Katy Dion Coaching: Join the Jan. cohort of Mindfulness for Professionals

Services for Families
City: 
SF Bay Area
Ages: 
Adults

Do you spend your days taking care of our world? Do you like (or love) what you do--and is it also depleting?

This program is designed to help you access more energy, equanimity, and ease.

You may qualify to use professional development funds.

Cultivating Awareness for Resilience Everyday - a mindfulness group program for purpose-driven professionals 

The Opportunity

Cultivating Awareness for Resilience Everyday is an 8-session online mindfulness program for purpose-driven professionals, people who are taking care of our world and seeking a dedicated time and space to take care of themselves, to reduce their stress and enhance their resilience. Each session will include a guided or silent group meditation; a discussion of Buddhist teachings appropriate for Buddhist and non-Buddhist mindfulness practitioners; an opportunity to share our experience of practice and our responses to assigned readings; and practical approaches to developing and deepening a mindfulness practice. No prior experience with meditation or mindfulness is needed.

Details

The group will meet 8 Tuesdays 9-10:20AM PT, Jan. 10 - Feb. 28, 2023. To create a strong container for the program, the group will be capped at 6 participants; there are currently 2 spots remaining. The cost of the program is $685. Do you have access to professional development funds? If so, you are encouraged to explore whether your organization would support you to participate; many of Katy’s clients use professional development funds to work with her. The first cohort includes folks who serve as nonprofit leaders, social impact innovators, and others.

The Facilitator

Katy Dion an is a mindfulness-based life coach and facilitator, eco-chaplain, and the author of works of fiction and memoir. She was lay ordained by Tenshin Reb Anderson of San Francisco Zen Center in 2018. She has received training from the Sati Center for Buddhist Studies Ecochaplaincy program, Fierce Allies, The Healing and Reconciliation Institute, and Non-Violent Communication practitioners. She has participated in intensive Zen retreats at Beginner’s Mind Temple and Green Gulch Farm and lived as a student at Tassajara during summers. Her facilitation and coaching practice helps activists, artists, parents, and other changemakers integrate mindfulness into daily life, where she centers compassion for self and others and the role of justice and equity in our collective wellness.

Contact
Katy Dion
katy [at] katydion.com