Why am I still thinking? Meditation Myths and How to Establish a Meaningful Practice- Saturday morning workshop
with Jil Amadio
February 16 / 10:00 AM - February 16 / 12:00 PM
Why am I still thinking? Meditation Myths and How to Establish a Meaningful Practice
Suitable for new and experienced meditators
In this workshop we will explore together what it means to meditate and demystify mindfulness. If you are new to meditation, we will help you establish a practice and if your already a practitioner, we will explore some surefire ways to get your practice on track.
Coffee’s on! Join us Saturday mornings 10:00am – 12:00pm
This workshop is one of an innovative new series offered twice a month on Saturday mornings with senior Shambhala teacher Shastri Jil Amadio. Jil will offer teachings, practical advice and inspiration to support you as you explore the richness and challenge of meditation practice
About Shastri Jil Amadio
Jil is a mindfulness educator providing training for both meditation teachers and students, leading workshops across business, education and health care sectors. Known for her warm heart and keen insight, she brings her extensive background as a meditation practitioner and trainer to the group experience.
Jil has been a practitioner of mindfulness-based disciplines since 1989 and has been bringing the transformative power of meditation to societal challenges for over 20 years. Appointed Shastri (senior teacher) by Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche in the Shambhala tradition, Jil is inspired by the authenticity of meditation to touch hearts, dissolve fear and open potential, amidst the daily difficulties we all encounter
This price reflects our commitment to keeping programs affordable. We are grateful for your contribution and we rely on fundraising and donations to cover the remaining program costs.
This price helps to cover costs for those that cannot afford the full price. Thanks to you we can continue to offer courses, retreats, meditation instruction and a warm, welcoming place for meditators to deepen their practice of meditation at our Open Houses twice a week