at Hidden Springs Wellness Center
Friday, May 11, 7-9pm
Saturday, May 12, 10am - 4pm
Over a decade of research suggests that understanding our purpose in life contributes to well-being, resilience, ethical decision making, and a host of other positive outcomes. In this workshop Devon and Craig Hase will use mindfulness - the practice of bringing ourselves to the fullness of the present moment - to explore our deepest values. Together we will explore how understanding our vision of the good life can enhance our actions in the world and our sense of joy, purpose, and meaning.
- Learn essential mindfulness techniques and heart practices
- Develop skills to decrease emotional reactivity and burnout
- Practice mindful movement with yoga teacher Libby Edson of YoMind
- This workshop begins with a Friday evening teaching from 7-9pm that is open to the public and donation based. All profits will go to Ashland Supportive Housing. The teaching will explore the empirical support for mindfulness and introduce heart-based mindfulness practices.
"Thank you for a truly amazing weekend. I thought that the experience was incredibly well-designed. I love both of your voices and I am sure your words will often be with me when I engage in these practices."
-Dr. Katerine Bielaczyc, Professor of Education, Clark University
- The cost for the Saturday workshop is $99. Preregistration is requested.
- All those planning to attend Saturday are requested to also attend the Friday evening opening teaching.
- The student/La Clinica rate is $49
- 5 CEU's are available at no additional cost for licensed social workers, family therapists, and mental health counselors through the Oregon Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling.
- All are welcome, regardless of race, religion, gender identification, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, and class.
- Questions? Email: email@example.com
About Devon and Craig Hase
Devon and Craig have studied with some of the great meditation teachers of our time. They teach mindfulness at the UW-Madison Hospital and Clinics, the Center for Healthy Minds, and to physicians, psychotherapists, and other helping professionals in the United States and Europe.
Joseph Goldstein, the co-founder of Insight Meditation Society and author of acclaimed works on mindfulness, says of them, "Devon and Craig are deeply experienced practitioners, with a strong dedication to their own meditation journey. They have immersed themselves for many years in long intensive practice, and I highly recommend their mindfulness teaching."