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Introductory

Tuesday Evening Meditation ONLINE

with Barbara Wolkowitz & Ann Shillinglaw

February 16th—May 11th

Looking for a virtual meditation group where you can drop in when you like or attend regularly and get to know other meditators? Instruction in meditation and mindfulness skills. Continue »

Sunday Meditation and Discussion ONLINE

with Alice Dan

March 7th—April 25th

Sitting Meditation Practice will begin with a brief opening chant, a short guided introduction to meditation, and 2 sessions with a break for movement. Discussion follows, questions welcome. Please register to receive the zoom link for participation. Continue »

Introduction to Mindfulness and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) ONLINE

with Ann Shillinglaw

March 13th

Please join us for this free info session, Introduction to Mindfulness and Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). Continue »

Learn to Meditate ONLINE

with Barbara Wolkowitz

March 13th

Have you been trying to start a meditation practice on your own or with an app? This program helps beginners overcome common obstacles and establish a consistent practice. It is also appropriate for struggling meditators looking for a refresher. Continue »

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Program ONLINE

with Ann Shillinglaw

March 24th—May 12th

The Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program is an eight-week course designed to teach participants how to improve the quality of their lives as they work with various types of stress. Continue »

Way of Shambhala: Joy in Everyday Life

with Barbara Wolkowitz & Margaret James

March 25th—April 22nd

This is the 3rd class in the Everyday Life series; all are welcome. This class emphasizes awareness of the environment and expanding the heart. It introduces the contemplation of the Four Immeasurables for arousing and strengthening compassion for self. Continue »

Warriorship & Whiteness

with Jean Robbins & Laura Bondy

March 27th—April 10th

Warriorship and Whiteness: Exploring Identity as a Practice of Basic Goodness “The key to warriorship and the first principle of Shambhala vision is not being afraid of who you are.” Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, Sacred Path of the Warrior, p. 4 Continue »