $45 per Night – CAD $340.00
  • Wood Cabin: Double Occupancy - $35 per Night – CAD $320.00
  • New Cabin-Style Tent: Double Occupancy - $35 per Night – CAD $320.00
  • Your Own Tent - $20 per Night – CAD $290.00
  • Live or Staying Locally – CAD $250.00
  • (All prices include CAD $250.00 base amount)

Date & Time Details: Arrival 4-6pm Friday Departure Sunday around 4:30 or 5:00 pm

Location: Dorje Denma Ling

Address: 2280 Balmoral Rd, Tatamagouche, NS, B0K 1V0

Contact:
Peggy Eyre
programs@dorjedenmaling.com
902-657-9085 ext 15

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Mindfulness Health & Healing Retreat

With Shastri Mary Campbell

June 14 - 16, 2019

Mindfulness is an unconditional way of being, a way to connect with intrinsic health and strengthen the human capacities for awareness, wisdom, compassion and skilful action. The practice of mindfulness has been recognized as an effective approach to health promotion and stress management. Mindfulness-based interventions have been found to be effective in reducing physical and psychological distress and improving quality of life for individuals with a wide range of health related issues, as well as, reducing the risk for burnout in care providers.

This weekend retreat will include instruction in mindfulness and contemplation practices. There will be opportunities for dialogue and discussion. We will explore the meaning of health and healing and the various ways that mindfulness has been applied. No prior experience with mindfulness is necessary.

The retreat will be led by Shastri Mary Campbell, a senior teacher within the Shambhala-Buddhist tradition and a mental health Clinical Nurse Specialist. Mary has extensive experience teaching mindfulness within a health care context, to people experiencing illness, family members and health care providers.

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Leader

Shastri Mary Campbell
Mary Campbell has been a student of Shambhala Buddhism since 1981 and began teaching in 1986. She served as Shambhala Training Resident Director in Boston and at Karme Choling. In 2010, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche appointed Mary as shastri for Halifax. Mary teaches widely, leading public programs, retreats, Way of Shambhala programs, and Enlightened Society and Warrior Assemblies. Mary is a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Psychiatry and Mental Health and for many years has taught meditation within health care settings — to patients, family members and health care providers. She has written on mindfulness for nursing publications and is a co-investigator…
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