Jill Satterfield is an international mindfulness and meditation teacher, named “one of the 4 leading (mindful movement) and Buddhist teachers in the country” by Lion’s Roar. Her integration of embodied mindfulness and meditation includes somatic practices and contemplative psychology. Teaching for over 35 years, Jill approaches her work with the intention of empowering people from all walks of life, backgrounds and dispositions.
Jill leads Trainings at UCLA’s Mindful Awareness Research Center, was a founding faculty member of Spirit Rock Meditation Center’s Mindful Yoga and Meditation Teacher Training and is a mentor for Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach’s Mindfulness Teacher Training. Student of Ajahn Amaro, Jill trained as a Buddhist Chaplain at the Sati Center for Buddhist Studies, is a contributing author to “Freeing the Body: Freeing the Mind” by Michael Stone, and is currently composing her own book.
Jill is based in Berkeley, California.