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Welcome back Jason Murphy-Pedulla

August 2, 2016

We are happy to welcome back Jason Murphy-Pedulla this Thursday, August 4.

Jason has been trained as a dharma teacher by Noah Levine of the Against the Stream (Dharma Punx) and is empowered to teach by the Spirit Rock Teachers Counsel–an organization led by Jack Kornfield.

About Jason Murphy:

Jason Murphy-PedullaJason Murphy-Pedulla, M.A., has been practicing Vipassana meditation since 1994. He is a teacher and therapist who has been working with adults, families and youth for over 20 years. Jason has taught mindful awareness in a variety of settings throughout the United States. He has over 26 years experience in recovery, both personal and professional.

Jason has studied and trained with several prominent teachers in the Thai forest tradition of Ajahn Chah. Some of them are Ajahn Sumedho, Ajahn Passano and Amaro Bhikkhu. Other teachers and mentors include Gil Fronsdal, John Travis, Sylvia Boornstein and Jack Kornfield.

He has implemented MBSR (Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction) into educational systems, businesses and community organisations. He has taught at Spirit Rock Meditation Centre, iBme Retreats and with Against the Stream Meditation Society. Jason has sat long-term residential retreats in the U.S as well as in Asia.

Jason is empowered to teach by the Spirit Rock teachers counsel. He received his training with Noah Levine, M.A., author of Dharma Punx and Against the Stream, Spirit Rock teacher Mary Grace Orr, and Bob Stahl, PhD, guiding teacher at Insight Santa Cruz and author of Living With Your Heart Wide Open.

More information about Jason can be found at his website, Mindfulness Recovery Counseling.

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