Mindfulness in Action
This class teaches you how to apply mindfulness to the things you do every day—working and playing, cooking and eating, planning and parenting. Whether you are interested in self-care, relaxation, or finding deeper meaning, you can start with bringing awareness to the ordinary activities that make up your life. The course is specially designed for those who want to try mindfulness, but don’t have the time, space, or peace to regularly sit in quiet meditation. Instead, we’ll focus on developing inner resources such as wide awareness, non-judgmental attitude, gentle concentration, and our capacity for caring.
Ignacio Ercole (they/them) is a psychologist, artist and mindfulness trainer. They have been trained as a psychodrama facilitator and contextual and mindfulness based therapy psychologist. They teach mindfulness programs for general audiences and for educators including mindful art classes and mindful eating sessions. Currently they are completing teacher training programs in Full Presence Mindfulness and Kum Nye Tibetan Yoga.
Morgan Wells (she/her) is a Buddhist practitioner who has been studying under Tibetan Lama Tarthang Tulku’s senior students since 2007. She completed the Nyingma Institute’s Path and Practices of Liberation program (1,200 hours) in 2010 and Four-Month Human Development Training Retreat (638-hours) in 2014. Her teaching has focused on Skillful Means, which emphasizes work as a path to liberation. Morgan is also an attorney and a full-time working mom of twin toddlers.