Just Enough Mindfulness, Mt. Eden Retreat, NJ (2017)
The Strength of Kindness, Insight Meditation Society, MA (2017)
Five Ways to Transform your Meditation Practice, Cambridge Insight Meditation Center, MA (2017)
Technology, Meditation & Relationship, Cambridge Insight Meditation Center, MA (2017)
Dharma Practice as Play, Sacramento BMG, CA (2017)
Compassion, Willingness & Courage, Insight Meditation Society, MA (2017)
Coming Close to Experience, Mt. Eden Retreat, NJ (2017)
No Problem Hindrances, Mt. Eden Retreat, NJ (2017)
Guided Mindfulness Meditation, Insight Meditation Society, MA (2017)
Guided Metta Meditation, Insight Meditation Society, MA (2015)
Establishing the Anchor, Mt. Eden Retreat, NJ (2017)
Arriving & Opening to Experience, Mt. Eden Retreat, NJ (2017)
Receiving Experience, Mt. Eden Retreat, NJ (2017)
The Poetry of Sound, Mt. Eden Retreat, NJ (2017)
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