Sunday Sangha Drop-In Hybrid In-Person & Online Meditation Class

  • Meditation, Conversation, Community

    Sunday Sangha Drop-In Hybrid In-Person & Online Meditation Class

Apr 28th, 2024

Come together in-person or online for a delightful morning of Insight meditation, a dharma talk and conversation in community. We'll meet once or twice each month and everyone is welcome anytime. Please see upcoming dates below. Cushions, blankets and chairs are provided.

Sunday Mornings
10:30 to Noon

April 28 - hybrid
May 5 - 19 - hybrid 
No sangha in June - summer break

Registration is optional - just come!

Class Fees:
Sliding scale $10 - $25 
Your financial support is greatly appreciated and necessary to keep the dharma flowing.

To Offer Fees Online via this website:
Choose your rate under 'Register Here' in the right-hand column

Via Venmo: @Heidi-Bourne-1
PayPal: @pacificmindfulness

Movewell Arcata
901 8th Street in Arcata

Online via Zoom:
Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 884 2697 0194
Passcode: 926583

Heidi Bourne is a meditation teacher in the Insight Meditation tradition and is the founder and guiding teacher of Pacific Mindfulness. She has been teaching since 2005 offering classes, series courses, nature retreats, trauma-informed and resiliency-focused professional programs, and teaches regularly for Spirit Rock Meditation Center. She holds certification in mindfulness facilitation from UCLA, trauma resiliency from the Trauma Resource Institute, and is a member of the International Mindfulness Teachers Association. Heidi is especially interested in the integration of the common sense, accessible and timeless teachings of awareness, ethics, and compassion into the complexity of our everyday lives. She is known for her grounded, down-to-earth humor and presence. She has a background in nursing and has been a small business owner in Arcata, California for 35 years.

Photos: Unsplash, personal

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