Teachers and Dharma Leaders
- Bruce HymanTeacher
Bruce Hyman is a retired physician after 30 years of practice. He has practiced yoga and meditation since 1974 and has been intensively involved in Buddhist practice since 2000. In addition, he has been a co-leader of a dhamma Prison Project program at Salinas Valley State Prison since 2003. His practice is influenced by the Thai Forest Tradition, Dzogchen, Shinzen Young, and Spirit Rock teachers. His teachings emphasize practice in life.
- Jace FreymanCommunity Facilitator
Jace Freyman, MHRS, is a trans-identified Dharma practitioner. They’ve been a sangha member and dedicated volunteer at Insight Santa Cruz for the past three years. They completed a year-long community facilitator training program under Bob Stahl, and have been mentored by teachers G Schulz and Kim Allen.
- Nov 20 2023
- 7:00 pm - 8:45 pm
Peer Led : Men’s Dharma Group – 3rd Monday
ISC Dharma Men’s Group is a space where people pursuing mindfulness can discuss with caring others the bumps and beauties encountered on the path of their own practices. We often use short readings chosen by members as discussion starters and as a way to safely share some of the more moving or bewildering features of our inner and outer lives as we come together to better understand the unique and sometimes challenging experience of being men. Open to those identifying as or exploring identities as men. Using the lens of Dharma, we practice meeting our experiences with kind awareness, allowing us to come into a healthier relationship with our maleness, and touching into greater freedom and love for ourselves and for all others. Meetings include both meditation and a dharma talk/discussion. Come check us out!
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