This class is a great entry point for anyone who wants to learn how to meditate. Whether you’re battling anxiety, stress or depression, having a hard time focusing, seeking spiritual growth, or simply want to feel better and be more present, this class teaches the basics of establishing a mindfulness meditation practice that can have remarkable physical, psychological and spiritual benefits. You’ll learn how to quiet your mind, get your ego in check, and live a more fully present life.
If you’re feeling extra anxiety, uncertainty and distress these days, you’re not alone. Mindfulness meditation, however, can build your resilience capacity and has positive effects on anxiety, depression, focus, emotional intelligence, implicit bias, memory, creativity, listening, sleep quality and compassion for self and others. If you are seeking greater well-being for yourself and those around you, here is a place to start.
Regardless of whether you are new to the topic, or if you’ve already taken our first module on racial equity, this 10-week course will help you address racism by guiding you through the difficult but necessary conversation about our history of racism in the United States, that we might work toward true reconciliation and restoration.
In the midst of collective pain and grief about systemic injustice, climate crisis and the pandemic, how are you engaging with your inner and outer world? This four-week online course extends the invitation to deepen your exploration into how you want to meet the crises we face as a community, nation and world through the lens of an engaged mindfulness practice.
Would you like to deepen your meditation practice and use it to engage a hurting world? This 4-week course builds on the focus stability, window of tolerance, resilience and curiosity developed in the Basic Mindfulness for Stress Resilience (Koru Basic) course. It nurtures a crucial skillset for anyone interested in applying mindfulness in the modern world: how to take our practice emphasis off the meditation seat and into action.
This course is for you if you already have some mindfulness meditation experience but want to go deeper to explore and strengthen your practice, with guidance from a seasoned teacher and the supportive community of fellow students. The goal is to use meditation to awaken wisdom and insight that leads to inner freedom and overcoming suffering.
Would you like to become part of the solution to the racism in American society? This class uses mindfulness, compassion, and conversation practices as a way to help you understand the painful truths of racial oppression and work toward toward racial justice.
During this era of COVID-19, so many of us are finding solace by connecting to the natural world. Would you like to initiate or deepen your spiritual connection to nature? This class introduces you to mindfulness and spiritual ecology practices that explore how we can align our daily lives to the flow and wisdom of the natural world.