Mary Stancavage Daylong
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Recommitting to Our Practice
A Daylong Retreat
with Mary Stancavage
Saturday January 11
9:30am – 4pm
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED – THERE IS STILL ROOM AVAILABLE – REGISTER IN PERSON
The end of the year can be a busy time and it’s easy to become distracted and disconnected from what’s important. This daylong retreat will be an opportunity to take some precious time for ourselves to reconnect to our practice and our intentions. We will create a container, held with lovingkindness, that will allow us sit simply with our breath and our body and let go of the frenzy that can take over so often.
The day will consist of sitting and walking meditation, dialogue, dharma talks, and an opportunity to set or recommit to an intention for the year. This day is suitable for all level of practitioners and meditation instructions will be given. Bring a lunch.
Cost: Sliding Scale of $40-$70 plus dana for the instructor. Please pay at the highest level you can afford to support our programs and those who have less.
$100 Plus Monthly Supporters attend for no cost. Please Click Here for more info on our Monthly Supporter program.
Some scholarships and work-study is available. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Mary Stancavage has practiced meditation, yoga, and cultivated a spiritual practice for over 25 years. She began studying with Noah Levine in 2005, and in 2009 completed his first teacher training program. She currently serves as Director of Against the Stream Buddhist Meditation Society. She has taught meditation at recovery centers in Los Angeles, has co-facilitated Year-to-Live groups since 2008, and has a weekly class at ATS. She completed the Buddhist Chaplaincy Program at the Sati Center and served as volunteer chaplain at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center. Mary sits on the board of the Buddhist Insight Network, and the Buddhist Recovery Network. In addition, Mary has a Masters from UCLA, and worked as an archaeologist in the Middle East.
This daylong will be held at 4300 Melrose Ave., Los Angeles, CA. Click HERE for info about the Melrose Center