Visiting Teacher: Tuere Sala

Date/Time
Date(s) - 09/07/2018
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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LOCATION CHANGE: This event will now be at the Unitarian Society of Germantown, Sullivan Chapel
6511 Lincoln Dr, Philadelphia, PA 19119

Dharma teacher, Tuere Sala hails from the Seattle Insight Meditation Society and will be at USG on Friday, September 7th. She will discuss the Three Jewels with an emphasis on the importance of the sangha during these troubling times.

Tuere believes that urban meditation is the foundation for today’s practitioner’s path to liberation.  She is inspired by bringing the Dharma to nontraditional places and is a strong advocate for practitioners living with high stress, past trauma and difficulties sitting still.  Her teachings reflect an approach to Dharma that is both easy to follow and understand – making it accessible to everyone.

Friday, September 7th, 6:00-8:00pm
Unitarian Society of Germantown
Sullivan Chapel

6511 Lincoln Dr, Philadelphia, PA 19119
Suggested dana/donation: $5-$15

Tuere Sala is a retired prosecuting attorney who has practiced Vipassana meditation for over 25 years.  She has been an active member and volunteer at Seattle Insight since 2001.  In 2009, she was appointed to be a Local Dharma Leader and has often supported SIMS in unconventional ways such as answering the many letters SIMS receives from practitioners in prison; offering beginning classes at Angeline Women’s shelter and Jubilee House, a women’s transitional house; and facilitating workshops using nonviolent communication (NVC) to support a mindfulness practice.

Tuere has completed extensive trainings including: the 2 Year Spirit Rock/IMS Community Dharma Leader Program; a 1 Year Focusing for Complex Trauma Course which incorporates mindfulness principles with somatic listening and a 1 Year Mindfulness-Based Mind Fitness Training Course (MMFT) which incorporates mindfulness principles within the high stress work environments of first responders.  She has sat 300+ days of meditation retreat (including residential, non-residential and day-longs) and has a long history of assisting others in establishing and maintaining a daily practice.