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Our Home of Practice

The body is our house—and how we live in it and where we occupy it are uniquely ours, as well as being part of the common human experience. The body is a treasure trove and an exquisite vehicle for our practice of waking up and being with what is.
~ Jill Satterfield, Meditation in Motion

Offering embodied mindfulness and somatic practices from contemplative psychology and wisdom traditions. 

Online individual and group mentoring and consulting. Day long workshops, immersive retreats and classes to integrate and assimilate practices so that they will become part of you and show up when you need them. 

Weekly and a Special Topic: Monday’s Embodied Meditation and Dharma Group for Self Identified Women – beginning 6/22 – July 20th:  Inner and Outer Nature – utilizing the powerful resources of the elements: water, fire, earth, air and space to remember and reconstitute, heal and transform. You can join in anytime.

Weekly: Thursday Mornings 9-9:30 am PT/12-12:30 pm ET , Embodied Mindfulness guided practice, offered freely contact us here for link  (July 6th, practicing with the element of fire, July 13th, with the air element, July 20 with the element of space)

Practices to Meet a Life with Chronic Pain and Illness, a 4 week class series: Wednesday’s 5-6:30 pm PDT/8-9:30 pm EST July 29, August 5, 12 and 19

Embodied Spacious Awareness, a 4 week class series: Thursday’s 5-6:30 pm PT/8-9:30 ET, September 3, 10, 17, 24

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*Embodied Mindfulness is an integration of Somatic and Contemplative Psychology, Mindfulness, Kindness and Meditation that incorporate the facets of  mind, heart and body, intellect and felt sense. As whole and awakening beings, we can cultivate the capacity to be present, clear and compassionate to ourselves, each other and the world.

*Applied Embodied Mindfulness is how mindfulness and somatic awareness practices might be best applied to particular conditions, communities or professions.