Tuesday, May 5
3:00 – 4:00 p.m.

During this one hour program we will explore improv games, mindfulness moments and laughter yoga games suited for video conferencing. Sometimes mindfulness is seen as the opposite of fun, but it can actually be a way of deepening the experience of pleasure.

Because of the high degree of interactivity, we need to be to see you and hear you and you will need to see and hear us in order for this to work well. So, we are going to ask that everyone has video on and audio working. If you are going to be participating with household members, please make sure it’s not more than two people per computer and that your screen is big enough so that everyone can see easily. Ages 18 and over please- while it is G rated fun, it requires adult attention spans. Limit 12 computer screens.

Phoenix SoleilAbout Phoenix Soleil
Phoenix is the current Race and Engaged Practice resident at Portland Dharma House and a teacher at Open Door Meditation Community. She has trained individuals groups all over the country in Nonviolent Communication, theater improv, and meditation, including the Kellogg Foundation and Google. She is a teacher and practitioner of the Insight Meditation tradition. She is also a teacher and practitioner of Nonviolent Communication (NVC), a form of compassionate communication that supports us in attuning to our feelings and values for more successful interactions. The most important ingredients in her trainings are fun, passion, and intimacy. She is also available for one-on-one coaching. Check out her website for more info and videos.
Please join us by registering below!
Registration is limited to 12 attendees