(July) Shambhala Training Level I: The Art of Being Human
with Elizabeth Reid
July 19 / 6:00 AM - July 21 / 1:00 PM
What recent students have said:
"Welcoming, non-dogmatic, respectful, non-pressuring."
"Touched a lot of issues I've been wrestling with."
"It's so good."
This introductory weekend intensive explores and deepens the basic technique of mindfulness meditation. By settling our minds we begin to see the magic of the world beyond our habitual filters. We experience the power and fulfillment of resting in the present.
In addition to meditation practice, each weekend includes talks by one or more of our senior instructors, one-on-one and group meditation instruction and discussions, and opportunities to socialize and make new friends with fellow participants.
You can register for just the Friday night public talk for only $20 for an introduction to Shambhala Training.
: Our generosity policy
supports individuals who need to "pay-what-you-can" due to financial hardship. Please contemplate how much you can offer and give more, less, or the suggested amount based on your individual circumstances. The tuition amount reflects our costs to offer the program. Our generosity policy supports individuals who need to "pay-what-you-can" due to financial hardship. To take advantage of our pay-what-you-can policy
, please contact us in advance at: (212) 675-6544 or email@example.com
. We do not accept pay-what-you-can at the door, so please pre-arrange. Thank you!
Elizabeth Reid is a senior teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition. She's a Director in the Way of Shambhala and Sacred Path weekend programs, having also devoted two years as a core member on the teaching team of the Weekly Dharma Gathering. With a background in theater and dance and an ongoing relationship with photography, she is endlessly intrigued by the interplay between meditation and the arts. For the last several years she has led contemplative photography workshops, which continue to reveal the power and inspiration of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche’s Dharma Art teachings. She has a private practice in NYC as an Alexander Technique Teacher.