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Managing Stress The Buddhist Way
Saturday February 6th
One Day Online Workshop with Bhante Pemaratana
Saturday, February 6th - 1:00 - 4:00PM
Optional Meditation with Monk San 10 - 12 PM
Stress has become a part of our modern living. Yet, it doesn’t have to be in control of our life. We have the potential to rise above stress. In this three-hour workshop, you will learn from the scientific and Buddhist perspectives 1) what stress is, 2) how stress arises, 3) how to manage stress, 4) and how to prevent stress. You will also get hands-on experience on Buddhist meditative techniques to reduce stress.
Bhante Pemaratana, PhD is the chief abbot of Pittsburgh Buddhist Center. He was ordained and trained in Sri Lanka before coming to the US in 2008. He offers courses and workshops on Buddhist psychology and meditation. He is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania.
For Registration Information Call 941 323 8033 Cost $30.