Brett Ferrigan’s love affair with the path of warriorship and the Shambhala teachings began when taking refuge with Chögyam Trungpa in Bedford Springs, Pennsylvania. Since then, he has had the good fortune to serve as one of the founders of Palm Beach Shambhala, and as a teacher and a chaplain who shares the sanity and gentleness of meditation practice and how we can all learn to experience nowness with tenderness and humor. He enjoys teaching The Path of Warriorship, given to all of us by Chögyam Trungpa, as it offers the sacred opportunity to be a participant in the unfolding of our own and others’s confidence in working with fear, doubt and hesitation in an environment based on mutual respect and appreciation. In addition to the Path of Warriorship, Brett enjoys teaching Shambhala Art, MBSR (Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction) and yoga. Brett lives in Munich, Germany with his wife, Ditte. His passions include: amateur theatre, cooking, bicycling and simplicity. His livelihood includes producing stories about corporate social responsibility for Advancements, an educational television series, hosted by Ted Danson.