Teachers and Facilitators

  • Carol Morgan
    Carol Morgan
    Community Facilitator

    Carol has been a student of the dharma at Insight Santa Cruz since 2009, following training in Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. She has attended many retreats and dharma programs since then, most recently completing training as a Community Dharma Facilitator in 2019. She served on the board from 2012-2015 and has been the volunteer coordinator since 2013. “For me, it is always about bringing mindful awareness with me up off the cushion and out into all the moments of my daily life.” Since 2018 she has enjoyed sharing the responsibility of facilitating the New To Practice group and several half daylongs.

  • Meg Corman
    Meg Corman
    Community Facilitator

    Meg Corman (she/her) has been a student of meditation since 2005 and has studied in Theravada and Mahayana Buddhist traditions. In 2019 she completed the Insight Santa Cruz Community Dhamma Facilitator training program with Bob Stahl and since then has taught a variety of half-day programs and co-led a 16-week Walking the Dhamma Path Core Teachings class. Meg served on the ISC Board from 2018-2021. She is also a certified Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher and has taught MBSR and mindfulness classes since 2012 locally and in the South Bay.


Oct 30 2021


Pacific Time
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Special Events

Cultivating Embodied Presence – October

This three-session offering focuses on developing embodied presence and understanding how you can rest in embodied awareness in any (and every) moment of your life. Each class will include guided practices, silent sitting, practice suggestions, and a short dharma talk with a focus on the Buddha’s teachings on the Four Foundations of Mindfulness. Attendance at any one session or all three is welcome.

Online Meeting ID: 859 3460 4214

Join online by clicking the Join Online Meeting button or attend by calling +1-669-900-6833 US (San Jose) followed by the Online Meeting ID number and #. If a passcode is requested, then enter the Dial-in passcode and #. Find your local number by clicking here. The preferred way to join is by using a Zoom application with your personal Zoom account.

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