Mindful and White--Daylong Event with Arinna Weisman, Trudy Goodman, Diana Winston, and Noah Levine.
Mindfulness in Clinical Practice: Our Patients, Ourselves-- A Daylong CME Workshop with Mick Krasner, MD, FACP. The Mindful Awareness Retreat: A Pathway to Happiness and Insight, with Grove Burnett and Richard Mahler, July 10-14. YOGA FOR HOPE: Fundraising event for those with life threatening illnesses, May 19, Santa Monica.
Association for Humanistic Psychology 2012 Winter Conference: Mindfulness in Psychotherapy, March 3rd, 8am - 6pm. Bridging the hearts and Minds of Youth: Mindfulness in Clinical Practice, Education, and Research, UCSD Center for Mindfulness. Mindfulness in Education: A Retreat and Training, Spirit Rock Meditation Center, CA, August. In this daylong we ask the critical question, for those who identify as white, how can we mindfully work to unlearn racism? This retreat is for those who are currently facilitating or plan to be facilitating mindfulness, or for clinicians using mindfulness in therapeutic interventions.
Join Pema Chodron and kd lang for an evening of insight and music to benefit Tools for Peace and the Pema Chodron Foundation. Mindfulness educator Mitra Manesh will lead a one-hour art-viewing experience of works in the Museum's collection. Help Matthew Brensilver, visiting professor at MARC, and Against the Stream, complete the construction of a new meditation center in San Francisco.
Ahimsa Center in the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences at Cal Poly Pomona (in suburban Los Angeles) invites paper and presentation proposals for its sixth biannual conference. Innovation and creativity are understood as necessary skills for thriving in a dynamic economy, but what is often left out is the role of transforming the mind itself. Inner Kids first level of training consists of two residential, weekend retreats between which there will be self-paced online presentations and training modules. Our suffering comes from identifying with the story and feelings of a separate, limited self.
In this special daylong workshop, we will will explore mindfulness and heart practices through silent and guided meditations, short talks and time for sharing and questions. We are delighted to welcome Tara Brach - author, lecturer, clinical psychologist and founder of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington. This workshop will be devoted to establishing an experiential understanding of mindfulness meditation, narrative medicine, and the application of appreciative inquiry in interpersonal dialogue.
Join Gael Belden and Brian Shiers in a secular mindfulness retreat for families with children 5-11 years and older siblings 17+. In the conference on May 2, Diana will introduce the foundations of mindfulness meditation in theory and practice.
Develop greater effectiveness in Mindfulness based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for the treatment of anxiety disorders.
This 8 week group training of maximum of 10 participants is recommended for mental health practitioners with previous training in  mindfulness meditation. This day-long conference, featuring a keynote by Jon Kabat-Zinn, will illuminate the connections between mindfulness and compassion, focusing on how mindfulness can deepen relationships, enhance caregiving, and build compassion.
To offer you a conceptual framework for both the theory and practice of mindful awareness based on key universal concepts common to modern science, psychology, philosophy, theology, educational pedagogy and classical contemplative training. To offer you clear secular language and instruction in eight strategies or life-skills that naturally emerge from the practice and understanding of these key universal concepts.
To co-create a community of support, encouragement and mentoring for all - faculty and participants together. The inaugural Advances in Meditation Research (AMR) conference will be taking place January 17, 2013 at the New York Academy of Sciences in Manhattan. The speakers are practitioners of a range of meditative practices and acting at the interface of science and spirit as highly trained scientists conducting rigorous cutting-edge research into the ways in which meditative practice affect consciousness, the brain, aging, and clinical outcomes. We will start registration at 9 am at the New Roads School, 3131 Olympic Blvd, Santa Monica CA, where some parking is available. The Stanford University Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education presents The Science of Compassion: Origins, Measures and Interventions, the first large-scale international conference of its kind dedicated to study of compassion. The conference is open to researchers and community members interested in compassion, altruism, and service. The goal is to create a school that kids don't simply tolerate, but are actually happy and eager to get to. The UCLA Family Commons Summer Camps utilize the full resources of our family wellness center and the downtwon Santa Monica location. During this retreat we will practice sitting and walking meditation throughout the day, with daily lectures and group meetings exploring the science behind mindfulness, how to deepen our mindfulness practice, how to work with challenging emotions, and how to develop more self-compassion and kindness.
Congressman Tim Ryan, a passionate mindfulness advocate and author of A MINDFUL NATION, is coming to the beautiful Broad Stage as a benefit for InsightLA.
The materially rich, demand-driven lifestyle and acquisitive striving of our consumer society have created for many of us a sense of stress, anxiety and a persistent time urgency, along with epidemic levels of obesity. Join us for our daylong immersion workshop about the effective infusion of mindfulness based meditation into yourlife and practice,addressing issues such as substance abuse,couples work,working with children and the elderly,and chronic physical issues. Bridging the Hearts and Minds of Youth: Mindfulness in Clinical Practice, Education, and Research, UCSD Center for Mindfulness. Constructed around the three "pillars" of clinical practice, education and research, this inaugural 2-day conference aims to support and extend the work of those who bring mindfulness to children and teens in a variety of settings.
Join renowned Buddhist teacher and psychologist Jack Kornfield and international pioneer in the fields of interpersonal neurobiology and mental health Daniel Siegel for a remarkable two days of immersion in modern neuroscience and eastern psychology. This pioneering event in New York City will feature keynote presentations by four outstanding leaders in the mindfulness field-Jon Kabat-Zinn, Richard J.
Gain more consistency with your mindful meditation practice by accessing MARC audio on-the-go and tracking your progress. The addition to the Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital is a new three-story patient tower with an attached Diagnostic and Treatment Center. The hospital features 337 spacious private rooms, numerous meditation areas and gardens, including a “River of Life” flowing through the central gardens. Pan-Pacific’s Design-Assist services were able to save nearly $1 million through our value analysis process and constructability reviews which allowed certain systems to be routed more effectively. Boutique bicoastal tutoring agency is SEEKING TUTORS for students in grades 6-12 in ALL SUBJECTS AND SATs!
Offering bike shares in Westwood is a good idea, but impractical when few bike lanes or sharrows exist in the Village. The bike share will help students who are already comfortable cycling on heavily trafficked streets.
Westwood does not need a bike share, and cyclists could further congest already crowded streets. In an era when the art world is becoming increasingly market-driven, Hauser Wirth & Schimmel bridges the separation between a commercial art gallery and a non-for-profit museum by combining a commercial mission with an educational mission. What do you get when you bring together inventors, investors, local government and cleantech and environmental advocates? I am decades older now than I was on that visit to Mermaid Avenue in Coney Island but fundamentally I am the same. As the founder, art director, and chief designer of The Bohemian Society, Victor Wilde is known for infusing the methods and attitude of visual art into his singular garments. Transit Future and That the City Will Continue on the Positive Trajectory It Has Found Over the Past Decade or So. Al Selvin knew a great city, train line, bike path, restaurant and musician when he saw it. The Cool Kids is a series documenting creative humans shaping present day society with their work and outlook. Gloria Noto is the model of a modern day renaissance woman, mastering the art of the multi-career lifestyle.
In a lively conversation, the two transportation leaders spent the night riffing on how the streets and public spaces revolution happened in New York and elsewhere and what might be in store for Los Angeles on Reynolds' watch. Sasha Eisenman is a Los Angeles based photographer born into the Southern California surfing lifestyle and raised in the LA music scene. Mark is a psychotherapist, coach, and mindfulness consultant, has taught mindfulness meditation retreats internationally since 1997. As a writer and teacher, Anne Cushman explores the intersection between spiritual practice and the down-to-earth details of embodied human life. Bonnie met the Dharma in 1982 when she sat a month at Kopan Monastery in Nepal and learned Vipassana in Bodh Gaya India. Natalie is the author of ten books, including Writing Down the Bones, which has sold over one million copies and had been translated into twelve languages.
Joseph Goldstein has been leading insight and lovingkindness meditation retreats worldwide since 1974. Trudy Goodman is the Founder of InsightLA, a non-profit offering Vipassana (Insight) meditation courses, sitting groups and retreats. Mushim Ikeda is a meditation teacher, community peace activist, writer, diversity facilitator, and mother of a 20-year-old son. Bill is a clinical psychologist who has been practicing meditation for over 35 years in both the Zen and Vipassana traditions.


Mary has been a Vipassana practitioner for over 20 years.  During that time she did intensive retreats at the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Mass. Ron is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology, Harvard Medical School and serves on the Board of Directors and faculty of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy.
Director and veteran cinematographer Dyanna Taylor brings a uniquely personal angle for guiding this retreat. Erin Treat lives in Durango, CO and serves as a Guiding Teacher of Vallecitos Mountain Retreat Center. Don Usner is a writer, photographer and New Mexico native who focuses on natural and cultural history. Diana is the Director of Mindfulness Education at UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC) where she has taught and designed many mindfulness programs and trainings since 2006.
She moved to California in 1955 where she created the experimental Instant Theatre, performing in and guiding it for ten years.
Rosenthal has contributed work to Santa Monica Museum of Contemporary Arts show Incognito for the past three years.
The intention of Contemplative Art Viewing (CAV) is to explore the relationship between the arts and self by combining art viewing and mindfulness practices. Pema and kd, coming together for the first time, will have an intimate dialogue followed by a musical performance with kd lang.
This constant external stimulus includes economic stress, high work demands, and concerns over collapsing systems, such as the environment and job security. This contemplative session takes place in the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts and is designed to deepen the art exploration experience by focusing on the suspension of judgment, creating an opportunity for art, artist, and self to be considered anew.
This silent retreat will teach the essentials of this practice and offer key Buddhist teachings. Today's overwhelming challenges require leaders to move beyond "being effective" to fundamentally change themselves and how they see and relate to the world. The Hidden Lamp is a collection of one hundred koans and stories of Buddhist women from the time of the Buddha to the present day. We know it won't go on forever.  Given this, what kind of happiness is possible for us? They are co-authors of the book Love Your Enemies: How to Break the Anger Habit and Be a Whole Lot Happier.
We do not offer techniques for every challenging situation but a process-oriented approach through which you'll develop a way of being in the world that strengthens and supports how you communicate with youth. The path of true refuge awakens us through three archetypal gateways: Truth (of the present moment), Love and Awareness. A powerful but under recognized approach to these challenges is to enhance the practitioners' capacity for mindfulness. Participants will work together in large and small groups, with didactic elements built into the experiential exercises.
Children are led in activities to educate the mind, heart, and body while adults explore mindfulness meditation with a special view towards relationship, silent practice, movement, dialogue, deep relaxation, and art. We will learn the cutting edge science behind mindfulness and the basic practices which can be used to help reduce stress, improve attention, create more emotional balance and well-being.
We will learn the basics of mindfulness, the cutting edge science behind it, and practice a variety of tools and exercises to get an experiential understanding of mindfulness. This contemplative session is designed to deepen the experience of art exploration by meditating and focusing on the suspension of judgment and creating an opportunity for art, artist, and self to be considered anew. We do not offer techniques for every challenging situation but a process-oriented approach through which you'll develop a way of being in the world that strengthens and supports how you communicate and work with youth.
We will present the state of meditation research so as to facilitate the findings being safely and efficiently translated into modern education, medicine, and social change. The walk will start at 10 am, and follow a three mile route to end at Against the Stream (1001a Colorado Blvd) in Santa Monica, where a potluck lunch will be served.
It will provide an unprecedented meeting of leading experts in research on compassion, altruism, social connection and service presenting their latest research findings.
For parents of humans heading into 6th or 7th grade, there's The Zone School - a new, private, low-tuition, "fun-driven" middle school that will be working with the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center. Activities may include martial arts, yoga, outdoor sports & games, drama, crafting, creating a comic book, neighborhood excursions and more. In March, 2012, Hay House published Congressman Ryan's book about the practice of mindfulness in both private and public life.
If we can find the balance between what we truly need and much of what we have come to want, we will equip ourselves to re-channel our energies away from unquestioning consumption and toward a creativity that better serves our own happiness and the common good.
Learn how to move through the new terrain of grief and discover the various resourc¬es that sustain us, as well as those inner places where we find strength, love and support surrounded by wide-open desert surroundings.
By bringing together noted experts in the field of mindfulness in these arenas, we hope to encourage an ever-growing dialogue and contribute to the greater goal of bettering the lives and futures of youth everywhere. If you're committed to mindful living, eager to learn more about its growing influence across all facets of society, or only beginning to discover the transformative power of mindfulness, sign up now to begin Creating a Mindful Society. Davidson, Janice Marturano, and US Congressman Tim Ryan-plus a rich program of dialogue and practice sessions. The hospital’s healing environment features natural light, increased green space and environmentally sensitive elements.
This addition tripled the capacity in the Emergency Department, included air ambulance services and consolidated pediatric services in Cottage Children’s Hospital, including a Pediatric Multi-Specialty Clinic. The project was detailed and fully coordinated in 3D CAD which allowed us to develop our prefabrication drawings reducing field labor costs. First up, students Cathilynn Luong and George Yang share their experience organizing the UCLA Farmers’ Market. We are looking for an awesome, fun and creative tutor with experience in Science, Math, Arts & Music to help implement a phenomenal home school program for two of our boys. I am still the hopeful romantic about my city, albeit now a warmer one with different flora, mountains, tastes and accents. By trade, she is a makeup artist, whose expertise in the field has been recognized by The Hollywood Reporter and has landed her as a regular contributor with both Nasty Gal and Refinery29. He is founder and Guiding Teacher emeritus of the Vallecitos Mountain Ranch and has practiced meditation for over 25 years. He is a meditation teacher at Spirit Rock Meditation Center and teaches regularly with Jack Kornfield and Sharon Salzberg in the vipassana (insight meditation) tradition.
Since then, she has taken teachings from many western teachers including Joseph Goldstein and Marcia Rose, as well as Tibetan teachers, Venerable Tsoknyi Rinpoche and Lama Zopa Rinpoche. She has also written the beloved Long Quiet Highway: Waking Up in America, a memoir about her Zen teacher. He is a cofounder of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts, where he is one of the resident guiding teachers. Since 1967 he has studied and practiced different forms of Buddhist meditation under eminent teachers from India, Burma and Tibet. InsightLA also provides compassion-based mindfulness education and trainings for Children’s Hospitals, the VA Hospital and other community service organizations. She has taught Insight meditation for over twenty-five years, teaches extensively throughout the United States, in Canada, Burma, and various locations around the world.
He has participated in more than four years of silent retreats, and once lived in a Trappist monastery for six months. In the past couple of years she has done month long self retreats both at home and at a remote cabin in the mountains. She lived for 5 years in an off the grid cabin near Pecos, where she was first introduced to meditation. He is a long-time student of mindfulness meditation and teaches internationally about mindfulness and psychotherapy and mind-body treatment. After over 30 years, she still has a passion for the film business and a familiarity of the sacrifices it requires.
He has practiced meditation for over twenty years in the Theravada and Tibetan Buddhist traditions, including many months of silent retreat.
She has been teaching mindfulness since 1993 and has brought mindful awareness into schools, hospitals, and nonprofits, as well as to health professionals, psychotherapists, adolescents, educators, and activists in the US and Asia. She has taught her own "Performance from Scratch" workshops at Art Attack Theater in Ashland, Oregon, The Los Feliz Playhouse, Actors Gymnasium, in Los Angeles, and at The University of LaVerne.
As white people who care about racial justice, we acknowledge that we have been shaped by a system of unearned privilege that leads to suffering for ourselves, our community, and the larger society. This unique retreat, for those who currently facilitate or plan to facilitate mindfulness, will offer an experiential understanding of mindfulness practice through retreat format as well as tools, exploration, guidance and support around facilitation. To balance all the ways in which life's distractions hijack our well-being, a growing cultural momentum offers a promising alternative-the cultivation of mindfulness, awareness, and compassion.
The training will honor the unique learning differences those with ADHD face as well as draw parallels to universal human struggles. We will explore ways to awaken our mind and heart so that we can learn to live a life of wisdom, compassion, inner peace and freedom.
How can individuals and organizations let go of ego and transform mindsets to evoke creativity, productivity and innovation?
This revolutionary book brings together many teaching stories that were hidden for centuries, unknown until this volume. You'll learn age-appropriate activities for children and teens that can be easily integrated into your routine at home, in the classroom, after-school, or in clinical practice.


Robert Bilder, who will discuss mental illness, brain functions involved in flow and creativity and to have Dr.
The conference will explore the origins and antecedents of compassion and compassionate action, how it can be measured, and how we can develop and foster it through interventions.
We'll also be training them in mindfulness skills to manage their inner worlds as they go from 12-14.
He writes in his introduction:If more citizens can reduce stress and increase performance - even if only by a little - they will be healthier and more resilient. Weaving the latest findings in neuroscience and the inner functions of the brain with the teachings of Buddhist psychology, Kornfield and Siegel will lay out practical and theoretical ways for professionals and meditators alike to use and employ these breakthroughs in their own lives and for those they work with. We also utilized 3D CAD to establish layout for our Trimble unit which uses x and y coordinates to designate sleeve and insert points.
Then, Diana Winston from the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center shares how to be more mindful of our surroundings. And I had no choice: The front door to the house does not open so I had to be okay with being a little uncomfortable.
Since graduating college, I've signed up for courses all over LA, from UCLA Extension's writing seminars (they're great!) to improv workshops at The Groundlings (good too!). He has been closely associated with Ajahn Sumedho for over 30 years, the senior Western disciple of Ajahn Chah, and has served as abbot of Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery in Chithurst, England. He trained with internationally renowned meditation teacher Jack Kornfield at the Spirit Rock Meditation Center. Coleman leads wilderness meditation retreats from Alaska to Peru and is author of Awake in the Wild: Mindfulness in Nature as a Path to Self-Discovery. Her essays on spiritual practice and daily life have been widely published in venues ranging from the New York Times to the Shambhala Sun. In 1989, together with several other teachers and students of insight meditation, he helped establish the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies. Trudy teaches around the country with Jack Kornfield, Wes Nisker and others, and worldwide. Michele has been a quiet pioneer having being the first woman to teach a formal retreat in Burma, side-by-side with a senior monastic figure, Sayadaw U Lakkhana, Abbot of Kyaswa Monastery. Susan has co-led retreats for psychotherapists with Bill for the past 10 years, and is currently on a 2-year silent meditation retreat.
Recently she completed the 2 ? year Community Dharma Leader training through Sprit Rock Meditation Center. Combine this with her twenty- five year Buddhist practice, varied and powerful wilderness experiences and you find the inspiration for this retreat.
Diana is also a member of the teacher’s council at Spirit Rock Meditation Center in California and the founder of the Buddhist Alliance for Social Engagement. How can those who identify as white engage with the vital issues of racial justice in our world? In this day-long retreat, you will learn about the science and research of mindfulness, its impact on neuroplasticity, and its many other health and life benefits. The long weekend will combine sitting and walking meditations, dharma talks and opportunities to meet with a teacher. In this edition of our Drucker Business Forum series we hear about a new model for creative and productive leaders, a model in which innovation is actually a complete mentality, not a business-led process. These stories are extraordinary expressions of freedom and fearlessness, relevant for men and women of any time or place. Participants are encouraged to use clinical experience as the source material for the narrative development and appreciative dialogues. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, the father of positive psychology and flow, as our keynote speaker.
Inner Kids first level of training consists of thirty-six hours of classroom instruction that is divided into two sections. It also integrates aerobic activity into the school day plus other research-proven learning techniques.
They will be better equipped to face the challenges of daily life, and to arrive at creative solutions to the challenges facing our nation.
This conference provides direct practical steps and trainings to transforming one's own brain and nervous system and liberates the mind's innate drive toward compassionate and loving relationships. He has taught mindfulness trainings for the Yale Law School, lawyers and judges, and many nonprofit organizations.
Bonnie hosts and helps organize the People of Color and Allies Sangha that meets weekly in Seattle.
He is currently developing The Forest Refuge, a new center for long-term meditation practice.
She co-founded and is the Guiding Teacher for the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy in Cambridge, MA. Having worked with a wide range of Asian and Western teachers, Michele is most inspired by her practice with Dipa Ma and Sayadaw U Pandita and more recently in Burma with the Mya Taung Sayadaw.
For many years she has taught the “Introduction to Meditation” class at the Santa Fe Vipassana Sangha where she chairs the Education Committee. Dyanna’s media experience as Director of Photography on hundreds of films, for clients in features, documentaries, and television garnered her the MUSE lifetime achievement award from New York Women in Film and Television, a Peabody, and five Emmy’s. Erin teaches mindfulness trainings in a variety of secular settings and has maintained a longtime bodywork and counseling private practice in Durango. Peter has completed the training as a Community Dharma Leader through Spirit Rock Meditation Center. In 2009 she presented the Artist Keynote address at the University of Oregon’s Earth Matters On Stage conference.Rosenthal created Soldier of Fortune, (1981) a limited edition artist book with photos by Daniel J. Her techniques were featured in the book "Acting For Young Actors—The Ultimate Guide" (2006). With great attention to the movement of our hearts, we will explore through meditation, dharma talks and guided conversations how we bring our practice to bear on this important dimension of our lives. You will practice mindfulness and meditation, gain the ability to cultivate what states and responses you pay attention to, and experience equanimity, joy, and compassion. An excellent opportunity for those new to retreat practice, and also ideal for experienced practitioners who wish to do a short retreat. In addition to researchers, other invited speakers include distinguished figures and academics in the world of compassion such as Thupten Jinpa Langri.
Drawing upon the rich wisdom of Buddhist practice and an innovative synthesis of over a dozen branches of contemporary science, Mindfulness, Healing and the Neurobiology of Love will provide a scientific and immediate understanding enabling us to heal trauma, develop our human capacities for love and establish healthy ways of being in our modern and fast changing world. Grove has had a distinguished career as an environmental lawyer and is co-founder of the Western Environmental Law Center, a nonprofit environmental law firm. Mushim was coeditor of Making the Invisible Visible: Healing Racism in Our Buddhist Communities. She appreciates teaching at many levels of practice and has enjoyed teaching three-month retreats for experienced students as well as developing meditation retreats for youth. Her approach to sharing the dharma is influenced by her experience as a student of the Diamond Approach by A.H. Diana spent a year as a Buddhist nun in Burma and has been practicing mindfulness meditation since 1989. Martinez, Nihon Journal (2002) a limited edition folio of prints and haiku-like observations of her time in Japan exhibited at Grand Central Art Station in Santa Ana California. And she was profiled in a book on inspirational women by Cathleen Rountree, “On Women Turning Thirty: Making Choices, Finding Meaning” (2000).
The content of this program is designed for healthcare practitioners from a variety of fields, with or without experience in meditation. He has been named six times to The Best Lawyers in America which lists the top 1% of the nation’s lawyers. She is former chair of the San Francisco Zen Center Board Committee on Diversity and Multiculturalism and she has served on the boards of San Francisco Zen Center and the Buddhist Peace Fellowship. Her style of teaching emphasizes helping individuals find entry points into stillness that are natural for them.
Cultural Affairs Department (1989-1998, 2000), NEA Solo Performer Fellow (1983, 1990, 1993, 1994), The NEA Touring and Presenting Grant (2000), NEA Interarts (1992), J.
She is a contributor to Hilda Guitierrez Baldoquin’s book, Dharma, Color and Culture: New Voices in Western Buddhism (Parallax), and has written for the turning wheel. Paul Getty Fellow (1990), five USIA travel grants (1987-1993), Art Matters (1988-1990), Foundation for Contemporary Performing Arts, Inc. She lives in Oakland, California with her family, and volunteers as a literacy teacher in the Oakland public high school her son attends.
Duran is an associate professor in the Schools of Social Work and Public Health at the University of Washington and is also the director of the Center for Indigenous Health Research.
Retired from the stage in 2000, Rosenthal resumed a long dormant career in visual art and is currently working in oil and watercolor.
In addition to her work in the visual arts, Rosenthal is Artistic Director of a new ensemble of performers who present evenings of Total Improvisation one weekend a month in her studio space, along with guest artists from the world of visual art and music.



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