Trauma, Mindfulness and Dharma

Trauma, Mindfulness and Dharma

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An Online Class Series with Louije Kim

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Trauma, Mindfulness and Dharma With Louije Kim An Online Class Series

*Mondays, June 27th, July 11th, July 18th & July 25th (No class on July 4th)

7:00 - 8:30PM PT (Time Zone Converter)

8:30 - 9PM PT Optional Q+A

*Each class builds on one another, please do your best to attend the entire series.

Mindfulness and meditation have been touted as powerful tools for healing trauma, so why does it sometimes feel so bad to meditate? With the amount of information about trauma available at our fingertips, it can be overwhelming to try to make sense of it all. This 4-part series aims to provide you with clear, relatable information about how trauma can look and feel and how it can show up in meditation. It will equip you with knowledge to make informed choices about how you engage in dharma practice, as well as teach you skills for gently inclining your mind, body and nervous system toward healing through mindfulness. This series is open to all, and is appropriate for people who have just started meditating or are considering going on their first silent retreats. It will also support those who are curious to learn basic information about trauma to support their engagement in personal therapy.

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100% of our programming is sliding scale and no one will ever be turned away for lack of funds. Thank you for the gifts of your generosity and for supporting the work of East Bay Meditation Center and our beloved teachers who have volunteered their time.

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Louije Kim, LMFT, is a San Francisco Bay Area based dharma practitioner, teacher and licensed psychotherapist. They have completed dharma study programs including Spirit Rock’s Dedicated Practitioners and Community Dharma Leader programs, and recently graduated from Spirit Rock’s four-year Teacher Training in 2020. Louije has taught in various dharma centers locally and across the U.S. Currently, they are a part of the Asian American Buddhist Working Group, a grant-funded project seeking to promote connections between Asian American sanghas. They have been working in community mental health settings for over a decade, providing therapy to communities that are impacted by collective, political and historical traumas.

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