Lama Rod Owens- FREE TO ALL

The Dharma of Resilience
March 27-29, 2020

UPDATE: This event will be online and is open to all for free. Dana (donations) will be accepted.

Co-hosted with Esperanza Counseling and ConsultingH.E.A.R.T Collective, and Alyssa Pizarro 

Resiliency is such an important skill to develop right now. Resiliency is about how well we are able to meet the challenges of our lives with a sense of openness and curiosity that helps us to regain our balance. Balance means understanding how to return back to a sense of being grounded in order to meet challenges directly. One of the tools we use to get thrown off balance, we have the tools to come back into balance. Meditation is a critical method that helps to us to see and practice the strategies of deepening our resiliency. It helps us to experience what being in balance feels like and it helps us to understand how to make choices to return to that balance. In this program, Join Lama Rod in exploring the path of resiliency in our dharma practice.

Friday, March 27 from 6-9pm: Black, Indigenous, and  People of Color Caucus Event. This evening event is open to those who self-identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. 

SIGN UP FOR BIPOC CAUCUS EVENT HERE 

Saturday & Sunday, March 28 and 29: The Dharma of Resilience Practices and Teachings. This weekend event is open to all.
Saturday, March 28 from 9am-12pm and 2-5pm
Sunday, March 29 from 9am-12pm

SIGN UP FOR WEEKEND EVENT HERE

To offer dana (donations) please send payment to: 
PayPal: Laura@seedyogatherapy.com or
Venmo: Rainier Beach Yoga
Put Lama Rod in the subject line
Dana will support both Lama Rod and the cost of the event

About Lama Rod Owens: Lama Rod is considered one of the leaders of the next generation of Dharma teachers, Lama Rod Owens has a blend of formal Buddhist training and life experience that gives him a unique ability to understand, relate and engage with those around him in a way that’s spacious and sincere. His gentle, laid-back demeanor and willingness to bare his heart and soul makes others want to do the same. Even when seated in front of a room, he’s next to you, sharing his stories and struggles with an openness vulnerability and gentle humor that makes you genuinely feel good about who you are, with all your flaws and foibles, you’re lovable and deserving of happiness and joy. He invites you into the cross sections of his life as a Black, queer male, born and raised in the South, and heavily influenced by the church and its community.