“Each of you is perfect the way you are … and you can use a little improvement.”
Let’s be honest: people in helping professions aren’t very good at caring for themselves. If you are a helping professional who could do a better job of taking care of yourself, Zen meditation or zazen could be a great way to get back on track. Zazen is an easy practice to learn and incorporate into your life. When practiced regularly, zazen can help you to find a greater sense of balance and intentionality in your life. Want to learn more?
Join Andy Santanello, Psy.D. for the Zen Practice Group for Helping Professionals, Sunday mornings from 10a-11:30a. The group provides an introduction to zazen (seated meditation) and kinhin (walking meditation), with the aim of helping group members to establish a personal meditation and awareness practice. Group begins with a 25 minute period of zazen, followed by 10 minutes of kinhin, and another 25 minutes of zazen. After meditation practice, group members have an opportunity to share their experiences with each other and make practice commitments, if desired.
This group is offered free of charge, although donations are welcome (suggested donation is $10).
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