Meditate in community at the Benedict Canyon Retreat House, within beautiful nature-rich environs. Share the collective wisdom related to sitting meditation practice.
What’s most alive in your practice? What are you struggling with? In a supportive group environment, we will meditate, choose readings to reflect on and topics to explore.
We’ll focus most on the challenges you might be facing as a Young-ish Adult including; how to live the teachings of mindfulness and compassion in daily life, navigating transitions, relationships and careers.
If you have a topic that you would like to bring more mindfulness to, bring it to the group!
Every Second Sunday In-Person
This affinity group meets in-person on the second Sunday of the month from 7-8:30pm, with some additional fifth Sundays listed here on this page as they are announced.
Attendees will have optional time for connection from 8:30-9pm after the session finishes.
We also meet online on the fourth Sunday of every month to register for the online practice group please click here.)
Who is this practice group for?
The Young-ish Practice Group is for people in their 20s and 30s who would like to deepen their mindfulness practice in community. All are welcome, regardless of previous mindfulness or meditation experience.
Sept 10th: Peer Led
Oct 8th: Eileen Ybarra
Oct 29th: Michael Karakashian, PhD
Nov 12th: Lulu Biazus
Dec 10th: Eileen Ybarra
Where is this event located?
This event takes place in person at the Benedict Canyon Retreat House. As weather permits, expect to be mostly outdoors.
Although this is a donation-based class, registration is required.
Suggested donation: $20.
If you cannot make it, please cancel your reservation so that others may attend in your place. Space is limited.
In keeping with the principles of the dharma that underlie our activities, primarily non-harming, we are requiring that all attendees be fully vaccinated in order to attend this in-person event. Masks are optional as all attendees are fully vaccinated. Attendance is limited to 30 to allow for social distancing.
InsightLA is running a Food Bank Program to offer our community the opportunity to support the Westside Food Bank and help folks dealing with low income living and/or experiencing houselessness. To participate please click here.