Our holistic healing program includes over 40 classes and activities taught by experienced facilitators who inspire learning, fun, and holistic wellness. Our classes and activities are based on ancient spiritual disciplines and contemporary teachings for total body, mind, and spirit wellness.
First Week Classes & Activities
Become aware of your body, mind, and spirit. Learn to listen to your needs. Practice gratitude. Feel inspired to take simple steps to improve your life and spiritual wellness.
Elimination I and II
Friday Night Live
Hands on Wheatgrass
Implementing the Program
OHI for Life Program Basics
Saturday Night: Movie
Tools for change
Vision Boards & Rock Painting
Second Week Classes
Explore new ways to live your life. Learn how to prepare nutritious meals. Discover your purpose, and begin practicing mindfulness as you explore simple ways to improve your overall total wellness.
Third Week Classes
Gain experience in preparing live foods that you can use at home. Practice advanced alpha state relaxation techniques that deepen your spiritual wellness. Explore the connection between your body, mind, and spirit.
“I’ve always been a pretty positive person, but being here at OHI has taken it to a new level. I really do feel genuinely happy, at peace, and grateful every day. I meditate regularly, and continue to learn and grow. My life going forward is full of exciting opportunities and possibilities!”
-- Amber Hicks
OHI program graduates have attended all three weeks of classes and activities. Once you complete the OHI Program, you will receive a personalized OHI Certificate of Completion at OHI’s Friday Graduate Ceremony. As an OHI program graduate, you become a part of a growing community of people dedicated to living healthy, joyful, and spirit-filled lives. OHI graduates are also eligible to apply for OHI’s Missionary Program.
Become more self-reliant and empowered to achieve your optimum health. Start your journey to graduation and achieving your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness goals: Make your reservation now
Sample Day at OHI
Our 21-day holistic program is formulated to bring harmony to your body, mind, and spirit. We do this by following daily schedule, like the monastic tradition. Each day is designed to ensure that your body’s natural rhythm is restored.
- Morning classes and activities inspire and motivate you to make healthy choices in life and throughout the day.
- Afternoon classes and activities encourage exploration on all levels – physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual.
- Evening classes and activities help you integrate the teachings and tools you gathered throughout your day.
- Following this daily rhythm enables transformation so that you can achieve optimum health.
Whether you are a first-time or returning guest, we encourage you to find the right balance between scheduled activities (e.g., classes, meals, exercise) and free time (optional treatments, journaling, relaxation, and rest).
The following schedule represents a typical day Monday to Friday. On weekends, circle and mealtimes remain the same, but class time is reduced to offer you more free time for relaxation or optional services.
7:30 am – Gentle Lymphatic Exercise Class. This class stimulates the lymphatic system to eliminate toxins, boost the immune system, and contribute to the healing process.
8:30 am – Morning Circle Time / Prayer / Breakfast. This is an opportunity for the entire community of guests, missionaries, and staff to gather, connect, and hear our morning inspirational reading. After which, breakfast is served.
9:30 am – Morning Class. Guests attend either 1st, 2nd, or 3rd-week class.
12:30 pm – Afternoon Circle Time / Prayer / Lunch. The entire community gathers for our afternoon reading of encouragement and gratitude practice. After which, lunch is served.
1:30 pm – Afternoon Class. Guests attend either 1st, 2nd, or 3rd-week class.
3:30 pm (OHI Austin) – Stretch class or free time. Our stretch class is where students gently move body-to-breath, and learn to be present in the moment.
4:30 pm (OHI San Diego) – Stretch class or free time. Our stretch class is where students gently move body-to-breath and learn to be present in the moment.
6:00 pm – Evening Circle Time / Prayer / Dinner. The community gathers once again at our evening reading to integrate the day’s teachings. After which, dinner is served.
7:00 pm – Evening Class. Guests attend either 1st, 2nd, or 3rd-week class.
8:30 pm – Retire to bed.