Mindfulness Retreat Scholarships
For People with Disabilities
mindfulness | self regulation | pain management
We work with mindfulness teachers and facilitators to offer scholarships for people with disabilities to attend various retreats.
Join experienced teachers in a restorative setting where you will practice harnessing the healing power of modern health technology of biofeedback, mindfulness, self regulation, pain management or compassion-based strategies to hack resilience in your own life.
We rely on generous donations from our sponsors to create more opportunities for people with disabilities to have the transformative experiences that our partners help facilitate.
Have a retreat in mind provided by someone not on our list? Apply early! Our approval process takes 45 days for any retreat and 30 days for retreats within our partner organizations.
Workshop opportunities may include:
- Meditation strategies that create new neural pathways for balance, insight, and creativity
- Positive psychology tools for creating healthy habits and release painful feeling states
- Regulating physiology through breathing with biofeedback technology
- Loving-kindness and self-compassion practices for a heart brain connection with yourself and others
- Restorative health rituals such as yoga, massage, tuning forks, sound bowls
Limited Availability!! Apply as early as possible.
Meet Our Partners
Dr. Urszula Klich is a clinical psychologist, author, and speaker with 25 years of experience teaching self-regulation for optimal health. She is board certified in biofeedback and is the president of the Southeast Biofeedback and Clinical Neuroscience Association. She is a certified provider of Cognitively-Based Compassion Training (CBCT®) through Emory University and has served on various medical teams. She consults on burnout, empathy fatigue, and developing compassion resilience as she believes living mindfully and performing optimally is accessible to anyone who recognizes a need for a shift in their life and sets an intention to move forward. Out of her experience in treating people with complex medical conditions, catastrophic injuries and chronic pain, Klich pioneered a specialized program of Mindfulness-Based Biofeedback® (MBB) which has been published and widely applied from hospitals to classrooms. The program is based on the premise that integrating mindfulness and compassion-informed treatment with traditional medicine fosters individuals’ healing power to improve physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.
Questions? Contact Us.