• December 2, 2017
  • 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • California Institute of Integral Studies
    1453 Mission Street
    San Francisco, CA 94103
Add to Calendar 12/02/2017 10:00 am 12/02/2017 5:00 pm America/Los_Angeles The Power of Mindfulness  The Power of Mindfulness, A Workshop with Shauna Shapiro California Institute of Integral Studies
1453 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
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Full Registration - $185
Members - $148
Early Bird (before 11/2) - $166.50


How do we change? Can we be more mindful of the changes we experience? In this daylong workshop, Shauna Shapiro draws on modern neuroscience and ancient wisdom to  demonstrate how mindfulness can help us make positive changes in our brains and our lives. Dr. Shapiro uses didactic lecture and guided experiential practice throughout the day. Join her for an exploration of the art and science of mindfulness and its power to affect change in our professional and personal lives. 

Shauna Shapiro, PhD, is a professor, author, and internationally recognized expert in mindfulness. With twenty years of meditation experience studying in Thailand, Nepal and in the West, Dr. Shapiro brings an embodied sense of mindfulness to her scientific work. She has published over 150 journal articles and chapters, and coauthored the critically acclaimed texts, The Art and Science of Mindfulness, and Mindful Discipline: A loving approach to setting limits and raising an emotionally intelligent child.

Dr. Shapiro is the recipient of the American Council of Learned Societies teaching award, acknowledging her outstanding contributions to graduate education, as well as a Contemplative Practice Fellow of the Mind and Life Institute, co-founded by the Dalai Lama. Dr. Shapiro has been invited to present her work to the King of Thailand, the Danish government, and the World Council for Psychotherapy in Beijing, China, as well as to Fortune 100 Companies including Cisco Systems, Genentech and Google. Her work has been featured in Wired magazine, USA Today, Shape, Dr. Oz, the Huffington Post, Yoga Journal, and the American Psychologist.

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