Sponsored by Souhegan Insight Meditation
Thursdays March 29-April 26 2018
Have you always wanted to learn more about meditation? This 5-session course will cover the basics of Insight Meditation practice. There will be instruction in sitting and walking meditation, as well as discussion of the benefits of a regular practice. This course is suitable for those who are new to meditation, or who wish to jump-start and establish a more regular practice.
Cost: $95. Some scholarship available. Please inquire.
Location: Unitarian Universalist Church Milford, 20 Elm Street, Milford, NH. 2nd floor Anthony Room.
Meetings: Thursdays March 29-April 26, 2018, from 6:00-7:30 pm.
Registration: Contact Delia Kostner at (603) 801-6261, or email email@example.com You can secure your place by sending payment, made out to Souhegan Insight Meditation, to:
69 Route 101a
Amherst NH 03031.
Delia Kostner, Ph.D., founder of Souhegan Insight Meditation, has been a student of Buddhism for over 15 years, and has completed the year-long Intensive Study and Practice Program at the Barre Center for Buddhist Studies. Delia is a trained Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) teacher, and a certified Yoga instructor in the Sivananda tradition. She is a psychologist and psychoanalyst in private practice in Amherst, NH, for over 23 years. She has published chapters and lectures widely on the confluence of psychoanalysis, psychotherapy and Buddhism. Delia has lived in Southern NH for almost 30 years and is an avid hiker and outdoors person.
Judy Seelye has had a regular daily meditation practice for over 20 years and has found great value in attending meditation retreats. Meditation has become an integral part of her life, which has clearly helped, off the cushion, in dealing with the stresses and joys of life as they come. She is also a Reiki practitioner of many years, and volunteers at Monadnock Hospital’s Reiki Clinic. Judy is a retired nursery school teacher who has lived in New Hampshire for 35 years. She is married and has raised three children and four grandchildren. She enjoys walking, quilting, and gardening.