Amy Love has been a dedicated mindfulness practitioner for over 10 years. She has completed Community Meditation Facilitator Training through Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society and is a certified Mindfulness Teacher and Trainer through Mindful Schools where she is on staff as a guiding teacher. Amy has extensive experience facilitating mindfulness meditation practices with youth and adults in a variety of settings including; public schools, prisons, youth outreach programs, and yoga communities. Amy currently co- facilitates Meditation Coalition’s weekly People of Color Sit and monthly Women of Color Mindfulness Circle. Amy is a mentor with iBme (Inward Bound Mindfulness Education) and co- teaches the course “A Year to Live” through Insight LA. Amy considers her 20 years as a spouse and mother to be her greatest practice. Amy is particularly interested in bringing mindfulness into communities that have been impacted by historical racial trauma, as well as communities suffering due to issues of poverty and migration.