Committed Practice Classes

resume in January–New Members Welcome
The committed practice groups are an opportunity to bring the practice of insight meditation into all aspects of daily life. It is for those with several months’ experience with the practice of meditation. Participants register and commit to regular attendance of the meetings. 
With the beginning of the semester, this a a good time for new students to join one of the groups.
Requirements: The committed practice groups require one of the following: either a) completion of the Introduction to Meditation Class and the Intermediate Meditation class; or b) three months of regular, preferably daily meditation practice, and a working knowledge of Buddhist concepts. It also implies your intention to practice daily, do the homework, and share your practice in class to the extent that you feel comfortable.
Cost: Committed Practice Groups are offered on a dana 
(voluntary donation) basis.
Monday Morning Group meets 8:00 am-9:30 am with Beth Shoyer and Joe McCormack, and resumes January 22. 
We are using the book Emptiness: A Practical Guide for Meditators by Guy Armstrong. 
For more information, please Contact Joe McCormack at or Beth Shoyer at
Thursday Evening Group meets 7:00 pm-8:30 pm with Terry Furstenau and Armine Alioto, and resumes January 25. 
We will be using the book The Things You Can See Only If You Slow Down: How To Be Calm and Mindful in A Fast Paced World by Haemin Sunim.
For more information about the Thursday Evening Group: Please contact Armine Alioto at
Cost: Committed Practice Groups are offered on a dana (voluntary donation) basis.


Held in a climate of loving-kindness and safety, Committed Practice groups

are designed to help us deepen our practice of meditation and learn to take the

benefits of the practice off the cushion into every part of our human lives.


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