Buddhist Mindfulness Meditation:
With Kitty Costello & Baruch Golden
Saturday, February 11, 2017 from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
This daylong retreat is part of the five-week Beginning Mindfulness Meditation class starting on January 9, 2017. The cost for this one-day retreat is included as part of the class. However, if you are not taking the whole class, you may still attend this one-day retreat. This daylong is appropriate for all who wish to deepen their practice in a group context. People of all ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender identities are welcome.
Teacher Dana: The teachers are supported solely by your donations for their time and teachings (they do not receive any portion of the registration fee). Suggested donation is $25 to $100 for the daylong. This amount can be offered to the teacher by cash or check (payable to SF Insight).
What to Bring: Please bring your own lunch.
For Information: Call 415-994-5951.
Kitty Costello has practiced Insight Meditation since 2000, and has studied and taught Shaolin Ssu, a Mahayana Buddhist martial arts practice, since 1979. She teaches chi gung and tai chi, with special focus on emotional self-regulation and chronic pain. She is a psychotherapist in private practice in San Francisco and is currently a participant in Spirit Rock’s Community Dharma Leaders program.
Baruch Golden has been practicing Vipassana meditation since 1998. He completed the Community Dharma Leaders program through Spirit Rock Meditation Center and the Buddhist Chaplaincy Training Program at the Sati Center in Redw ood City. He teaches at East Bay Meditation Center and at sitting groups in the Bay Area.
Since we want our classes to be accessible to as many sangha members as possible, we offer our classes on a sliding scale registration fee basis. For those unable to afford the low end of the sliding scale, some limited income & scholarship slots are available (please call 415-994-5951 if the registration fee is an obstacle to your participation). • Please consider the highest level that you can donate in order to support those who have fewer resources.