Pamela Cotton, PhD
Saturday, February 10, 9am – 4pm
Deepen your mindfulness practice with silence and loving-kindness practices during this day-long retreat. Set aside this special time for loving-kindness practices for others and for yourself, including self-compassion.
Join this extended practice day exploring longer periods of practice in the context of a supportive group setting. Both sitting and movement practices will be included. Most of the day retreatants will learn and practice in meditative silence, with some opportunities for questions, sharing and journaling. Participants may choose increased silence because all sharing is optional. This retreat is a wonderful follow up to Mindfulness Beginnings class, held in January. All practices will be guided, but some beginning level exposure to mindfulness meditation is a prerequisite.
$60; Early Bird $50 by January 26. Fee includes lunch.
Register here, at the center or by calling 502-614-5616. Retreat limit - 15 participants. Some partial scholarships are available.
Please note that intensive practice is more likely to bring up emotions. If you are in the midst of processing very strong emotions related to trauma, this may not be the appropriate class for you. Questions? Please feel welcomed to contact Pamela at 812-590-3177.
Pamela Cotton, Ph.D. is trained in clinical psychology and had a psychotherapy private practice for many years. She studied meditation in several traditions and incorporated mindfulness into her work with her clients. Pamela shifted focus from clinical practice to writing and coaching, integrating mindfulness with resilience development. She is the author of several books, including Mindful Resilience, Grief: Finding Peace, and Compassion in Leadership. Her coaching clients learn to integrate mindfulness into their lives and use current life challenges as opportunities for growth and personal transformation. Pamela is a Trained Teacher of Mindful Self-Compassion. She greatly values personal development and continues her own studies and mindfulness practice.