Online Class Series

From Inspiration to Integration: Our Lives as Expressions of the Dharma

Sylvia Boorstein

Sylvia Boorstein

Heidi Bourne

Heidi Bourne

Affinity Group

Open to all

Sylvia Boorstein, PhD
Heidi Bourne

Heidi Bourne

Teacher

Heidi Bourne is a meditation teacher in the Insight Meditation tradition and is the founder and guiding teacher of Pacific Mindfulness. She has been teaching since 2005 offering classes, series courses, nature retreats, trauma-informed and resiliency-focused professional programs. Heidi is dedicated to the timeless teachings of awareness, ethics, and compassion.

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