A Healing Response: Cultivating Equanimity and Quiet Joy in the Midst of It All

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A Healing Response: Cultivating Equanimity and Quiet Joy in the Midst of It All

February 27 - February 28


UW HEALTH LOGOWebinar: With Guest Teachers Devon Hase and Devin Berry

Given ongoing racial distress, pandemic fatigue, political fear, and the uncertainty that characterizes life now, how do we cultivate a skillful response? Mindfulness and meditation practice help us tap into steadiness and even the quiet joy available in each moment of presence, which can unfold into many varieties of contentment and gladness, right in the midst of the ten thousand sorrows so present these days. The quality of equanimity, or balance of mind, helps us stay grounded in the truth of these joys and sorrows without bypassing or ignoring the many complexities of being human. Join us for a weekend of cultivating these beautiful qualities of the heart.

We want this retreat to be accessible for all. Spaces are being reserved for young adults (age 26 and under) and persons of color. Financial assistance is available. See the Reduced Price code listed below. For financial support beyond the Reduced Price, please contact us by email at: uwhealthmindful@uwhealth.org

This retreat is offered as part of the Mindfulness for All Project, and generously funded by the Kataly Foundation.


Reduced Price = $25, use coupon code DD25

All are welcome, no prior meditation experience is necessary.

Price: $50.00 (Standard charge)
Ages: 18 and up
Gender: Coed
Spaces: 50 openings remaining

Registration Dates: Standard registration opens: Jan 11, 2021
Internet registration opens: Jan 11, 2021


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