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Commit to practice and embody the art of of self care. At the heart of mindfulness is compassion and awareness. Through the progressive stages of mindfulness, you will learn the skills of somatic grounding, mental focus and emotional resilience. In these difficult times, we need all of these compassion skills to live, love and thrive.

For 30 days, you will be guided in the core teachings of Vipassana meditation. The daily sessions will build sequentially through the practices of breath awareness, body awareness, somatic grounding, concentration  and the emotional resilience meditations of the Brahma Viharas.

Plus, for full registered participants, all session practices will be audio recorded. If you can not attend a session, the recording will be sent to you on that day so you can practice on your own.

Meditation – All it takes is showing up each day with curiosity, openness and kindness.

Schedule:

Day 1 – Saturday May 1st – Introductory session – 9 am to 10 am EST

Day 2 – 30 – Sunday, May 2nd to Sunday, May 30th – Daily guided group Zoom sessions
7:30 am to 8 am EST

Fees:

In pre-covid times, this course would have cost $400 plus taxes in person. In response to many students’ requests, I am offering this course at a drastically reduced rate to help and support others navigate these difficult times.

I am offering the course at three different fee rates.
Full registration for one participant $200 plus taxes = $229.95
Reduced one full fee participation for students, seniors and people financially strapped at this time. $150 plus taxes = $172.46
Registering with a friend (fee for two) $250 plus taxes = $287.44

Registration is required by April 28th by writing to me at allisonulan@gmail.com. Payment for the whole course is required in advance. Payments are made via an e-transfer to allisonulan@gmail.com. When you have registered and paid, you will receive a confirmation email with Zoom link. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at allisonulan@gmail.com.

Thank you and in Metta, Allison