Meditation in Daily Life

Six-week Online Course

“Probably the most important question that people ask when they leave retreats is, ‘How do I carry this forward?’ This is the real place of practice.”
—Jack Kornfield

Learn how to bring mindfulness practice into your daily life in this unique online course with Oren. Registration includes lifetime access to all course materials, plus:

• Guidance from founding Insight Teachers
• Interactive, live Q&A with Course Leaders
• Mentoring for your practice
• Talks and guided meditations geared for integration
• Membership in our online community

Dates: Open year-round, enroll at any time


Nonviolent communication


How to Create Real Dialogue and Healthy Relationships

Six-Week Online Course

Our relationships are the source of some of our greatest joys and deepest pains in life. During this six-session online course, you'll learn the key principles and practices of Mindful Communication to strengthen your relationships and improve those that are challenging.

The skills in this class will help you transform your communication habits at the root level, bringing more clarity, ease and connection to your life. This course is appropriate for individuals, therapists, doctors, and other helping professionals. 


  • Get clear so you can discern what's needed in any situation
  • Stay balanced to navigate differences with skill and ease
  • Grow closer and deepen the intimacy in your life

Dates: Tuesdays, July 3 - August 7, 2018
Times: 12pm - 1:30pm PT
Cost: $325 early bird (before June 12), $408 after

10% Happier

Featured courses with Oren through the 10% Happier App.


How many times have you had an awkward chat with your boss? Or a stupid fight with your significant other? Learn how to strengthen relationships, navigate differences, and make conversations clearer, easier, and more effective. 

emotional agility

When it comes to emotions, we're presented with a basic choice: ignore them, act on them, or be in touch with them. Get practical tools for responding wisely to our emotions, instead of reacting blindly. 


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