Join us for an illuminating day of meditation, lecture and discussion about the Science of Enlightenment with American mindfulness teacher and neuroscience research consultant Shinzen Young.
July 8, 10am-4pm
$65 for the day, lunch provided
Register early to ensure a spot!
Scholarships available, contact our registrar Johanna for details.
Shinzen’s systematic approach to categorizing, adapting and teaching meditation, know as Unified Mindfulness, has resulted in collaborations and breakthrough research with Harvard Medical School and Carnegie-Mellon University in the bourgeoning field of contemplative neuroscience.
Shinzen is known for his interactive, algorithmic approach to mindfulness, and often uses mathematical metaphors to illustrate meditative phenomena. He is the author of The Science of Enlightenment: How Meditation Works, Natural Pain Relief and numerous audio offerings.
Shinzen leads residential retreats throughout North America. In 2006, he created the Home Practice Program. These phone-based mini-retreats are designed to make deep meditation practice accessible to anyone in the world regardless of their location, health situation, time or financial constraints.
As a powerful adjunct to psychotherapy, Shinzen’s innovative system has offered dramatic, positive effects on anxiety, panic disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and trauma in various clinical settings.
Registration is due by Tuesday July 4.
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