Jemi Steele

Jemi Steele began her meditation practice as a teenager in the 70’s; spent years doing solitary retreats and living in Nepal in the 80’s; and completed a traditional 3-year Buddhist retreat in the 90’s. Her overseas experience led her to get an MA in Teaching English as a Second Language, which she taught in elementary schools for almost 20 years. She runs a small non-profit, Norbulingka Dog Hospice, to rescue and care for elderly/special needs dogs facing euthanasia in animal shelters. She is also a cancer survivor.

Upcoming Programs by Jemi Steele

Courageous Women Fearless Living: A Retreat for Women Touched by Cancer

Also Ann Braden and Chasse Bailey-Dorton

September 7–12, 2021

  Cancer is one of life’s greatest challenges. In this retreat, we learn how to navigate this potentially confusing, treacherous, and heartbreaking terrain. Our extraordinary team of experts will share their wisdom in integrative medicine, Tibetan Buddhist healing, meditation, yoga, art, ritual, and community building, providing a multi-dimensional roadmap for a transformative journey. When gently […]

Courageous Women Fearless Living: Healing, Connection and Laughter – 2021 Virtual Retreat

Also Judy Lief, Linda Sparrowe, Chasse Bailey-Dorton, Ann Braden and Natalie Pascale Boisseau

September 10–11, 2021

This virtual retreat brings together ancient wisdom practices and modern-day knowledge to create a healing environment that supports and empowers women who have been touched by cancer. Whether you have had a recent diagnosis or you are caring for someone who has, you will find tremendous benefit through connecting with others. Cancer is one of […]