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We will be adding new groups in the near future, including our Deep Dharma, Mindful Women’s Group, and a Morning Meditation. Help us choose the right time by answering our quick survey below!
Meditate with an Online Community
We are excited to finally begin offering online classes and groups on meditation and mindfulness. We will start one group a week in August, then a second group in October. All are welcome, and absolutely no meditation experience is required.
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We currently meet on Wednesday evenings at 5:00pm Pacific Time. To register and join us, just enter your email above!
How it Works
Meetings will consist of a brief introduction, a guided meditation, a talk, and time for discussion and questions. We’ve designed our groups to offer pragmatic talks, guidance to support your practice, and time to connect with others and engage.
Our online groups and classes are offered on a donation basis. Please pay what you are able to help support the technology, setup, and teacher’s time. You will be able to register for an individual group, or sign up as a Monthly Supporter to get regular access to groups and help the online groups support themselves.
Meetings will be held on Zoom, which requires no login or information from you. You will have the opportunity to turn your camera on, ask questions, and participate if you wish. We’ve chosen Zoom as it is relatively easy, and all you will need to do is click a link on your phone, computer, or table to join. You can download the app for easier access. No technical knowledge needed!
Elizabeth is an Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in working with teens and young adults. She is currently in the SoundsTrue mindfulness training program with Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach. In addition to her work as a psychotherapist, Elizabeth leads meditation groups at One Mind Dharma, local addiction treatment centers, and yoga studios. She believes deeply in the power of meditation, mindfulness, and compassion to transform one’s experience and relieve everyday difficulties.
Matthew Sockolov received his empowerment as a Buddhist meditation teacher through Spirit Rock Meditation Center. He has a deep passion for the ancient teachings of the Buddha, and bringing them to our modern lives. He teaches frequently at the One Mind Dharma center, leads the Daily Guided Meditations, and has sat with teachers such as Ajahn Passano, Thanissaro Bhikkhu, Jack Kornfield, Sharon Salzberg, and Noah Levine.
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