revolution from the inside out
Enrolling in a class is a three part process:
- Click on a class below
- Purchase the appropriate pass
- Register for the class
All offerings are listed in US Central time. When you click on an offering, you will see whether it is online via Zoom or on location (some classes offer both options). Scroll down to browse our recurring classes, workshops, seminars and retreats. Class passes make great gifts – just purchase the pass and email us the first/last name and email address of the person you’d like us to gift it to – we’ll do the rest.
Mask Wearing Policy
The research-based “herd immunity threshold” for COVID-19 through vaccination (60% of the population) has been exceeded in Johnson County, KS for adults 18 and older. Though masking is still required by our building manager in the common areas of our building, including our waiting room, masking is now optional in the Peace Pod. Of course, we encourage people who aren’t fully vaccinated to continue masking beyond this threshold to mitigate increased risk and we support continued masking indefinitely, according to personal needs and comfort levels. Our classes will continue to be offered both online and in-person so that folks can attend according to their comfort level and convenience.
- David Treleaven’s website offers tips and advice for making mindfulness safe and effective for
people who’ve experienced trauma
- Meditating in Safety is site dedicated to raising awareness of adverse effects in meditation, offering guidelines on recognizing problems, how to seek help, and how teachers/retreat leaders can provide appropriate first aid and give support to the students affected in this way
- Cheetah House is a non-profit organization that provides information and resources about meditation-related difficulties to meditators-in-distress and providers or teachers of meditation-based modalities
- Meditation Safety Toolbox – official curricula and implementation guidelines, informed consent, screening instruments from the UMASS, Oxford and Bangor mindfulness centers, as well as a folder of research and other resources updated monthly to stay current on new developments
- Lost in Oblivion – An Exploration of Adverse Meditation Experiences: A meditation teachers description and explanation of a number of adverse experiences and some suggestions on how to work with them
Visit our calendar to register for recurring classes. Starred classes in the table below are free to members. Instructions for purchasing passes are included in each class description.
Seminars, Workshops and Retreats
Click the class to read more about it and register: