Teacher or Facilitator

  • Karen Zelin
    Karen Zelin

    Karen Zelin has been a student and teacher of meditation since the mid-1990s when she began practicing and teaching Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction programs. She has served as Chair of ISC’s Board of Directors and as a member of ISC’s Program Committee. She trained at Spirit Rock in the Mindfulness & Yoga Certification program, and ISC’s teacher development program with Bob Stahl. She has teamed with ISC teachers to offer daylongs on Mindfulness & Yoga, Mindfulness & Anxiety, and a Day of Practice. She is currently teaching ISC’s Beginners Meditation Class. Besides teaching meditation and mindfulness, Karen also teaches yoga in Santa Cruz and is co-owner of Yoga Within Studio in Aptos Village.

Location

Online
Only
Website
https://www.insightsantacruz.org/
Category

Date

Sep 17 2020
Expired!

Time

Pacific Time
9:00 am - 10:30 am

Status

Special Events

Mindful Meditation Practice Group – Thursdays September 3-24

This 4-week meditation practice group is for anyone drawn to both sitting together and engaging “dhamma” discussion as a way of connecting, grounding, integrating, and listening. Each session will have a guided sitting practice, dharma teachings, small and large group discussions.

Many of us know the stability and steadiness that comes with sitting and the sense of community that arises when connecting with others in conversations. Meditation is a wonderful resource to soften the heart and let life move through you.

Drop in on any single day or come to all of the September Thursdays.

Online Meeting ID: 898 9395 1303

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.


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