Reset: Getting Back to Basics
A Half Day Retreat with Mary Stancavage
Saturday April 22, 2017
In our hurried lives we often don’t have or take the time to go on retreat or even keep up with our sitting practice. This half day offers an opportunity to reset and get back to our practice. Spending a few hours in sitting and walking practice will give you an opportunity to let go of distractions and give yourself the luxury of time to cultivate present time awareness. This half day is appropriate for all level of practitioner.
There will be a few spots open for a 10-minute private meeting with Mary. Sign up sheet will be available on the day.
COST: Sliding Scale: $25 – $60, plus an offering of dana to the teacher. Please pay at the highest level you can afford to support our programs and pay it forward for those who have less.
Scholarships and work-study are available. No is turned away for lack of funds.
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Mary Stancavage has practiced meditation, yoga, and cultivated a spiritual practice for over 30 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. In January 2016 she became Executive Director of the Mind Body Awareness Project. 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 boards of the Buddhist Insight Network and CLUE-LA. In addition, Mary has a Masters from UCLA, and worked as an archaeologist in the Middle East.