Classes & Workshops

“As we inhabit our body with increasing sensitivity, we learn its unspoken language and patterns, which gives us tremendous freedom to make choices. The practice of cutting thoughts and dispersing negative repetitive patterns can be simplified by attending to the patterns in the body first, before they begin to be spun around in the mind”. Jill Satterfield, Tricycle Magazine 2014

Ongoing: Wednesdays from 7:30-9 

Weekly (embodied) mindfulness and meditation class at Yogakula in Berkeley
This on going, drop in class consists of 15 minutes of mindful movement on a chair or cushion followed by a 30 minute meditation, then a topic of inquiry and q+a. Great community, open to all! 

January 15, 1 – 4
The Body as House
Yoga Kula, Berkeley, CA.

February 12, 9:30 – 4:30
The Embodied Mind: Develop and Deepen a Personal Practice that Integrates the Essential Elements of Zen and Yoga
with Ryushin Paul Haller at the San Francisco Zen Center, SF, CA.
February 28, 7 – 8:30
An evening sit and talk at Napa Valley Insight Meditation

March 11, 10 – 4 

The Body as House at Against the Stream, SF, CA.

March 19
The Body as House at the Tibet House, NYC 

March 31 – April 2
Anxiety: Not All in the Mind at Yoga Tree (Potrero) , SF, CA. especially beneficial for clinicians and teachers wanting to integrate embodiment practices

April 9, 9:30 – 4:30
Every Body has a Story
Spirit Rock Meditation Center, Woodacre, CA.

May 26 – 29
Embodied Mind Retreat – mindfulness, meditation and yoga in Ukiah, CA.

June 23 – 28
Awakening Body, Mind and Heart Retreat
with Janice Gates and Anne Cushman

at Land of the Medicine Buddha, Santa Cruz, CA. includes a special track just for teachers

September 22-24
A weekend at Triyoga, London
with Venerable Ajahn Amaro

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― Gautama Buddha