DICE Retreats



Individual Sessions

DICE Retreats provides advanced participants the space to engage in self-guided mindfulness and meditation sessions. Please Note: Resources will be provided to those who desire to embark on this journey for the first time.

Group Sessions

DICE Retreats invites students to participate in an introductory workshop on mindfulness and meditation prior to immersing them into a guided session where they will practice their recently learned techniques as a group.

Corporate Sessions

DICE Retreats invites faculty and staff members to participate in an introductory workshop based on Google’s Search Inside Yourself. Afterwards, employees will partake in a guided session to exercise best practices learned.

Benefits of DICE Retreats

Designing and Impacting Change through Empowerment (DICE) Retreats

Reduces stress, anxiety, and depression


Enhances memory, energy, and creativity

Releases fears, insecurities, and confusion

Improves self-awareness, emotional intelligence, and resilience

Boosts academic success, work performance, and sense of belonging


Promotes empowerment, social justice, and harmony


Supports pain management, sleep deprivation, and eating disorders

Provides a safe space for personal reflection, exploration, and rediscovery

Offers interactive networking socials, mentorship sessions, and panel discussions

Our Approach

DICE Retreats is based on combined approach that integrates components of Google’s Search Inside Yourself program and Rhonda Magee’s utilization of mindfulness and meditation practices as an avenue to generate space for self exploration and reflection; healing from injustices experienced; freedom from personal challenges; and  compassion for others. The subsequent section provides an overview of Magee’s book on, The Inner Work of Racial Justice.

“In a society where unconscious bias, microaggressions, institutionalized racism, and systemic injustices are so deeply ingrained, healing is an ongoing process. When conflict and division are everyday realities, our instincts tell us to close ranks, to find the safety of those like us, and to blame others. This book profoundly shows that in order to have the difficult conversations required for working toward racial justice, inner work is essential. Through the practice of embodied mindfulness–paying attention to our thoughts, feelings, and physical sensations in an open, nonjudgmental way–we increase our emotional resilience, recognize our own biases, and become less reactive when triggered” (Magee, 2019).

"Paying attention to our thoughts, feelings and physical sensations can help us deconstruct preconceived “truths” and help us create cultures of belonging"

Jennifer Brown

"Cultivating mindfulness is not and cannot be merely an individual pursuit. Because we can be so blind to our own mental processes, biases, and racialized identities, we need one another to point out what we can't or won't see, and what we don't know"

Jon Kabat-Zinn

"When we get too caught up in the busyness of the world, we lose connection with one another – and ourselves."

Jack Kornfield