An antidote to the convention
Anyone needing a break from all those speeches and protests at the Democratic National Convention in Denver can find solace through some riverside meditation and yoga.
Meditate ’08 is a six-day retreat on the banks of the South Platte River coinciding with the convention.
Its organizers aim to give delegates, candidates, demonstrators and locals a chance to reconnect with their inner selves.
Even though some might think the idea “trippy,” retreat co-chair Don Morreale said that it would counter “angry energy” emanating from protests.
“We’re giving people a place to sit down and shut up and see what happens next,” he said.