Online Classes

  • Online Classes

  • Monday Afternoon Drop-In Meditation Group

    Join Us ONLINE via Zoom every Monday, 4:00 - 5:15pm Pacific Time... 
    (please arrive by 3:55 to help us begin on time)

    Insight (mindfulness) Meditation classes are for anyone interested in sitting with a group in supported silence. Instructions and guided meditations focus on developing awareness, compassion, and wisdom. Drawing on both Buddhist and secular mindfulness perspectives, each class includes a talk, silent meditation, and group discussion.

    Everyone is Welcome... both beginning and seasoned meditators. Come anytime! 
    Mondays 4:00-5:15pm Pacific Time

  • At Spirit Rock Meditation Center

    Wednesday Morning Drop-In class at Spirit Rock is for everyone! This class was started by Sylvia Boorstein nearly 30 years ago. About 15 years ago Donald Rothberg began teaching it as well, and now periodically Heidi teaches the class as well.
    The class includes sitting meditation, a dharma talk, and group discussion. It’s a lovely morning of community practice. 

    If you can't make it, you can listen to my talks anytime. Scroll down and enjoy!

    January 13 and January 27
    February 3 and February 10
    10am - Noon
    Join via Zoom

  • Qigong & Meditation: A Journey of the Heart with Heather Lear

    Join in supportive community to nourish yourself and reconnect with a sense of ease and wellbeing through candlelit meditation in stillness and motion. In this series, we’ll explore the gentle movement practice of qigong along with meditation as powerful parallel practices to sooth, open, and settle our bodies, minds, and hearts. 

    4 Wednesday Evenings
    February 3 - 24
    7:00 - 8:00pm PT
    Online via Zoom

    Each one-hour session will include periods of qigong, guided and silent meditation, heart practices, and Q&A. Open to and accessible for all levels of qigong and meditation experience. All are warmly welcome!

    $75 to $125
    Offering fees at the higher levels supports others to participate in Pacific Mindfulness programs. Thank you for your consideration!

    Feb 3rd, 2021
  • Everyday Life as Mindfulness Practice with Sylvia Boorstein & Heidi Bourne

    With a focus on interactive discussion, community building and current events, Sylvia Boorstein (via video recording) and Heidi Bourne (live via Zoom) will share practical, accessible tools to respond to, practice in, and live in these uncharted times with mindfulness, presence, and an open heart. Connect and be nurtured by the support of like-minded sangha, shared stories, and meaningful moments. Join us as we explore how to bring our practice more fully into everyday life and out into the world!

    Course material (included): 11 recorded video-based teachings with Sylvia on how to make your day-to-day experience a basis for mindfulness practice. Filmed at her home, Sylvia offers reflections, teachings, and instructions for everyday experiences such as drinking coffee, driving, preparing food and even walking your dog. Videos recorded in 2014.

    Feb 22nd, 2021
  • Toward a Life of Self-Acceptance & Compassion with Terry Bean

    The seeds of self-acceptance and compassion lie within each one of us. Through the practices of awareness and kindness, we have the opportunity to cultivate this deep inborn care that over time naturally increases our well-being and lessens our suffering.

    Over the course of 6-weeks, we’ll explore some of the fruitful aspects and challenges of our self-acceptance and compassion for ourselves and others.  With the guidance and tools to develop a deeper sense of emotional resilience and well-being, we have the opportunity to nurture the seeds of growth that lead to changes, small and large.

    Everyone is welcome. No prior meditation practice is necessary. A resource and reading list will be provided.

    6 Wednesday Evenings
    6:30 - 8:00pm PT
    March 3 - April 7, 2021
    Online via Zoom

    Mar 3rd, 2021

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