New Years 5-Night Silent Virtual Meditation Retreat January 2022

Start 2022 with the Mindful-Way New Years’ 5-night Silent Online Meditation Retreat

New Years 5-Night Silent Virtual Meditation Retreat January 2022

January 2nd - 7th 2022

12:00 am - 11:59 pm

Led by Beth Mulligan , Hugh O’Neill and Cayce Howe

$575.00 - $650.00
47055 Wonderland Drive
Banning, California 92220
United States
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Since January 2015 Mindful-Way has been offering an in person 5-night silent retreat designed to help people start the New Year from a place of centered stillness. And as a way to support people in both their personal meditation practice and professional mindfulness based training. This coming New Year, January 2022, we will continue offering this meditation retreat remotely. And we invite you to begin the year by dropping into stillness and silence from the comfort and safety of your own home.

This 5-Night Silent Retreat is open to all sincere meditation practitioners and meets the retreat requirement for numerous mindfulness based trainings including mbsr & msc.


For Hugh O'Neill, email or call +1-951-750-9020

You’ll be joining us via zoom,  (you don’t need a zoom account we’ll send you a participant link) practicing formally together for most of the day – with periods of sitting meditation, mindful movement and yoga, walking meditation and talks by the teachers. There will also be scheduled small group meetings with the teachers and personal time for informal practice, preparing and eating meals, taking care of yourself,  and your home in a way infused with Mindful awareness. Since April 2020, mindful-Way has conducted numerous remote/online retreats  with overwhelmingly positive results reported by participants.

The retreat will be led by Mindful-Way co-founders and certified mindfulness teachers, Beth Mulligan PA-C and Hugh O’Neil, with support from our colleagues including Cayce Howe  and Jannine Young, who will lead us in yoga practice.

Provisional Online Retreat Schedule

All times in United States West Coast / Pacific Time

This is an approximate schedule for the program (subject to change):

Sunday, January 2nd, 2022:
4:00 to 6:00 pm Opening

Monday – Thursday, January 3rd -6th:
6:30-8:00 Morning Practice
8:00-9:00  Informal practice/meal break
9:00-10:30 Practice period
10:30-11:30 informal practice/ work practice/meal
11:30-2:30 Practice period (movement, sit, walk, teaching)
2:30 – 4:00 Informal practice/meal break
4:00-5:30 Practice period

Friday, January 7th:
6:30 AM-8:00 Morning Practice
8:00-9:00 Informal practice/meal
9:00 AM-12:00 PM  sit and closing

Refund Policy

For the purposes of the January 2022 retreat, refunds are available (Less a $100 non refundable processing fee) as follows:

On or before November 10th, 2021 less 30% cancellation fee. From November 11th – December 9th, 2021 refund less 50% cancellation fee. On or after December 10th, 2021 no refund for cancellation or no-show.

In the unlikely event of program cancellation, Mindful-Way accepts no liability for any losses  incurred beyond the registration fee.


Beth Mulligan

Beth Mulligan

Beth Mulligan, PA-C is a certified MBSR teacher, teacher trainer, and adjunct faculty through the UMASS Center for Mindfulness. She has been teaching MBSR for over a decade to diverse populations; from the critically ill, to non-profit organizations, the underserved, educators, and corporate leaders. She currently teaches at the Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine at UCI and Insight LA. Beth teaches the 10-week and nine-day practicum for teachers in training nationally and internationally. Beth is a certified Mindful Self-Compassion teacher and teacher trainer and does international training for the Center for Mindful Self-Compassion.

Beth has a background in primary care medicine as a Board Certified Physician Assistant having graduated Magna cum Laude from Duke University and has practiced medicine for over thirty years. She is a long time student of Charles Tenshin Fletcher, Roshi at Yokoji Zen Mountain Center where she has lived in residence. Beth is the Guiding Dharma teacher at Insight Community of the Desert and is a certified yoga instructor.

Beth is the Author of The Dharma of Modern Mindfulness, New Harbinger Publications

Hugh O’Neill

Hugh O’Neill

Hugh O’Neill is co-owner of, and a certified MBSR Teacher and International teacher trainer and retreat leader.  Hugh has studied and practiced meditation and yoga for more than 20 years. His many years of creative and management experience in the media industry, including significant time working in international news and documentary production, combined with his intensive training in Mindfulness Meditation programs enable him to skillfully relate the concepts and practices of mindfulness with sensitivity and compassion to a wide range of populations.  His experience working in the news business in Ireland and Northern Ireland has given him personal experience with Gun Violence; combined with his training in Trauma Informed Mindfulness makes him a key part of our work with offering MBSR to Survivors Empowered.. Hugh has taught more than 100 MBSR courses and dozens of other mindfulness programs at universities, medical centers, corporations and government agencies including the US Navy.  He is the lead instructor on a multi year- multi site NIH study on MBSR for Parents of developmentally delayed children. Hugh has also been a presenter at the International Scientific Conference on Mindfulness, is a regular event speaker, and is the lead mindfulness teacher in a number of clinical research projects. Hugh has trained in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction with the originator of the MBSR program, Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn Ph.D. He has studied and lived in residence at Yokoji Zen Mountain Center under the guidance of Zen Master Charles Tenshin Fletcher, Roshi, and is Certified as an MBSR teacher through the UCSD Center for Mindfulness.

Cayce Howe

Cayce Howe

Cayce Howe is a meditation instructor for InsightLA, specializing in MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction), Basic to Intermediate Mindfulness Training, and also traditional Buddhism. He also oversees the Long Beach chapter of InsightLA, and is a primary teacher at their weekly Sunday Sits. Cayce’s meditation practice and study spans over 25 years, including living and working for nearly 6 years in meditation retreat settings and participating in a one year retreat in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. Cayce has dedicated himself to assisting others in discovering the benefits of meditation. He rounded out his meditation experience with various trainings including MBSR and InsightLA’s year long Mindfulness Facilitator Training. He continues to deepen his practice through silent retreats and InsightLA’s Teacher Development Group.

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