Learn the Essentials of Mindfulness in 6 sessions with InsightLA’s popular online introductory course.
Create a personal insight meditation practice, and learn to integrate its benefits into all aspects of your life.
Reduce stress and live with greater calm, ease, joy and contentment. In this online class, you’ll learn the foundations of mindfulness in a caring, supportive environment.
- Understand what mindfulness is and what benefits may arise from the practice
- Cultivate a healthier relationship with your thoughts and emotions
- Develop a greater sense of balance, stability and resilience
- Become more aware of your body and its intelligence
- Move from unskillful reactions to skillful responses
- Integrate mindfulness practices into everyday life
Sessions are tailored to meet the specific needs of the participants.
Who is this practice for?
This 6-week course is for anyone who is curious about mindfulness meditation and would like guidance on beginning a home practice to reduce stress and live contented.
Sessions are appropriate for beginners who have never meditated before, as well as experienced meditators who want to refresh the fundamentals of their practice.
Location & Schedule
This is an online course. Sessions take place LIVE on Zoom Saturdays from 10:00-11:30am PT.
- April 15th
- April 22nd
- April 29th
- May 6th
- May 13th
- May 20th
Attendance at all sessions is encouraged, but not mandatory.
About Robin Hart Cohen
Robin Hart is a graduate of Insight LA’s Facilitator Training Program and Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach’s Mindfulness Meditation Teachers Certification Program who began her meditation practice at Insight LA in 2013.
Robin is a member of the International Meditation Teachers Association and has completed UC Berkeley’s Power of Awareness course as well as the UC San Diego Mindfulness Center’s “Do No Harm” course. A professional dancer and personal trainer, she is interested in the trauma and wisdom held by the body. Learn more about Robin here.
About Nico Cary
Nico is a graduate of InsightLA’s Facilitator Training Program. In addition to facilitating mindfulness sessions, he is a writer and performance artist. He received his BA from UC Berkeley’s Interdisciplinary Studies Field School where he specialized in cognitive linguistics, a reflection of his interest in the vocabularies of healing.
Currently a Garrison Institute Fellow, his multimedia installations on collective grieving processes have been featured at the Smithsonian and can now be seen as a part of The Healing Project at Yerba Center for the Arts in San Francisco. Learn more about Nico here.
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