After 25 years of teaching residential retreats, I am now semi-retired.
I still offer private online sessions for a limited number of clients.

At the moment I am fully booked until August 2024.
If you know about me through the book ‘The Others Within Us’ from Bob
Falconer and need support, please get in touch now.

If you are interested in joining the waiting list for private sessions and possible
future retreats, please write me a note here.
Thank you!

Meditation is one of the most direct practices to bring us back to a natural state of balance. It has been practised for thousands of years in many formats of different lineages. The expansion of a sense of well being from such a simple practice reaches all aspects of life.

During this week long silent Meditation retreat, Cáli Ornelas and her team will gently guide you into one of the most beautiful life-gifts you can give yourself. Cáli has guided silent retreats, all over the world, for the last 20 years. Her style of Meditation guidance is simple and direct. Her interest is to introduce a sustainable practice which will become an ongoing friendly space for your everyday living.

This retreat is for those in need of a deep regenerative ‘time away’, and those ready to learn an immersion practice into the core of their beings.

Note: Apart from the periods of conversations with your mentors for the week, you are expected to commit to ‘social silence’, i.e. not engaging in conversations outside of the retreat program.

Sample of Daily Program

07:30 Silent Meditation

08:30 Breakfast

10:00 Guided Meditation

12:00 Walking Meditation

13:00  Lunch

13:30 Free time / One-to-one talks with teachers / Massages

17:30 Yin Yoga

18:30  Dinner

20:00  Silent Meditation

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“Meditation is a process of lightening up, of trusting the basic goodness of what we have and who we are, and of realizing that any wisdom that exists, exists in what we already have. We can lead our life so as to become more awake to who we are and what we’re doing rather than trying to improve or change or get rid of who we are or what we’re doing. The key is to wake up, to become more alert, more inquisitive and curious about ourselves.”

Pema Chodron