California 4-H Youth Development Program
California 4-H Youth Development Program
California 4-H Youth Development Program
University of California
California 4-H Youth Development Program

Mindfulness

Mindfulness Retreat

Feeling overwhelmed? Take a “time-in” with us at the UC 4-H Mindfulness Retreat in Cambria, CA.

Teens 13-19 and adults are invited to spend the weekend at beautiful Camp Ocean Pines developing their health and well-being. Participants will not only increase their personal skills in leading a healthy lifestyle, but will also gain skills needed to be a health advocate in their communities. The retreat will focus on stress management, relationship building, nutrition, and a general understanding of mindfulness.

2019 Mindfulness Retreat Schedule

Arrival Information

 

clearer thinking. greater loyalty. greater service. better living. 

 

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Mindfulness Retreat  

4-H Healthy Living Program for youth age 13-19 and adults 

November 1-3, 2019

Camp Ocean Pines, Cambria, CA

** Fees $275 plus chaperone fees

Chaperone fees are estimated to be $25-$30 per youth attending the retreat. Fees will be billed after the close of registration. Contact you county 4-H office for available funds to cover your fees to attend.

**Price includes conference registration fees, lodging and conference meals.

Registration Deadline EXTENDED to October 15, 2019

 Directions to Camp Ocean Pines

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Annotated Bibliography

The 4-H Healthy Living Initiative is focused on providing learning opportunities that address health in the holistic sense - physical, social and emotional health. Mindful practices combine each of these domains. The 4-H Mindfulness Project focuses on youth increasing their personal skills in leading a healthy lifestyle, and developing the skills needed to be a health advocate in their communities. The overall program aims to foster mindful practices that lead to improvements in managing goals, developing a sense of self, time management, stress management, emotional regulation, and mindful eating practices.

 

The following annotated bibliography of English children’s literature was developed by University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources to provide a resource to 4-H project leaders and families interested in supporting primary members in understanding and practicing mindfulness. 

 

Mindfulness Activities

Mindful Nature game for staff

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4-H Mindful Me curriculum and placements now available HERE

4-H Mindful Me curriculum training now available HERE

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