Mindfulness is often described as an awareness and knowing the nature of the mind. During this 8 week course, we will explore integrating mindfulness practices into our everyday lives.
These teachings of mindfulness draw from the Buddha's ancient wisdom that he discovered through meditation to unveil the awakened mind free of chatter and obscuration.
No prior meditation experience required.
Open for all levels of practice.
Students Will Receive
- 8 pre-recorded video lectures
- 8 pre-recorded meditations
- Course Syllabus (PDF)
- Weekly Readings (PDF)
- 12 Hours of CE credit with Yoga Alliance (upon request)
- 1 Multiple Choice Quiz
- Weekly Notes & Handouts (PDF)
- Triyana Studies Certificate upon completion (PDF)
- Access to the enrolled course for 1 calendar year after course commencement
Cost// $99 one time payment
Mindfulness, Yoga and nature have played an important role throughout Kevan Gale’s life. Influenced at an early age, Kevan was first introduced to yoga by his Aunt and Uncle while they lived in the United States before moving to India where they created a 350-acre wildlife sanctuary.
As a US Trustee of SAI (Save Animal Initiative) Sanctuary, Kevan continues to work closely with his Aunt sharing both yoga and their love of nature. Kevan’s grandmother also played an important role in his life, imparting in him her Native American roots and respect for Mother Earth. This early introduction to the natural world led Kevan to pursue degrees in Environmental Sciences and later a career in environmental consulting that spanned 12 years.
Kevan had the good fortunate of meeting his current teacher Khenpo Lama Migmar, Harvard University Buddhist Chaplain, who he has studied with for over 15 years. He left consulting to fully dedicate his time to yoga, mindfulness and Buddhist teachings. He owns Fluid Yoga and Stil Studio in Dedham MA where he shares the path of yoga and mindfulness. Additionally, Kevan teaches mindfulness at Northeastern University where he is currently working in collaboration with Dr. Dudley to expand the host of offerings to mindfulness students.