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Live : Sunday Sangha – 12th December 2021

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Our 90-minute Sunday Sangha features renowned meditation teachers to give you in-depth guidance, dharma teachings, and live Q&A.

This session is led by David Treleaven.

Start Time: 11am PT (L.A.) / 2pm ET (N.Y.) / 7pm GMT (London) / 8pm CET (Paris)

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David Treleaven

Sunday Sangha – 12th December 2021

David Treleaven

Join us in global community, live every Sunday

Our 90-minute Sunday Sangha features renowned meditation teachers to give you in-depth guidance, dharma teachings, and live Q&A.

This session is led by David Treleaven.

Start Time: 11am PT (L.A.) / 2pm ET (N.Y.) / 7pm GMT (London) / 8pm CET (Paris)

If this is your first time, you need to create a one-time login to access the training.

If you are joining us live and the session window doesn’t load below, please click here to open the session.

Need help getting started? Follow our guide below.

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David Treleaven

David Treleaven

David Treleaven, PhD, is a writer, educator, and trauma professional working at the intersection of mindfulness and trauma. He is the author of the acclaimed book Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness: Practices for Safe and Transformative Healing, and focuses on offering mindfulness practices that support self-regulation and trauma recovery. His work has been adopted into multiple mindfulness teacher training programs around the world, and he’s taught at UCLA, Spirit Rock, UMass Medical School and South Africa’s Institute for Mindfulness.

David is normally based in the US or Canada.