Live : Sunday Sangha – 25th July 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 Nina La Rosa.

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

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Nina la Rosa

Sunday Sangha – 25th July 2021

Nina la Rosa

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 Nina La Rosa.

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

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Nina la Rosa

Nina la Rosa

Since 2007 Nina LaRosa has taught the “user-friendly but industrial strength” approach to mindfulness meditation developed by Buddhist teacher and scholar, Shinzen Young. Shinzen’s pragmatic and scientific approach helped Nina experience a freeing shift in her sense of self and the world and she became inspired to share mindfulness meditation as her life’s work.

In 2012, while working in clinical neuroscience research on mindfulness at University of Vermont, Nina founded a mindfulness meditation training and psychotherapy practice to support people in their meditation and mental health. She continues this work today and specializes in addressing chronic pain, traumatic brain injury, and spiritual emergence challenges. Her heart is most alive when assisting people through sticky spots on the meditative path. Making the dharma accessible and leveraging its potential for healing of systemic injustice also fuels her work.

Nina lives in Burlington, Vermont, and offers her services in-person at Stillpoint Center, Burlington and online. As a mother of two young children, she’s also found the crucible of parenting to be a great way to put mindfulness to the test!