This class introduces a range of mindfulness concepts and practices relevant to living in a dynamic world. This course includes practices that involve stillness, movement, and listening/ speaking. Centering teaching strategies where there are multiple ways for participants to thrive, the intention is to impart practices that nourish us as we navigate a complicated world.
Drawing from science and community knowledges, this interdisciplinary class is taught by two seasoned facilitators that draw from different traditions and integrate anti-racist, LGBTQ+, and feminist teaching approaches. Utilizing best practices to facilitate online community-building, each class combines lecture, practice, and group discussion. This 6-week course is accessible and meaningful for beginners as well as experienced meditators who want to refresh the fundamentals of their practice. Mindful movement exercises are suitable for all abilities and bodies and include Qi Gong and gentle yoga. This course is relevant for people of all backgrounds and religions.
Schedule 2-3:30pm PT:
(Skipping Sept 5)