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The SKY club is offering two ONLINE sky happiness retreats and daily(M-F) guided meditations in April. In these challenging times, breathing and meditation can help us settle our minds, give us physical and emotional strength to go through adverse situations, 100% scholarship available, please visit

The retreat is sponsored by ASSG, SOAC, CUSG Rep council funding boards. 

SKY workshop offers techniques to eliminate stress, improve vitality and expand awareness. During the workshop, one learns to live fully in the present moment, it gives people a chance to dive deep into the joy hidden inside everyone. It is open to all - students, staff, faculty on campus. The program is fun, relaxing and a much needed recourse in these testing times.

This Retreat is offered in 40 universities across the country, including Stanford, Arizona State, Ohio State, and MIT. It is one of the coolest places to connect with yourself, make awesome friends, and have FUN!


  • Understand the sources of stress and the role of breathing techniques in reducing stress
  • Meditative practice to manage negative emotions and anxiety
  • Help to improve quality of sleep
  • Increased energy level throughout the day
  • Ability to increase personal happiness
  • Learning to deal with criticism and mistakes
  • Taking personal and community responsibility
  • Increasing social connection, enthusiasm, and inspiration

There are limited spots available for this retreat. Availability is first come, first serve and requires attendance to all sessions.  

Two retreat options:
April 11-13
 (Sat, Sun, Mon)
April 17-19 (Fri, Sat, Sun) 
Weekday: 6:00pm-8:45pm, Weekend(10:00am-12:45pm)   


"Revolutionized my daily life. As a busy student with a job my plate is always full, I highly recommend making time for this course to reduce stress and improve focus"  - Bryn, USM Law

"I was practicing meditation for 5 years and it was difficult. During the first session of SKY, I went so much deeper into meditation than I had ever gone" - Santosh, UIUC

“SKY made me very conscious of my thought patterns, and conscious of a sense of self that exists independent of those thoughts and different moods. I have found a daily practice that is something I’m relying on. (And this finals period has been largely stress free, mainly because meditating removes most of that stress!)” - Sarah, Harvard University

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