The Mindful Lawyer – CPD Accredited by Law Society of Upper Canada 3.5 hrs Ethics and Mindfulness in the Practice of LawMay 11, 2018 – 1505 Carling Avenue, Ottawa K1Z 7L99am-3:30pmCourse Fee: $275.00 plus HSTLaw Society of Upper Canada: 3.5 hrs Accredited Continuing Professional DevelopmentIncludes all course materials. Lunch not included. Payment possible by credit card through on-line invoice.To receive invoice and secure your spot today, email registration contact. registration is complete…See More
A Mindful Society is an annual forum to explore the application of mindfulness in life.A Mindful Society began in 2014 as a conference where academics and industry professionals shared ideas that cultivate compassion and community through contemplative practices.Today, the conference is a knowledge-exchange hub – a premiere resource for mindfulness integration across the fields of education, healthcare, technology and more. A Mindful Society has grown to become the Canadian gateway into the…See More
November 20, 2017 at 6pm to December 11, 2017 at 8pm
SPECIAL EARLY BIRD available to Mindfulness Ottawa Network Members: register by Oct 27th receive 100$ off! This 4 session course will teach the integral skill of enhancing positive qualities. Starting with the first 4 of the 16 Guidelines, each practice helps to meet the challenges of specific suffering: Humility, Patience, Contentment, Delight.Whether it’s mindful parenting or infusing your relationships with intention and calm this 4 week special mindfulness course can change the way you…See More
What is your personal relationship to or connection with mindfulness?
I have been trained in Transformative Mindfulness and the 16 Guidelines, both of which have changed my life since 2007.
I began formal meditation through the Shambala Practices in Ottawa and Karme Choling in Vermont. Since 2004 I have practiced and gone done retreats in the Mahayana traditions and Shambala tradition.
As a national team athlete in Biathlon and Ultimate Frisbee, the synchronization of body and mind as well as visualization have been honed since the age of 12. I have also had a yoga practice since 1998, mostly focused on Ashtanga Yoga and the 5 Tibetan Yogas.
The "type" of mindfulness I use in my therapeutic work as well as teach to educators and therapist combines mindfulness modalities that are primarily focused in the body (Transformative Mindfulness) and in the world (16 Guidelines).
What is your professional work? As this is a mindfulness-based professional's network we require each member to disclose his or her profession (i.e. teacher, psychotherapist, MD, lawyer, etc.)
Psychotherapist registered through the Ontario College of Social Work
Mindfulness Trainer (train the trainer) for educators, therapists, families and mindful parenting.
Curriculum development for mindfulness in schools
Wilderness based therapist
Using mindfulness-based techniques in professional work