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It can be hard to practice mindfulness on your own. That's why we do it together.
Join a weekly group for ongoing support
Find true fellowship as you deepen your meditation practice.
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Parenting

Navigating teething, tantrums, teens, and beyond
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Stress & anxiety

Chronic stress and anxiety in daily life
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Relationships

Boundaries, conflict, communication, intimacy
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 Aging

Meeting it all mindfully and in community
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Grief & sorrow

Meeting grief and loss with tender support
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Everyday mindfulness

Integrating your practice in daily life
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The power of mindful groups
When people sharing common experiences meet regularly in small groups with skillful facilitators, real transformation happens.

Together, we learn.
We practice.
We share.
We meditate.
The benefits
Structure & Consistency
Meet regularly with your group to meditate, learn, share, get support, and grow closer as you navigate a topic together.
Connect With People Like You
The people in your group will be going through a similar experience as you. You have common ground and shared understanding.
Integrate Mindfulness Into Daily Life
These groups are designed to help you apply mindfulness in a practical way as you navigate whatever you’re experiencing.
Personal Support Each Week
Find relief knowing you have a regular anchor in your life to share what’s happening and explore how you can best meet it.
How it works
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Pick groups you relate to
Your membership allows you to join as many groups as you wish.
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Parents Unite

Navigating teething, tantrums, teens, and beyond
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Everything All At Once

Chronic stress and anxiety in daily life
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Relationship Realities

Boundaries, conflict, communication, intimacy
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 Aspects of Aging

Meeting it all mindfully and in community
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Sharing Sorrow

Meeting grief and loss with tender support
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Everyday Mindfulness

Integrating your practice in daily life
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NeuroDharma Group

Explore the seven practices of the highest happiness
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Meet online each week
Meditate, share, and connect around your topic with guidance from a facilitator.
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Connect with people like you to navigate life together
Lean into the regular support of your small group and notice how this nourishes you, meets your needs, and enables mindful responses to life.
When you join a group, you also get access to:
Drop-in Discussion Groups
Teacher-led groups based on monthly theme. Includes meditation and optional sharing.
Good for: Learning, refining your practice, building relationships.
Guided
1 hour
Daily
Drop-in Meditations
Group meditations in your local time, worldwide. Each session is teacher-led.
Good for: Structure, accountability, motivation, connection.
Guided
30 min
Daily
24/7 Meditation Hall
Two silent group meditation offerings. A quiet room to join at any time. And, scheduled silent meditations with a bell ringer to keep time.
Good for: Deepening your practice, staying regular, fostering discipline.
Choose to supplement your membership with:
Mentorship groups
Groups of around eight people committed to deepening their meditation practice, supporting each other, and growing together with the guidance of one teacher.
 1-on-1 sessions with expert teachers
(coming soon)
Receive personal guidance about your meditation practice, integrating mindfulness into your life, and (almost) anything else you can think to ask your teacher.
Meet a few of our skillful (and lovable) teachers and facilitators
La Sarmiento
(they/them)
A practitioner of Vipassana meditation since 1998, La is a graduate of Spirit Rock's Community Dharma Leader Training Program, an MMTCP mentor, a contributor to the Ten Percent Happier app, and teacher with the Insight Meditation Community of Washington.
Barbara Newell
(she/her)
Barbara spent 13 years in a monastery before touring as a nun with Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh who also authorized her as a teacher. She spent seven years as a mentor for The Power of Awareness course and was Tara Brach's editor and assistant for three years.
Nicole Jarosinski
(she/her)
Nicole emphasizes the importance of wisdom, integrity, and meditation throughout all aspects of life. A deep interest in early Buddhist texts and contemplative practices informs her personal path and mentorship to others.
Luis Gil
(he/him)
Luis is a meditation instructor with over a decade of experience sharing the practical applications of mindfulness as a vehicle to nurture personal and societal well being, in ways that are fun, engaging and attuned to our modern lives.
Yong Oh
(he/him)
Yong Oh teaches for the Durango Dharma Center and Sacred Mountain Sangha, and leads retreats at the Insight Meditation Society and Spirit Rock. He loves bringing the practice into nature, devotional expression, and supporting communities of color.
Anne Cushman
(she/her)
Anne Cushman is a writer, dharma and yoga teacher, and mother who integrates mindfulness, embodied meditation, and creative expression. Her books include the memoir The Mama Sutra and the novel Enlightenment for Idiots.
David Cabrera
(he/him)
David Cabrera is a musician, martial artist & certified Mindfulness Meditation Teacher who blends mindful movement practices into his teachings and meditations. David is of Afro Cuban Asian heritage and co-founded Nashville’s People of Color Sangha.
Sharon Shelton
(she/her)
Sharon is a Certified Mindfulness Teacher, IMTA member, and a Certified Life Coach for over 15 yrs. She offers teachings at the Triangle Insight Meditation Community in Durham, NC, and is a Founding Advisor and Mindfulness Teacher at Cloud Sangha.
Scot Walker
(he/him)
Scot focuses on developing mindfulness meditation and building healthy lifestyle practices. A deep interest in early Buddhist texts helps to inform Scot's personal practice and mentorship to others. Living. Loving. Practicing. Growing. Together. 🙏💞
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Pay what's right for you, and for the community, from $10 to $119.

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